So it will all start making sense.
How do you connect existing and new systems in an efficient and correct way so that they work optimally together?
How do you tie everything together in such a way that it becomes a well-organized and extremely effective whole, from which you can generate the correct data as simply as possible? In many cases, data is nowadays collected in a data lake, an environment in which the data from different systems and sources come together. Of course it is important to ensure that the new data that you collect in your lake is well integrated with your existing systems. In addition, you must manage your lake well to prevent it from becoming a data swamp, in which all the carefully collected information slowly sinks into the mud and is no longer usable.
Our consultants are happy to help you unravel your current system landscape, analyze where new bridges have to be built and which knots need to be made.