Effective Data Integration: It’s in the Architecture

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BizLogicÂ?s Architecture can help put an end to the Tyranny of Applications while simultaneously support the rapid and cost-effective roll out of data integration projects.

One thing for sure these days is that the world has changed. IT budgets are under extreme cost pressure. This forces executives to find ways to make the business more affordable, while simultaneously ensuring that solutions are workable and credible. Exacerbating the situation even more is that most enterprises are embarking on costly data integration projects as a way to improve the business in the long run.

But one long-standing issue makes matters even worse for IT executives. We have chosen to call it, the “Tyranny of Applications.” These are the dozens and sometimes hundreds of custom and purchased applications that litter today’s business landscape. They require a never-ending stream of resources whether for vendor upgrades, changes in business logic, or evolving vendor-to-vendor relationships.

BizLogic’s Architecture can help put an end to the Tyranny of Applications while simultaneously support the rapid and cost-effective roll out of data integration projects.

Here’s How: Our BizLogic’s Enterprise Information Management (EIM) Server provides the following:

•    Single point of access to all content, applications and databases;

•    Enhancements to the data warehousing environment through data integration and meta-data strategies;

•    Global data access to radically improve data aggregation, data analysis, and reuse;

•    Decentralized information management activities;

•    Information for making key business decisions;

•    A flexible information base to support a changing business environment;

•    Simplifies processes, improves productivity and project scoping.

BizLogic’s architecture is able to integrate various pieces of information into a process. The information can then be accessed and utilized in context, without changing its original source. This approach hides the complexity of the data sources and yet permits the data to be accessible to both users and virtualized applications. Core components of our BizLogic architecture include a Process Manager, a Records Manager, and a Document Manager. A Virtual Index maintains and describes relationships, business processes, and information integration parameters.

BizLogic: Information Architecture aligned with the New Realities for Corp IT:

Affordable, Workable, and Credible.

For more information or to request a demo please contact:

Mr. Lou Nevola ( sales@flowlogic.com )

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