Integration of Enterprise Applications Can Improve Employee Performance

by Alena SemeshkoOctober 12, 2008

A recent Aberdeen report found that companies struggle with a high proportion of nonproductive time. The report suggests that six hours per employee per week could be reclaimed for productive contribution.

Some of the strategies Aberdeen recommended to fight nonproductive time spendings included data integration across the enterprise, desktop-to-enterprise integration, adoption of web applications, etc.

I’d also say that prebuilt solutions, which automatically do half of the work for you, could help raise the productivity. If, on average, your integration project would take months and might lead to huge data losses, or simply fail, with prebuilt solutions you can avoid all that trouble.

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