Digital Integration
The possibility of integrating heterogeneous and distributed systems with each other is essential to gain competitiveness and to communicate automatically with your production and commercial chain
  • • Digital Integration
  • • System Integration
  • • System Integrator
  • • Application Programming Interface
  • • Endpoint Interface
  • • Enterprise Service Bus
  • • Software Connector
  • • Industry 4.0

Digital Integration
Sharing data is an essential requirement for a modern company, but it represents a challenge that requires a business strategy based on applications and devices interconnected with each other and in a cloud or hybrid environment

The possibility of integrating heterogeneous and distributed systems with each other is indispensable in the era of Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0. Integration is collaboration and dialogue between machines, or rather, integration between software and services, internal or external to the organization.

Thanks to innovative applications integrated into a single well-structured software system, it is possible to interface isolated or separate systems with each other both within the company and at external customers or suppliers.

System integration can be seen as a communication software capable of facilitating collaboration between the resources operating in the company, but above all for external collaboration, with the various stakeholders who interact with the company itself.

This collaboration can be focused on a particular procedure or extend to the daily activities of the company, it can concern the processes and technologies adopted to follow the production cycle or the various processes connected to it, from warehouse to logistics, from sales to purchases.

These are just some of the integrations that can be made thanks to the implementation of a Digital Integration strategy that allows the various software present in the company, whereby software we mean not only the management software but above all the software present in the machines and systems, to share data and procedures.

Business integration includes technologies, processes, teams that connect data, applications, and devices that over time have transformed from a small group of point-to-point connections to a centralized model based on Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and, finally, to a modern distributed architecture with many endpoint interface (APIs).

It is therefore essential for an innovative company to have installations and systems that are also interconnected with the outside world to increase its efficiency and fully exploit the potential of its systems. To do this, every organization, whether it is a multinational or a small or medium-sized enterprise, must be supported and supported by a System Integrator, to effectively respond to the challenges of our time and accelerate the digital transformation process.

Application Programming Interface

APIs are a software interface that allows two systems or applications to communicate and exchange data (usually in XML or JSON format), most commonly using the Internet, without knowing how they are implemented. A typical example of communication via API are the smartphone apps that communicate with the respective central systems such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Weather, ...

Furthermore, the APIs are independent of the type of operating system or language and adapt to the type of syntax or platform used, offering great freedom and potential for dynamic data interchange and interoperability.

Application Connectors

Application connectors are elements that regulate how components interact. Usually, these are standard customized links for some common APIs (e.g., e-Commerce platforms), which are used to quickly integrate new services or processes.

Enterprise Service Bus

An Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is a software infrastructure that supports the communication between processes in complex architectures by providing coordination, security, messaging, routing, and transformation services, acting as the backbone of the application architecture.

System Integrator

The System Integrator is a specialized company that deals with the integrations of the system, which consists in making different and incompatible systems communicate with each other to create a single interconnected work environment, where all systems and services are coordinated and communicate with each other to optimize and monitor business processes.


Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 means industrial automation and the use of new technologies to increase productivity and improve work conditions

From the digitization of work to the profound renewal of the value chain, it is in this perspective that the way of working within companies is changing and leading to a regeneration of the organizational structures themselves, thanks also to the commitment of the Government which, with the various incentives made available, allows companies to have a strategic opportunity to be able to innovate and be the pioneers of technological progress.

When we talk about industry 4.0, we refer to a series of changes in production methods, in the use of data collection as a tool to create value, and in the relationship interaction between man and machine. Industry 4.0 represents a set of technologies that change the way of designing, manufacturing, and distributing any product all over the world.

Industry 4.0 or the fourth industrial revolution is of connectivity.

The goal is to create Smart Factories, using automated algorithms to monitor physical processes capable of allowing decentralized decisions, with the ability to self-manage any anomaly and process.

The business is constantly changing, and new models are emerging: companies on the market must be quick to recognize and react to these competitive challenges to take advantage of them, and "Industry 4.0" represents the springboard to allow companies to grow both in terms of turnover and competitiveness.

The 4th Revolution, the digital one, introduces the use of machines that are completely interconnected with each other, which communicate with each other up to the point of carrying out self-diagnostics and self-maintenance, thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT).

Each innovation leads to profound transformations, and there will be many changes in the world of work. Many new professions will arise, and many jobs will disappear. The areas that will have a central role will be that of information technology, engineering, and management, while there will be losses in the administrative and production areas. Two skills and competencies will have more and more importance: creativity and problem-solving.

For this reason, schools, universities, and training institutes play a leading role in this challenge because they have to train new professional figures with transversal and hybrid skills that cover multiple sectors, able to adapt to the new labor market.


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