System Integration is the process of integrating all the physical and virtual components of an organisation’s system. The physical components consist of the various machine systems, computer hardware, inventory, etc. The virtual components consists of data stored in databases, software and applications. The process pf integrating all these components, so that act like a single system, is the main focus of system integration.










Growing organizations need to make rapid decisions about how to support their customers and employees. The technology choices you make today to support your unforeseen needs tomorrow, however, can create massive overhead that becomes difficult to operate and update in the long-term.
It’s common for organizations to use multiple software systems to handle certain tasks – whether it’s for managing finances, customer relationships, operations, or marketing functions. However, it’s also common for these systems to eventually overlap with each other, not integrate perfectly, and cause confusion amongst employees about which softwares are used when.

These scenarios are costly, both financially and from an efficiency standpoint. At IT Park, we have Consolidation strategies to help reduce the dependency on unnecessary technologies, and give you clear paths to simplifying your ecosystem. We build risk and cost models that identify the long-term gains from minimizing the number of systems your company uses to help you executing in ultimately reducing your software footprint.