System Integrations

Connecting technologies that run your marketing, sales & operations via scalable and reliable methods.

Integrating systems is not a luxury but a must-have. The true goal is unifying silos of information.

Icreon works with marketing, sales & operations leaders to interconnect digital systems in a robust way. Our systems integration practice enables businesses to connect a variety of first party, third party & commercial off-the-shelf technologies together.
Furthermore, because most system integrations today happen via web-services (and are relatively manageable) – we emphasise on scalability and security. This means three things: how to integrate systems that don’t downgrade performance or compromise on the user experience, how to integrate systems in a way that data can be abstracted and the work can be reused, and how the new eco-system increases your efficiency and allows your staff to work cohesively.

The future of platform integration. Data platforms constantly evolve. For the longest time, flat-files were our systems of records. Then came along ERPs and ledger based systems, only to be superceded by the CRM and its ecosystem. Today the buzzwords are BigData and InternetOfThings. The future of systems integration lies in being able to utilise applications and infrastructure virtually so that as the next wave of change come along, the effort to integrating into them is minimal.

Icreon's Systems Integration practice thinks about LONG-TERM

All our engineers think about the long-term goal of the system being integrated into a business. The nature of systems integration is about installing the platform with basic configuration to meet the licensing requirements set by SaaS product vendors. Icreon’s approach is evidently different.
During the initial phases of any initiative, we focus on only two goals: identifying how to best fill the existing digital gap, and identifying how best to connect with the existing digital ecosystem. This ensures that the requirements of the business mould the technology decision-making process, not the other way around.

System Integrations

Connecting technologies that run your marketing, sales & operations via scalable and reliable methods.

Integrating systems is not a luxury but a must-have. The true goal is unifying silos of information.

Icreon works with marketing, sales & operations leaders to interconnect digital systems in a robust way. Our systems integration practice enables businesses to connect a variety of first party, third party & commercial off-the-shelf technologies together.
Furthermore, because most system integrations today happen via web-services (and are relatively manageable) – we emphasise on scalability and security. This means three things: how to integrate systems that don’t downgrade performance or compromise on the user experience, how to integrate systems in a way that data can be abstracted and the work can be reused, and how the new eco-system increases your efficiency and allows your staff to work cohesively.

The future of platform integration Data platforms constantly evolve. For the longest time, flat-files were our systems of records. Then came along ERPs and ledger based systems, only to be superceded by the CRM and its ecosystem. Today the buzzwords are BigData and InternetOfThings. The future of systems integration lies in being able to utilise applications and infrastructure virtually so that as the next wave of change come along, the effort to integrating into them is minimal.

Icreon's Systems Integration practice thinks about LONG-TERM

All our engineers think about the long-term goal of the system being integrated into a business. The nature of systems integration is about installing the platform with basic configuration to meet the licensing requirements set by SaaS product vendors. Icreon’s approach is evidently different.
During the initial phases of any initiative, we focus on only two goals: identifying how to best fill the existing digital gap, and identifying how best to connect with the existing digital ecosystem. This ensures that the requirements of the business mould the technology decision-making process, not the other way around.

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