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How APIs Became Critical To Business

McKinsey recently identified the importance of defining an API Strategy for driving business growth. They found that, despite APIs being significant engine of business growth, most companies have not yet created a formal API strategy.

IntegrationWorks Operations Team

Meet the IntegrationWorks Operations Team

Operations has long been a firefight, since the inception of the NOC. In many cases and without appropriate guards in place, you are simply reacting to events as they occur, involving layers of humans to respond and resolve to varying degrees of success and quality.

bad integration and the cost to your business

Bad integration and the cost to your business

If IT is a cost centre in your organisation, this article is for you. Because in your world integration appears to cost you money. Technology, the people integrating, and the solutions all cost you money. By some this cost may be seen as a drag on the business.

IntegrationWorks opens new Sydney office

IntegrationWorks opens Sydney office and grows Australian team to 35 people.

IntegrationWorks, an Australian & New Zealand specialist enterprise integration consultancy has opened a Sydney office after a strong period of sustained growth in both client contracts and team headcount.

APIs - whether you like it or not.

APIs - Whether you like it or not...

We're all in control of our enterprise architectures, right? If we need a new technology capability, we have proven governance and management systems in place to procure or develop them. If we don't request things, they don't happen. And with that in mind, if we need an API we are equally set up to procure or develop it. If we don't request APIs, they don't happen.

How Agile ate SOA

How Agile ate SOA

Service Orientated Architecture (SOA) is a good idea. It has some great and enduring principles (e.g. loose coupling) and practices (e.g. service composition - still a rare skill today). SOA's intense focus on Architecture (big A) and service reuse were useful in days gone by but are rightfully questioned today. To delve deeper into that change let's first look at the past.