Integration is a more complex arrangement than interfacing. Disparate subsystems are unified, meaning that data, reporting and workflows are combined together and accessible from a single place. Integration is more about creating a strategy (for scalability and growth) and looking at the best way to architect your IT systems than it is simply making two systems ‘talk to each other’.
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