Moving business solutions to the cloud makes sense for many companies. After all, software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings can deliver greater speed, flexibility, and scalability than on-premises software. And vendors such as Microsoft are promoting this migration to the cloud with solutions such as the Dynamics 365 product line.
Cloud applications are not used in isolation though. You typically expect them to connect to your other critical business solutions. To avoid application data silos, application owners must find ways to integrate cloud apps, like Dynamics 365, with other systems. Only then can you share SaaS data among applications and gain full value.
But many cloud applications are not pre-integrated with other solutions. Developing the right application integration strategy can be complex and time-consuming.
It’s time for a new approach to application integration.