Integration Architects' consultants have Fortune 500 experience across multiple private sector industry segments, including manufacturing, retail, financial, and insurance. Within the public sector, Integration Architects has significant experience working in:
- State & Local Government
- Criminal & Civil Justice
Please see our Case Studies for examples of successful Integration Architects engagements.
Integration can cut a wide swath through the business, involving strategic planning, legal, product management, operations, and information technology teams within your organization, and often those of your suppliers and customers as well. It's a complex equation with big rewards if you do it well and plenty of opportunities to stumble along the way.
To help you achieve your integration goals, Integration Architects maintains senior staff with real world business experience and core competencies in the following areas.
Click to view.
Software solutions require organization, communication and structure to balance conflicting needs, budgets and schedules. We offer expertise in strategic planning, product evaluation, feasibility studies and assessments to help you establish your direction. Once you've arrived at a target solution, we can help you chart a course for implementation. We have broad experience successfully managing projects and programs of all sizes.
Providing enterprise level solutions to integrate disparate business process and application systems is why Integration Architects was started. Success requires analysis, planning and architecture skills to balance short and long term business objectives with organizational and technical readiness.
Our developers engineer and implement standards based, quality solutions that are robust, scalable and meet the evolving needs of your organization. With Integration as a core competency, our developers have experience with a variety of tools, technologies and platforms.
Software development is still more art than science. While recognizing the "craft" aspects of software development, Integration Architects can help you climb the Capability Maturity Model. Quality solutions start with understanding strategic business goals and extend through implementation and support. Let us help you implement simple, repeatable processes to improve your software development and implementation processes.
The HITECH Act of 2009 further defines the compliance standards layed out in the Privacy Rule, establishing agency accountability guidelines including significant enforcement and civil penalty provisions. Public agencies that, prior to HITECH, may have designated large (or entire) portions of their operations as Covered Entities without regard to available exlusions or permitted data sharing provisions can find themselves exposed to much greater risk than is necessary. Integration Architects can provide domain expertise and a defined process to review and recommend strategies to "right-size" agency program designations. Integration Architects can also help agencies evaluate and implement HIPAA and jurisdictional government data practices provisions within agency business processes and application systems.