Adaptive Systems has extensive experience seamlessly accelerating B2B information flows to provide enterprise-level efficiency, responsiveness, and agility. Integrations reduce errors, improve responsiveness, empower people with tools and information, and offer convenience and flexibility to improve employee, supplier and customer loyalty. Find out how Adaptive Systems can help you ensure that your software is working for you, and not the other way around.
Some examples of integrations Adaptive has performed are:
Electronic Document Signature workflows
Quickbooks, Microsoft Dynamics, other ERP and CRM synchronization of customers, documents, and business transactions.
Point-of-Sale to Payroll integration of time clock and/or timesheets
Employee Master Data synchronization between POS, HR, Scheduling, Security, and other Line-of-Business systems, whether cloud-based or on-premise or with other trading partners
Automated employee clock-in/out to cloud-based work force systems upon employee login/logout.
Line-of-Business systems to Data Warehouse to BI/Analytics/Reporting
Line-of-Business, including legacy ERP systems to Customer Self-Service Web Portals
Creation of automated payment processing ACH batches
Custom external API to Custom internal Integration for unique B2B workflows
Online payments and recurring payment processing using PCI-compliant gateways and integrations
Using a variety of techonologies, from TCP and UDP messaging to SOAP/XML Web Services to RESTFUL Web APIs using JSON, and from flat files, excel spreadsheets, email messages to data-level integration using change-sets, change-tracking, or full export / import file or database table/query processing, we have built solutions ranging from very simple and straightforward, to very complex, high-performance, multi-system, multi-threaded data flows.
Integrations should provide these features and capabilities:
Flexible scheduling options
Automatic retries within certain parameters (e.g. exponential delays)
Choice of logging levels
Notifications / Alerts for various failure conditions or business rules
Event-driven or On-Demand triggers
Methods to identify additions, changes, deletions, and to map external to internal identifiers
Data cleansing, validation, and mapping between systems
Where practical, to resume/restart from the point of failure
Aware of and responsive to service throttling limitations.
Most importantly - integrations should empower the people who depend on them.