agile software development

About a month ago we started the Self-Service Approach topic with an article covering it from the perspective of application integration: What the latest self-service integration features for developers are, and what, in this light, companies should pay attention to when choosing an integration tool. This week I would like to revisit this topic, but as promised, from a different angle. …

application integration tools

Self-service approach is getting increasingly widely accepted in different IT areas. It is also quite a broad topic in itself, and we’ve already touched upon it in one of our recent articles on system integrators, namely The Impact of Digitization on Traditional System Integrators’ Business Model. In this blog post I would like to give it another perspective, namely from …

digital transformation means

Last week we published the first part of the article Digital Transformation Means Putting People First by Tallyfy. Tallyfy is a USA-based company that provides a powerful cloud app for tracking the status of repeatable processes with the help of checklists. Tallyfy is elastic.io’s customer and partner who uses  our integration technology to add the integration functionality to its product, …

technological change in business

Continuing the digital transformation topic, we’d like to share with you the article Digital Transformation Means Putting People First by Tallyfy. Tallyfy is a USA-based company that provides a powerful cloud app for tracking the status of repeatable processes with the help of checklists. Tallyfy is elastic.io’s customer and partner who uses  our integration technology to add the integration functionality …

Disruptive Business Models

Every other article on digital transformation holds startups like Uber or Airbnb up as an example how important it is for big companies to explore disruptive digital business models. But when it comes to real examples for successful exploration of such business models in the enterprise environment, the well of information suddenly gets on the verge of running dry. Since I find this topic …

system integration business

Traditionally, system integrators (SIs) had a very strong position in the software distribution/supply chain, with software vendors relying on them to sell their software products. SIs used to have a clear buyer persona (IT staff) and the technology they were very well familiar with. However, the massive wave of global digitization affected system integrators as well, posing some major challenges …

monolithic vs microservices

Today’s IT publications and discussions are full of such words as digital transformation, bimodal IT, continuous development and agility. It is hardly debatable that in this light, monolithic architectures and monolithic applications should become a thing of the past sooner or later –preferably, sooner, of course. And indeed, IT departments are encouraged to move away from their monoliths for a …

enterprise cloud adoption

Last month we published an article in which we presented the results of several recent surveys on the expected benefits and real outcomes of cloud adoption in companies. As you might remember, we even ran our own modest survey, having asked our clients and webpage visitors to share their experience with us. Now, finally, we also have a very beautiful infographic …

enterprise chatbots

Continuing the topic started last week, this week I would like to show you how these little lightweight programs called chatbots are taking their own place within organizations, doing no less than increasing employees productivity and streamlining business processes. From the “simple” consumer space to the enterprise Currently, chatbots are very popular in the consumer space. From the business perspective, …