Have you noticed a shift in your IT landscape over the past few years? You’re not alone: more and more organisations are replacing their monolithic systems with hybrid data-focused models that incorporate cloud, innovative technologies and more. This creates an increasingly complex environment, making it a challenge to choose the best integration tools. Today, we take you through the key technologies in 2020, as determined by Gartner, for which integration is crucial.
Hyperautomation is the application of advanced technologies like AI, RPA and machine learning (ML) to automate processes and improve them. The goal is to increase the efficiency of end-to-end business processes and save time beyond what is possible with traditional automation.
By implementing these advanced technologies, companies can create connected digital experiences for their customers, rely on digital interaction as the norm for collaboration and even stimulate co-innovation with customers and other partners.
The key to hyperautomation that adds true value? Integration!
Democratisation of technology refers to the fact that technology is rapidly becoming more accessible to a broader audience. New, user-friendly technologies and improved user experience have empowered everyone in the company to take control over IT – and innovation. As a result, the process of innovation has experienced a shift: business is taking the lead over IT. Innovation now happens based on business requirements that are supported by IT.
To make that happen, good collaboration between business and IT is crucial – as is integration!
Distributed cloud is a cloud execution environment for applications that is – as the term implies – distributed across multiple sites and even providers. This enables you to pick and choose features and services to create a custom cloud solution that suits your needs. By not being limited to a single cloud provider, you stimulate innovation and reduce your dependency on the provider.
Distributed cloud only works by combining and interconnecting these applications so that they are managed as one integrated solution.
85% of companies use multiple cloud providers
Whether you’re looking for a way to make different technologies, business and IT or even multiple cloud solutions to work together, integration is always a must. That’s why SAP has developed a whole range of solutions to help you achieve truly modern integration that is:
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