Intelligent CIO North America Issue 33 | Page 84

FINAL WORD transfer data to other applications or hinder the overall employee experience . integrating and supporting new ERPs , or bridging the gap between old on-premises ERPs .
Ed Macosky , Chief Innovation Officer , Boomi
CIOs face disruptions in their ERP modernization efforts
ERPs drive companies . Organizations use them to plan and oversee all of their resources , from money to people to materials . In times of uncertainty , ERPs and their data and insights are even more critical .
Though many CIOs are focusing on ERP modernization efforts , they need to reprioritize how they get there . Instead of finishing a laborious migration or starting to move to a whole new system , CIOs are looking at application integration .
With the innovations in integration platforms over the last few years , they ’ ve become a strong contender to improve the mileage of ERPs , whether that ’ s by
In fact , 94 % of organizations worldwide are using a composable ERP strategy , according to Boomi data . By using application integration , CIOs can improve employees ’ experience with their ERPs and help to improve the accuracy of the system without extensive infrastructure updates – among other benefits .
The business landscape changes more rapidly every day . To succeed in 2023 , CIOs will need to do the same . I foresee application integration technology – powered by low code – playing a key role in helping CIOs do so , enabling data to move at the speed of business . Time is money , and with limited resources in 2023 , CIOs can use easy-to-implement application integration to help overcome the skills shortage , maximize their cloud benefits , and move forward on ERP modernization . p
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