Drivers and Challenges of Enterprise Integration Revealed

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Click through for results from an enterprise integration survey conducted by Decision Management Solutions, on behalf of Talend

Talend, a global open source software leader, recently announced results of the integration survey it commissioned from professional services firm Decision Management Solutions, which showed that nearly 50 percent of organizations are taking a holistic – or global – approach to integration that covers data, application and process integration – three areas that have historically been viewed as separate challenges. The Talend survey polled 236 integration professionals worldwide to gain a better understanding of how far enterprises have evolved from this siloed approach, and to evaluate the drivers and challenges for enterprise integration.

 

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