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Don’t Waste Money on Pointless Integrations

Don't Waste Money on Pointless Integrations

Does this conversation sound familiar: “We need to integrate our Enterprise Everything Management system with our Latest Flavor System.” “That sounds interesting. How would you like them to integrate?” “You know. Together.” When I hear this, my head figuratively hits the table.

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How Open Architecture Drives Value for the Industrial IoT

How Open Architecture Drives Value for the Industrial IoT

There’s an ongoing debate about the benefits of open- versus closed-architecture systems for many applications in the industrial products world.

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Capturing Missed Connections in the Workplace

Capturing Missed Connections in the Workplace

Discussions of organizational siloes often turn to technological barriers and questions of integrating systems. But just as often, siloed thinking is part of the issue, too. Breaking down those walls requires developing “an adjacency mindset” — finding connections that aren’t obvious and uncovering new ones.

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An Open Marketing Ecosystem Keeps the Data Flowing

An Open Marketing Ecosystem Keeps the Data Flowing

The tech industry celebrated two significant anniversaries this past summer. August 9 was the 20th anniversary of the Netscape IPO. And on September 12, another watershed moment for the tech industry marked its 10th  anniversary, to slightly less fanfare — the launch of the Salesforce AppExchange.

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Manage Your APIs Right and You’ll Crack the Integration Challenge

Manage Your APIs Right and You'll Crack the Integration Challenge

The silo integration challenge has existed for decades, but the nature of the challenge and the means to address it continue to evolve to reflect the changing world around us.

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Connecting Disparate Data Sources to Your Customer Experience

Connecting Disparate Data Sources to Your Customer Experience

By now, you’ve no doubt heard that customer experience (CX) demands a high degree of personalization, and that achieving “deep personalization” in your CX requires data.  What you haven’t heard — until now — is much detail on what data to use for personalization and how

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