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  1. TSC Technology Integration Presented by – Steve Calnek SDGC (2007)

  2. Our Agenda • Overview. • A quick discussion on integration overall. • Points of Integrations. • What integration options are available now! • Uncharted Waters. • Where do we go from here? (Open Discussion) SDGC (2007)

  3. The Value of Integration • Real time information access among systems. • Streamlines business processes and helps raise organizational efficiency. • Allows the use of emerging technologies. • Maintains information integrity across multiple systems. SDGC (2007)

  4. Integration Has A Cost! • For any integration task to succeed you need, • A good understanding of the business process. • Access to a team of internal and external participants. • A budget to pay for research, development, testing, implementation, training, support and upgrades as technology changes. SDGC (2007)

  5. TSC Facilitates • There are many points of integration in the existing core applications. • Making systems share information is a core competency at TSC. • TSC is making an effort to provide tool sets that allow you to have greater control over your information by facilitating access to it. SDGC (2007)

  6. TSC Integration Offerings • Core Integration. • atrieveONE • SharePoint iParts. • Data Warehouse. • Employee Information Extract. • Web Services Toolkit. SDGC (2007)

  7. Core Integration. • TSC’s core applications benefit from extensive cross integration. • Most organizations gain a greater work scope from staff due to the automated efficiencies that come from integration. • Rejuvenation or replacement initiatives become more difficult and expensive the more dependant you are on the core integration. SDGC (2007)

  8. atrieveONE SDGC (2007)

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  14. SharePoint iParts. SDGC (2007)

  15. Web Services Toolkit • Organizations want the ability to use and exchange information easily between applications. • The goal of this toolkit is to create web services that we can consume in new development for ourselves as well as offering controlled access by 3rd parties to our data. SDGC (2007)

  16. Data Warehouse SDGC (2007)

  17. Employee Information Extract • EIE has been available for some time. • It’s a schedulable data push from the HR system that includes employee information and employment status changes. • Its primary use is to provide a data dump that can be used as an import into Active Directory. SDGC (2007)

  18. Uncharted Waters! • Integration is an ever evolving process. • While not inexpensive there always is a way to justify the costs when the gain is well defined. • We are committed to continually exploring new ways to leverage the most out of existing and new technologies. SDGC (2007)

  19. Questions? Thanks for coming! SDGC (2007)