Platform Integration

Platform integration connects disparate applications across multiple systems or platforms to distribute data from several sources. Data sources can be either cloud-based or on-premise systems.

As modern enterprises accumulate different applications to deliver solutions, the challenge to synchronise these systems has become more profound. Failure to realise this goal intensifies operational difficulties and inefficiencies within an organisation.

To avoid this predicament, modern tools exist to simplify what can be a complex challenge involving heterogeneous protocols and operating environments. These tools can be hybrid cloud solutions that bridge the two separate worlds of cloud and on premise. The scope and scale of tools ranges from Enterprise grade through to smaller systems for medium-sized businesses.

BAC Partners have been developing platform integration solutions for the past decade. These solution cover different applications and use cases such as CRM-Marketing, ERP-CRM, Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) for data warehousing.

We recognise and can support three predominant integration methods.



This method is also known as one-to-one integration. This method is used when a sender has to send a message to a single receiver. This method tends to be applied internally.

Enterprise Application Integation

Enterprise application integration (EAI) is a middleware technology facilitating the integration of applications. Web service integration, and service oriented architecture (SOA) form part of EAI.

Enterprise Service Bus

An enterprise service bus (ESB) is an integrated platform supporting interaction and communications for complex applications. An ESB is used to fulfil service-oriented architecture (SOA) requirements.
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