Business integration encompasses information architecture, data management and integration, application integration, database management, and all of the technologies that make those goals possible enterprise-wide. The end goal: a smoothly functioning information technology foundation for all business activities. Whether IT is dealing with a merger, legacy technologies, upgrades or new technologies that have been chosen to support the business' core functions, integration of technologies remains a priority.
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