5 Requirements for Future Proof System Integration Platform

By Stephan Romeder, General Manager Europe, at Magic Software Enterprises

The life science organizations around the world are driven by innovation and growth. From family owned businesses to large conglomerates, life science organizations have special requirements, including the need for maximum efficiency across the R&D cycle, strict quality assurance processes and regulatory compliance.

In order to accomplish this, companies must unite data and processes across diverse sources, including enterprise resource planning (ERP), product life cycle management (PLM), financial and legacy systems and more. In addition, this information needs to be easily shared with internal and external stakeholders, including suppliers, collaborating organizations, and regulatory agencies.

By enabling the automation of business processes and synchronization of data across systems, application integration platforms breakdown barriers, facilitating operational efficiently and compliance with regulations. In addition, the interoperability of an application integration platform provides a standard method for handling the flow of data between applications and systems, making it easier for organizations to orchestrate processes across multiple systems. A good platform will include built-in functionality to ensure that the entire solution is robust, stable and scalable.

Here are five key requirements for a future-proof integration platform that can help meet the demands of life science organizations.

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