Application Integration

To keep up with the fast pace of business and escalating customer demands, organizations must have the agility to respond quickly to change. However, doing so requires an enterprise architecture that allows information to flow seamlessly between departments and across geographies. That’s easier said than done in most companies, where information “silos” caused by legacy applications and a diverse IT architecture prevent smooth information flow.

Our Enterprise Integration practice provides a structured information processing and delivery framework that has helped leading global organizations break down information barriers across the enterprise. Our comprehensive suite of Enterprise Integration services delivers an end-to-end solution that addresses the four critical elements of business operations: business, people, process and IT.

Our Enterprise Application Integration solutions are designed to deliver measurable results and rapid ROI, and strike the right balance between business and IT needs.

Enterprise Architecture Assessments

As an organization, you want technology to connect people, processes, and information in a way that helps you efficiently fulfill your mission. We know that navigating the vast and ever-changing waters of technology architecture is no easy task, so when you’re planning for the future, Breakthrough can be your trusted advisor. We’ll help you get from here to there, with a sound strategy and long-term outlook.

Our holistic approach to assessing you enterprise architecture enables you to:

  • Develop and execute your technology road map and budget
  • Audit your current infrastructure
  • Assess your IT staff and resources
  • Plan to Integrate legacy systems
  • Develop realistic and comprehensive technology budgets
  • Create a streamlined collaboration and communication strategy
  • Develop enterprise-specific applications
  • Manage technology governance
  • Assess and integrate emerging technologies

Our experts take into account the unique demands and limitations of an organization’s infrastructure to create a strategy that improves productivity, increases service levels, enhances flexibility and reliability, and controls risks and costs.