In the past, many businesses never had the opportunity to test their resiliency and continuity plans in real-world disaster scenarios. In 2020, COVID-19 changed all that—and companies everywhere were forced to put their plans into action with little warning.
Many enterprises found their systems and processes were simply not fit for a new world of lockdowns and remote working. In a 2021 survey of more than 2,000 global C-level executives, Deloitte found that 42% of businesses had to develop and adopt new technologies on the hop during the pandemic.
Whether the business needs a new collaboration platform, e-commerce engine, or analytics solution to overcome their challenges, connecting to existing systems is essential. A mature approach to enterprise integration can help achieve that goal quickly, cost-effectively, and with minimal business risk.