Enterprise Application Integration

Enterprise Application Integration refers to the plans, methods, and tools aimed at modernizing, consolidating, and coordinating the computer applications in an enterprise. More than just providing a framework, EAI helps to make the entire distributed system faster and more tightly coupled so that future enhancements like adding web services can be integrated with ease. One overall effect of adding an EAI framework to an enterprise system is the reduction in complexity of the entire company's IT infrastructure. In turn, the reduction in complexity enables an organization to improve their network's reliability, flexibility and scalability. All of these pieces combined into one enterprise solution gives any organization the ability to focus on improving business practices instead of worrying about infrastructure details pertaining to supporting new initiatives to capitalize on shifts in the market.

Sarisys's consultants are distributed throughout the globe. This allows for independence among vendors as well as industries. Leveraged research, vendor intelligence and process management can help your company form a strong partnership with Sarisys in order to accomplish any task with overwhelming success.

Whether your environment is single or multi-sourced, Sarisys's employees can help your company to manage a variety of challenges from managing providers to responding to industry shifts in a timely manner. Sarisys's expertise in the Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) space includes specialization on middleware products like SAP PI, IBM WESB, Oracle Fusion, TIBCO, WebMethods and MQSeries. Sarisys has also developed an optimized EAI Project methodology and product evaluation framework based on work experience with large Fortune 500 companies across industry domains and geographies.

Services offerings in Enterprise Application Integration provides the following:

  • Reduces systems/IT total cost of ownership
  • Maximizes investments in existing systems
  • Implements business change in underlying information technology systems
  • Provides global enterprise visibility of information and business processes
  • Extends supply chain visibility