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Application Integration Assessment

Larger organisations are often held back by reliance on manual intervention or reconciliation of data.  Usually this is stored in different systems with a lack of effective application integration.  Now, with new data privacy regulations coming into force, there is even more pressure to ensure clear, efficient processes are in place to manage data.

Commitment

Less complex, more agile

Most organisations are overloaded with data, technology and software which is often distributed across regions, functions, and domains. Sharing data between systems can be complex, often bespoke, and nearly always fails to deliver the best operational outcome.

Peru is committed to optimising portfolios by assessing current applications and offering clear advice on automating integration and core processes, and leveraging API opportunities. This is supported by recommendations for robust service architectures designed to meet long-term requirements, while maintaining data integrity regardless of scale.

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Substance

Combining vision with reality

Every Peru Application Integration Assessment is based on a pragmatic and collaborative approach.  It's not about change for changes' sake, but examines legacy and strategic business applications and focuses on how integration might affect business outcomes, operating costs and risk exposure.

Using proven methods, every assessment takes into account the critical elements of managing master data across an application portfolio and offers pragmatic governance frameworks for integration services. This helps equip IT leaders and Board Directors to consider the best options for future application integration.

Outcomes

Reduce TCO and risk; increase ROI

A Peru Integration Assessment delivers a substantive current state assessment, as well as highlighting potential business wins and challenges. This includes detailing integration spend and quantifying the cost and business impact of making changes that deliver overall ROI.

The final assessment documents will clearly show:

  • The current cost of application integration
  • Where efficiencies can be made, including which applications to remove
  • Where to invest in integration to deliver optimum value
  • The most appropriate technology for integration and organisational needs
  • When to standardise and when to create custom integration
  • Where master data is held, who owns it and how reliable it is
  • Revenue opportunities from existing data
  • Introduction and management of best practice governance across the application portfolio and integration process

 

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