FINNISH COMPANIES’ VIEWS ON INTEGRATIONS IN 2022
During the autumn and winter of 2021, we conducted an interview survey of Finnish companies. The idea arose during our discussions with various companies. These discussions indicated that many companies tackled the same questions about development needs related to integrations and the management of business information integration architecture. We wanted to gain a comprehensive overall picture of the situation and share the information in an open manner for everyone to utilise.
In the summary report of the study, you’ll find the current state of integrations, common challenges and future aspirations. There’s also a brief review of integration trends in the international arena by our partner Jitterbit.
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main observations of the study:
- From the perspective of integrations, the management and quality of data have yet to reach a sufficient level in Finnish companies.
- For many companies, a skilled integration partner is a prerequisite for ensuring development because recruiting experts is challenging.
- The variety of integration technologies available to companies is extensive, ranging from conventional point-to-point solutions to modern integration platforms.
- Customer and business needs and large-scale ERP projects have a huge impact on how companies build new integration solutions and modernise old ones.
- Citizen development has yet to establish itself in integration development, even though Finnish companies believe this model to offer significant opportunities.
Table of contents of the study:
- Integrations in Finnish companies in 2022
- The significance of master data is recognised by Finnish companies
- Towards the management of the big picture: Guidelines and Data Governance
- The right expertise can be hard to find: ‘We rely on our partners’
- A combination of modern and old: ‘A huge change has taken place over the past year and a half’
- Customer wishes are emphasised in stakeholder needs
- Future prospects: Low- and no-code development has yet to establish itself
- Viewpoint: Integration trends in the international arena