Cloud integration is a system of tools and technologies that connects various applications, systems, repositories, and IT environments for the real-time exchange of data and processes. Once combined, the data and integrated cloud services can then be accessed by multiple devices over a network or via the internet.

Cloud integration has grown in popularity as the use of Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions continues to increase. It is revolutionized the way organizations approach integration and the age-old battle against data silos. Offers flexibility and scalability, cloud integration opened a world of new opportunities for organizations to connect disparate systems.

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Organizations will greatly be benefited from the ability to combine all of their cloud applications as well as on-premises systems. This practice gives companies comprehensive access and visibility into their data as well as improved functional connectivity.

Maintec’s Cloud integration will help organizations to break down the data silos and improve connectivity and visibility, and ultimately optimize business processes. It makes sharing data among cloud-based applications easy and to unify information components.

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Benefits of Maintec’s Cloud Integration Services -

  • Synchronized data and applications to improve their ability to operate effectively
  • Improved operational efficiency
  • Increased flexibility and scalability
  • Faster time-to-market
  • Better internal communication
  • Continous customer service, support, and retention
  • Increased competitive edge
  • Reduced operational costs
  • Increased ROI

Maintec offers

  • Data integration : Synchronization of data between repositories. It is a strictly data-related connection

  • Application integration services : Application integration services – Connects various applications and arranges continued functionality and interoperability.

  • Businesses have the option of building their integration solutions or using a third-party provider to create cloud integrations. However, as the number of applications increases and cloud integrations prove to become more complex, it is less scalable to build specialized in-house integrations.