Why a traditional iPaaS is not enough (according to R "Ray" Wang)
In a world of AI, digital transformation, and cyber security, today’s iPaaS doesn’t cut it. Why? Information remains in silos, processes remain stuck in departments, and user experiences are manual. Keeping up with dozens to 100’s of integration points is expensive, hard to maintain, and brittle.
Companies often have to manage on-premises, multi-cloud, and legacy systems at the same time and deal with the modernization of point-to-point connections.
So what happens? Organizations have to cobble additional tools that add another level of complexity when they really should be focusing on reducing the number of tools and striving for simplicity. This legacy integration paradox is what’s keeping companies from succeeding.