Integrating multiple point-to-point systems integration within a growing organisation to enhance connectivity between operational systems and databases can be overwhelming. This is where RBC’s expertise can save you time, money, and more than a few headaches.
Gone are the days of having to buy an all-encompassing ERP where each connected module adds to the obscenely expensive price tag, now we can simply pass data between fit-for-purpose applications that are often less expensive and can be substituted out when something better comes along without completely upturning the whole organisation. There are several ways that this can be done; flat file (XML or CSV) being more common in legacy systems and APIs becoming the new norm. Now everything can be separate but connected. You can have flexibility and control over your systems (instead of them having control over you), without having to spend enormous amounts of time keeping them in synch.
Integrating your systems via document automation not only leverages your existing systems, applications, services, and software to create a robust solution, but it does so regardless of your current architecture. Within such an environment, you can easily scale, adjust and grow your core business systems as your business changes and expands.
The effect of a fully integrated document automation strategy can be seen in the following areas: