Reaching the goal of integrations – simplicity

The footprint of any process often extends outside the footprint of a single application. When multiple disconnected systems contain related information, they can quickly become out of sync with each other.  When this happens, it is very difficult to know which information is correct and employees have to spend time manually double-checking different systems and manually updating outdated information.  This slows down your processes and leaves the door open for errors and inaccurate decisions down the line.

One of the best and easiest ways to make sure processes run smoothly at any organization is to have systems and solutions that are all directly connected, with a real-time guaranteed data exchange. When your applications communicate with each other, information stays up-to-date and process mishaps become few and far between.

Listen below as Robert Krause, senior manager of solution architects at Hyland, creator of OnBase, describes how OnBase by Hyland easily integrates with any of your organization’s applications – without the need for expensive custom coding.

But simply connecting your organization’s systems and applications isn’t enough. A true ECM solution should also extend the capabilities of your existing investments, increasing their usefulness and lifespan. It needs to be able to be the first solution you can turn to for help with any business process challenges your organization faces.

Below, Kevin Palmer, CIO of Columbia College, explains how the diverse toolset of OnBase makes it the first and foremost place they turn to when looking to integrate, automate and simplify processes.

To learn more about ECM and OnBase from the people who use it every day, visit the stories section of our website.

Glenn Gibson

Glenn Gibson

Glenn Gibson is the Manager of Product Marketing at Hyland, creator of OnBase. With 13 years working in the IT industry, he’s collected several certifications over the years as a VMware Certified Professional, Citrix Certified Administrator and Microsoft Certified Professional. As a self-proclaimed “presentation junkie”, he is very passionate about everything that goes along with public speaking, and has picked up a few awards along the way too. A native of Scotland, his passions outside of work include all things Scottish; kilts, bagpipes, whisky, (real) football and is often heard beating a drum or two in his spare time.

1 Response

  1. Robert says:

    Simplicity is what made and makes Apple such a great company–they created a new platform that is not only highly technical but also very user-friendly, simple and easy-to-use software. That’s why Android is being sued left and right for copyright infringement: their software is simple, just like Apple’s.

    The story of simplicity and integration are intertwined. Great post.

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