Wiredin will Integrate your website with back-end systems has many benefits. These advantages range from improved data integrity across the organization, to real-time reporting, and greater employee optimization from removing manual data entry processes. Executing an integration can be a frustrating and expensive task if not planned correctly. Wiredin will help guide you through the planning process by discussing five key areas to identify up-front that will save you time and headaches down the road.
Custom integrations are often needed to help your business integrate your website, software, systems or platforms with each other, according to your unique needs and specifications. A good example is a custom integration between your website and your backend systems, such as your enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) functions.
Here are a few common examples of situations that might call for a custom integration:
- Do you need to connect an ancient ERP system that’s running on a 20-year-old server in the basement to a public form so users can submit support tickets easily via your website? Use a custom website integration.
- Do you have an Excel spreadsheet that’s been kicking around for years with all of your locations in it, and you want to throw those on a map, but not give up the ease of updating your list the way you’ve always done it? You need a custom website integration.
- Do you need to present data to your clients that’s buried in some obscure offline database? Add a custom integration.
An experienced Company like WiredIn, will sit down with the key stakeholders in your organization, review and document your current website architecture, and develop a solution to add the new functionality that you are looking for. This may involve using existing hooks and APIs (application program interfaces) in your current software solution, or finding a way to export data from your software into a more universal format.