Agile Enterprise Integration Software [AIS]

PAMELA SZABO | April 26, 2016

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This paper discusses ten key elements that can help you identify an AIS. Some of these points will be found in special purpose platforms such as standards-based B2B like EDI, limited scope integration around a particular endpoint like SAP, or SOA platforms. Remember, though, that we are looking for Enterprise level software that suits more than 90% of the integration needs of the enterprise, and allows it to keep up with and even outrun the youthful new competitors. You will find that all ten of these characteristics must be present and working together, in order to deliver the agility your organization needs to be competitive.

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