Integration

Your systems can work better together with a little help from us.

These days, it takes a lot of complex, distinct systems to connect a successful enterprise.

Sales, marketing, operations, manufacturing, finance, and HR each can have unique programs to help their departments run smoothly. To keep track of multiple inputs from each of these departments and keep your entire business in sync, you may need to integrate them together in a way that works for your company specifically.

Magenic helps integrate complex systems with unique requirements so that businesses can improve their operations – and we’ve been doing it well for years . Our expert teams work within our client’s organization so that they can advise on changes with the full context necessary to make the right choices for the business.

No matter what systems your business has already taken on, Magenic has the expertise to make them work more smoothly together. If you have a new application that doesn’t work with a crucial data source , we can help you strategize a solution. If your departments use competing enterprise software that need to get along, we can work with you to make them work in harmony. In short, if a systems integration issue is holding back your business, Magenic can help you do what’s right to keep moving forward.

Cloud Integration

When facing issues related to major infrastructure changes, a common question is how to decide about integrating cloud computing. There are many advantages but there are also restrictions and limitations that may prohibit such a change. Magenic has implemented cloud solutions for businesses with storage and speed concerns while helping ease the burden of systems maintenance and the legal aspects of personal data management. Ready to get started?

The history of digital technology is marked by several major shifts in how people, businesses, and computers interact. Even businesses that seemingly have nothing to do with technology find themselves needing information to transfer across boundaries previously thought to be impractical to bridge.

Greg Frankenfield & Paul Fridman, Co-Founders of Magenic

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Cloud Integrations

When facing issues related to major infrastructure changes, a common question is how to decide about integrating cloud computing. There are many advantages but there are also restrictions and limitations that may prohibit such a change. Magenic has implemented cloud solutions for businesses with storage and speed concerns while helping ease the burden of systems maintenance and the legal aspects of personal data management. Ready to get started?

The history of digital technology is marked by several major shifts in how people, businesses, and computers interact. Even businesses that seemingly have nothing to do with technology find themselves needing information to transfer across boundaries previously thought to be impractical to bridge.

Greg Frankenfield & Paul Fridman, Co-Founders of Magenic

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