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Simplify Workflows with asset management software integration

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Simplify Workflows with asset management software integration

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Make business workflows seamless, improve the overall asset management process, and help companies establish best practices around IT asset management with integration a new era asset software management solution – DIRIJOR to your business.

What is asset management integration?

An asset management integration is a software integration that connects other systems to an asset management platform. According to Gartner, software integration is “the process of enabling independently designed applications to work together.” Gartner describes such commonly required capabilities as:

  • Keeping separate copies of data in independently designed applications consistent
  • Orchestrating the integrated flow of multiple activities performed by disparate applications, and
  • Providing access to data and functionality from independently designed applications through what appears to be a single user interface or application service.

Software integration makes scalability possible; it brings multiple systems together into a unified system, therefore offering users enhanced capabilities. Companies may encounter the need for software integration in such circumstances as when they migrate from a legacy system to a new system or cloud-based data app or when they’re linking together multiple databases or applications, for example. The integration makes it possible to collect all of the company’s data from a single location.

Clearly, this bringing together of disparate systems increases functionality and eliminates silos, but it also helps modernize systems and processes. Additionally, software integrations provide these far-reaching benefits to the organizations that implement them:

Improved productivity

It stands to reason that when employees don’t have to toggle back and forth between disparate systems and tools, logging in and out as they go, they save time and eliminate hassle. Also, if they’re not having to continually log in and out of various systems, they don’t have to manage a multitude of passwords; nor do they have to bother the help desk with requests to retrieve or reset forgotten passwords.

Purpose-built solutions

In many cases, you may find that an all-in-one enterprise solution does a lot of what you need, but has some features that aren’t quite up to par. A solid integration with a purpose-built tool can help you create the fully realized system you want rather than settling for less.

Cost savings

Maintaining multiple systems means a bigger financial outlay. If there’s an issue anywhere in the communication chain, you’ve got to exhaust the time and effort to locate and address it. Software integrations simply represent a more efficient way to work – both from financial and employee productivity standpoints.

Improved data flow/migration

Imagine, if you will, trying to complete a sales transaction in which the flow of data isn’t completed end to end in a single transaction. Instead, you enter the order using one tool and then process the actual invoice using a different tool. You’re not only spending an inordinate amount of time going back and forth between systems, you’re also potentially inviting mistakes and/or an information disconnect at some point in the sales transaction. From a longer-term perspective, if you’re attempting to analyze data captured over a period of time, that analysis becomes difficult when data is coming to you in multiple formats. Some data may overlap or duplicate. Any insights you attempt to glean from that data may be incorrect. Software integration joins together these previously separate processes into a single, end-to-end flow of information for improved efficiency and accuracy. Data analysis is not only more accurate, but far easier to conduct when users can access it from one place, and users don’t need to familiarize themselves with multiple systems anymore – just one.

Transparency

Removing traditional data silos in lieu of a unified system can provide better visibility and richer insights.

Better security

This is a biggie. Consider the risk involved when users are logging in and out of multiple systems; that leaves your network more vulnerable to cyber thieves and other hackers. A single login can reduce that risk considerably. However, sharing data between different systems can also put your organization at risk for a breach. Therefore, before selecting any software integration solution, you’ll want to ensure that it has the necessary protections in place so your data isn’t compromised.