• Business Integration Networking

    Advancing technologies in networking, cloud computing, social media, and mobile solutions, are opening more oppotunities for companies to connect, communicate, and collaborate with their external value chains. Electronic integration enables companies to engage, in detail, with customers, suppliers, banks, and other trading partners. Companies that partner effectively and securely can reduce costs, increase efficiency, improve visibility, adjust quickly to market changes, and reduce risk.

Businesses today cannot survive without some form of integration. Your success depends on how you reach your target audience and how effectively you interact with them. Partnering with your customers reduces overhead for both companies. This interaction is usually achieved through the use of custom software or middleware tools such as Altova or MuleSoft. Applications like these and others provide the tools to manipulate the data into the format standards required for data transport, data transformation, and routing. Data can then be integrated with XBRL tools, Web services development, chart creation, EDI mapping, in addition to core functionality for XML, SQL, and UML development. Mapping disparate databases and documents with one to many, EDI to XML, XML to EDI.
Architecting integration solutions is a complex task and should not be taken lightly. Unfortunately, there is no one size fits all or playbook for enterprise integration solutions. At
RSA we are vendor agnostic in our experience. Our real world expertise lies within the integration itself. We look beyond the vendors provide methodologies and best practices, which are very much geared towards the vendor-provided tool set, and analyze the bigger picture, including underlying guidelines, principles and industry best practices.

Our projects have included  integrating with Acumatica,SAP,SAP B1, Sage, Intuit, Infor, JDE, Royal 4, Davinci, Accellos, ADP, Epicor, PeopleSoft, Macola,Oracle, Dynamics, Navission and custom in-house systems for legacy or proprietary software written for a variety of standard and non-standard databases.