Wherever you find a solution there "existed" a problem
Businesses have many separate computer applications, manual systems
and customer or supplier systems which are disconnected, forcing
additional manual labor, error prone order fulfillment and a variety
of operational problems with serious customer impact.
Enterprises require more than simple integration to enable applications
to work together.
Organizations use a mixture of new and legacy applications,
a number of integration tools, several standards and protocols,
and a variety of business practices, and many companies want to
link them all together.
Enterprises always need more than is ever found in a single
The real problem, of course, is that there is no longer a single
product that can create an infrastructure into which applications
can fit, perform their allotted tasks, and meet the business objectives
of an enterprise.
What is aaramb's EAI initiative all about ?
The biggest problem we'd been able to identify in the enterprise
market, that of interoperability. We felt that if we could solve
it, we'd really have something--the original plans were literally
sketched out on a paper napkin.
Today enigma is capable of receiving data from any source and translating
that data to match any destination format. While application of
this technology is widespread, it is especially valuable to the
enterprise integration industry. This is because of the nature of
the business--a complex infrastructure of systems and back-office
and the giant number of players and the resulting large number of
proprietary data formats and applications.
Factor in the increasing number of company mergers we're seeing
today, and the problem is further multiplied. Historically, integration
projects have been undertaken only at a very high time and dollar
cost. Those days are over.
There are three key elements to successful enterprise system integration:
Connectivity, security, and interoperability. Connectivity is achieved
using the Internet and the standard TCP/IP protocol, which is now
ubiquitous. Security has also been successfully addressed thanks
to the "MIT guys". The final key element, interoperability,
has always been the most difficult obstacle to system communication.
Interoperability means more than simply connecting things. It means
that the receiving system must be able to understand the syntax
and semantics of the sending system down to the bit level. If there
is not complete agreement, the transaction between the two systems
will be lost.
Aaramb's EAI initiative
Providing a convergence / integrating solution for enterprises using
off-the-shelf-software-suites for business process automation
Addressing the inadequacies of ERP & CRM implementations to
fit an individual company's business processes.
Providing scalable technology to connect isolated areas of your
With corporate productivity increasingly dependent upon streamlining
cross-application synergies, integrating diverse systems help multiply
each application's usefulness.
Software tools to connect internet applications with the legacy
back office systems.
Link primary e-business services such as content management, personalization
and multi channel communications to transaction management services.
According to The Gartner Group, more than 80% of integration
within an enterprise is done with batch rather than real-time processes.
More than 50% of transactions between business partners are accomplished
via manual interaction - voice, fax, email, and paper.
The Integration Solution
Provide solutions integrates business processes and builds flexible
bridges between customers, suppliers, field representatives, strategic
partners, and employees. We connect web sites, customer service,
manufacturing, inventory and financial systems.
Provide the link between web front-end applications and the organization's
back-end legacy applications
Work with the company's existing enterprise application provider's
Provide an intra-system level of integration with external business