Successful integration requires a combined corporate effort between many experts:

  • Business process owners
  • Business system experts
  • Program and Project managers
  • Security experts
  • Enterprise, integration and solution architects
  • Operations experts and managers
  • Integration system experts

The Certified Integration Professional (CIP) certification establishes a common view, language and approach to integration between all stakeholders.

CIP is a universal approach to integration that is independent of technical integration platforms

CIP is the collected best practices of implementing integrations with more than 50 companies (small to global). And 20 years of integrations across various verticals.

Integration is the beating heart of every digitalized business
It is the enabler (or constraint if done wrong) of automated business flexibility
The key to faster time to market(TTM) of new (or changes to) automated cross system business processes
Done right, it provides the business with a competitive advantage – done wrong or without a long-term vision it will quickly become the opposite.

At the end of this course the goal is that you will be able to apply the required perspective find solutions and samples in this course material to be used as default tools, templates and techniques use the basic tools, templates and techniques to tailor and optimize them within your work and or organization.

This is a two- day course covering better practices in the many perspectives on Integration

  • Business
  • Organization
  • Project Management
  • Architecture
  • Operational costs
  • Technical perspectves
  • Associated technologies

In this course, we will use the many perspectives as a learning structure covering one or more of the following topics for each perspective.

  • Subtopics
  • Common considerations
  • Samples
  • Challenges
  • Do’ and Don’t
  • Tools, templates and techniques commonly used.
  • Exercises

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