Modern people-centric organizations invest in critical integrations so they can use their ERP systems as a data hub but often lack the time or resources to work their way down the to-do list. Integration-as-a-service offers an opportunity to realize their ambitions of automation—and make time and cost savings as a result.
ERP systems have the potential to act as an organization’s data and transactional hub—but in my experience, this high level of integration is often just an ambition. As a result, I still see a lot of people exporting spreadsheets from one tool to another or using manual interfaces and rekeying data.
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Claus Jepsen is a technology expert who has been fascinated by the micro-computer revolution ever since he received a Tandy TRS model 1 at the age of 14. Since then, Claus has spent the last few decades developing and architecting software solutions, most recently at Unit4, where he is the CTO leading the ERP vendor’s focus on enabling the post-modern enterprise.
At Unit4, Claus is building cloud-based, super-scalable solutions and bringing innovative technologies such as AI, chatbots, and predictive analytics to ERP. Claus is a strong believer that having access to vast amounts of data allows us to construct better, non-invasive and pervasive solutions to improve our experiences, relieve us from tedious chores, and allow us to focus on what we as individuals really love doing.
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