According to Gartner, in just a few years, integration will be responsible for even more of the cost of new system implementations, increasing from 40 to 50 percent.
Why is this? Why, after more than a decade of adopting ERP systems that expose standard interfaces - and after the increasing adoption of Software as a Service (SaaS) -is integration still such a burden?
We believe the reasons have to do with inefficient integrations of new applications and systems. This paper sets out four common integration problems that are creating unnecessary costs and holding you back from realizing full value from your ERP efforts and your full potential as a company.