Shakespeare once wrote, “What’s in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Names are important; it is not just a matter of semantics. That is especially true of the types of integration an organization may need.
Are you confused about integration terminology? If so, it is likely because people use terms interchangeably when those terms actually refer to significantly different things. For instance, there are three types of integration: business, system, and data. While these terms are used interchangeably by some, they do not mean the same thing. Read on to learn what the differences are between these types of integration and why it matters.