Connect application silos.
Connect Application Silos
With Software AG’s application integration solution, you can connect business application silos faster. Unlock data and business logic in core systems for wider use across processes and applications. Share information in real-time across your enterprise.
Leading companies have proven the value of our solution to connect their application silos. Here’s how:
A retailer in North America integrated legacy apps, Siebel® CRM systems and a customer master data system. Now systems interoperate over 300 applications. Increased efficiencies across the order life cycle improve the customer experience and employee satisfaction.
A global diversified industrial firm with more than 50,000 employees at 100+ facilities consolidated five ERP systems and three CRM systems to streamline core order management processes. This helped reduce sales and administrative costs by 10 percent.
Reduce Integration Time & Costs
Decentralized, disparate and one-off integrations are expensive to maintain. Streamline and simplify interoperability among disparate applications—packaged, home grown and legacy—with Software AG’s application integration solution.
Integration is quick, easy and non-obtrusive. Very minimal or no coding is required. Additionally, there’s no need for expertise in the types of systems being integrated. That means you can leverage your current skill sets to maximize their investments in IBM, Oracle and other core systems.
Use a standardized integration approach and tooling across disparate applications and technologies acquired in mergers and acquisitions.
With our solution:
A global communications company replaced 250 point-to-point interfaces between SAP® ERP and other core systems with an integration backbone to reduce integration costs and reduce time spent on support by 60 percent.
A clothing retailer in Asia synchronized real-time data across multiple orders, shipments and Stock-Keeping Units (SKUs) that resided in a number of systems, including from Point-of-Sale (POS) systems and warehouse management inventory. This boosted IT productivity by 30 percent and accelerated the deployment of new applications and processes.