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Step 2

Integration Design

Target needs, test assumptions, maximize return on investment.

Illustration with an integration idea entering into a circular cycle, made up of prototype, test, refine and improve. Ready to implement exits the cycle.

The process of integration design is a series of prototyping and testing the desired automation and integration flows and set ups, before manipulating any code or changing any software backends. Why would us making both paper and digital prototypes of your planned software changes, then testing them with your employees be worthwhile? Great question! The short answer is it saves you money, saves you time, and is a key component to the short- and long-term success of the entire project.

Outcomes of Integration Design

  • Insure software changes lead to easily accessible data.

  • Increase employee buy-in and satisfaction, along with user compliance.

  • See exactly what your company is going to get before you get it. Take a test drive and make sure it fits!

  • Reduce needed employee training time post-implementation.

  • Create software workflows that are usable for even the technologically challenged.

  • Find and address hidden problems and issues, before going to development.

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