5 Ways to improve the effectiveness of your business with integrations

In today’s modern era, integrations come into the picture to meet the specific needs of users by connecting computer systems or applications. Currently, organizations use integrations mainly by introducing resources that allow them to add business value in a way that meets the company’s expectations.

The whole is greater than the sum of its parts

The beauty of the integration platform is that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. An integration platform is a solidary set of integrated software products that allows users to

(1) Develop, secure and control integration flows that connect multiple applications, systems, services, and data stores.

(2) Authorize rapid API creation and lifecycle management 

(3) It provides organizations with the integration tools they need to connect their systems, applications, and data across their environment.

How can integration improve the effectiveness of your business? 

  1. Increasing productivity:

The integration platform provides a wealth of tools, an integrated development environment, a deployment framework, software components, reusable components, and other services configured to speed up and simplify the entire application lifecycle. When all applications are interfacing with each other, you can eliminate delays caused by manually sharing between departments. This type of data flow allows all members of your company to approach files and know the status of projects within seconds.

Integration provides architectural patterns and development tools so that the platform is compatible with the entire cloud feature. It provides you with fully integrated security and monitoring features so that productivity is compromised.

  1. Cost Effectiveness:

Integration platforms eliminate the need to hire expensive developers to build code for customer integrations Moreover, they support low and zero-code approaches and reduce complex operations to point-click and drag-drop functions This makes it straightforward for less technical people to implement integration projects.

  1. Improved Decision-Making:

In this evolving business environment, decision-makers need to be able to react to changes immediately. Since integration can usually narrow the gap between business intelligence and data entry, companies can get real-time data about operations and make the most accurate decision possible. Because integration works through the cloud, it can also get data from multiple devices. This significantly reduces the time it takes to search for relevant details.

Numerous business executives depend on insights from various applications and systems to make decisions. They have moved from making decisions based on uncertain guesses to making decisions that promise to be reliable and have lasting business benefits. Business users can securely access vast amounts of data and turn it into error-free decision-making insights.

Integration platforms can make things more feasible. Such a solution can quickly access applicable data from a single source of truth. It engages automation in different data areas, including entry, collection, tracking, and analytics. Automation reduces reliance on human interaction and makes the overall management process more favorable.

  1. Multiple Working Environments:

Integration platforms are one of the fastest-growing segments of the enterprise software market with limitless deployment opportunities for businesses of all sizes.

Different data sources have different requirements, protocols, and business processes for data access and usage. This makes data synchronization across on-premises and cloud applications require an integrated platform as a service where you can pull in all applications from a single source. Professionals working in cloud environments can convert and integrate their data assets with ease without using any coding formats. Integration platforms streamline API management and enable business users to accelerate well-organized workflows. This feature can also improve the remote participation of business users covering an entire ecosystem.

  1. Low-Code Development:

One of the standard advantages of integration platforms is the low-code level. The platform has point-and-click and drag-and-drop capabilities that allow developers to visually map out integration and use prebuilt connectors. This provides great efficiency and accelerates the digital transformation of the business. This feature enables developers to resolve any kind of integration complexity between on-premises and cloud applications. Hence there are no coding languages involved, the actual visibility of the integration flow eliminates the time-consuming, text-based design phase of the integration projects. Therefore, integration is impressive with far less technical knowledge. Even a non-technical person can create an integration that can be tested and polished in rapid redundancy without difficulty.



  • Scalable integration
  • Hybrid integration capabilities
  • Data governance
  • Cost management


  • Streamline business operations.
  • Reduce costs.
  • Improve customer interactions.
  • End-to-end control and visibility


There are several business units in a company, such as sales, HR, customer service, finance, marketing etc.  In each of these groups, you need at least one or more applications to control the processes, so it’s actually a matter of controlling a huge number of applications.  If we do not make sure that these applications communicate with each other and share data, we are going to have to do our operations in a team or department.  

That is where an integration platform comes in.  It makes sure you have an ecosystem of applications that work together, not a bunch of applications doing their own thing.  

Interested in our integration services? Contact roeland.keppens@blents.be.