April 3, 2015
Hybrid Application Architecture and Integrations On the Rise
Posted by Dave Burlington
As more and more organizations make the transition to the Cloud, they are realizing the rise of a hybrid application architecture. A hybrid application architecture boasts a mix of application types with some key business applications residing in the cloud (public or private) and other applications remaining on-premise.
To effectively scale and enhance efficiency with such a hybrid architecture, all of your applications must communicate with each other, whether they are in the cloud or on-premise. If your on-premise ERP system isn’t integrated to your CRM Tool in the Cloud, which in turn, doesn’t communicate with your budgeting forecasting application, your team is forced to waste time working through error-prone manual processes to keep your data accurate.
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Dave is responsible for the Financial Solutions Cloud Practice at Armanino. He has extensive software industry experience, with particular expertise in building and scaling high growth technology companies. Before joining Armanino in 2014, he led all aspects of enterprise SaaS and mobile application product teams. He was a key member of the leadership teams that took two software companies public.