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When acquiring software, many companies decide to buy only the components they need at this time. This way can be cheaper and therefore seems to be more profitable in the beginning, but can be counterproductive very quickly. As your organization develops, you are increasingly using independent tools, resulting in productivity decline and inaccurate data analysis. Fortunately, system integration is here to save your business.  However, this conclusion not only takes time which employees need to spend on understanding the new solution, but also valuable data.

What is System Integration?

Simply put, the procedure assumes that several separate components are connected that often come from different suppliers to work as one. Find out what subsystems are like to improve employee productivity and provide seamless data connectivity to help you analyse business processes.

System integration is a great solution for companies that have difficulty working on multiple independent subsystems and wasting that time because of the need to manually re-enter data for each of the tools. If you’re wondering if your company might need system integration, I’ve explained this and other ways that using too many independent components can affect your business here.

Increasing productivity and improving your company’s workflow is essential if you want to succeed. System integration is a great way to achieve these goals, but the development process can be long and complicated. A system integrator-that is a company or a team of professionals-must ensure that data is seamlessly exchanged between all components.

System Integration

Systems Integration Outline

  • Configuration of NVR/VMS software & IP cameras to interface with other security or IT organisations.
  • We work with IT, Security, Facilities, and many other departments to understand project scope and plan installation
  • Integration typically performed remotely by Suraj , but local partners are available as required

Core Competencies

  • CCTV to IP Video Migration
  • Mobile / Remote Viewing
  • Wired and Wireless Network Design
  • Integration with IP-enabled Access Control & Alarm Systems
  • Large Project Expertise: Multi-location Retail, College Campus, Stadiums, Bus Fleets, & more

For further information or queries contact us without any hassle we would be very glad to solve your queries because our motto is expand your business world-wide.

Stages of The Integration Process

Increasing productivity and improving your company’s workflow is essential if you want to succeed. System integration is a great way to achieve these goals, but the development process can be long and complicated. A system integrator-that is a company or a team of professionals-must ensure that data is seamlessly exchanged between all components. To do this, they usually split their work into six equally important phases and these are:


Requirements gathering

In general, the first step consists of one or more meetings when you share your ideas and requirements with a system integrator. It is crucial that you know exactly what you and your team expect the future system and its components to do. In order to provide you with an efficient solution, an IT company has to make sure your employees and customers will find the software comfortable and easy to use.

Why it’s important

There is no such thing as a standard system integration. Every company uses different subsystems in order to achieve different goals. It is extremely important for a system integrator to know your requirements very well.



After your expectations and specifications of your future software are listed down, business analysts conduct a thorough analysis in order to determine operational feasibility. They are experienced in translating your requirements into needs and improving the communication between you and the development team. It allows an IT company to connect their vision of the system with yours.

Why it’s important

What you want is not always what you actually need. Listen carefully to the company you have chosen and their advices. A successful collaboration will help them to provide you with the best solution suited to meet all of your needs.


Architecture Design

Thanks to the analysis, a system integrator is ready to perform the process of putting your subsystems together. However, before they start, they need to build a strong foundation in order to eliminate all of the risks. That is why the next phase is dedicated to writing a plan of how multiple components should be integrated so that they can function as a whole. Usually, blueprints of the integration are created to help both sides to visualise the process.

Why it’s important

A system integrator aims to provide you with a solution which will boost your productivity and improve your workflow but their main objective is to ensure seamless data connectivity between all of the components. A proper architecture design allows them to perform an efficient integration.


System Integration Design

This is the longest and the most challenging phase of the process where the actual integration is performed. Based on the architecture design which is rather a logical design, its physical equivalent is developed.  If all of the previous steps have been followed with a close attention to detail, a system integrator should perform system integration successfully and easily, without losing valuable data.

Why it’s important

Depending on their number and size, connecting various independent systems into one while ensuring regular data flow may take some time. However, this phase requires great precision.  A successful integration can help your company to grow by automating many business processes and providing you with accurate data.



Once the system is ready, it is verified and tested. If test engineers detect any bug, it is fixed and the system undergoes operational testing one more time to ensure the product you receive is errorless. Only then your order goes live so you and your employees can start enjoying it. Even though the new solution is based on your previous components, it may take time to get familiar and comfortable with it.

Why it’s important

After the systems are integrated, it is your turn in the process of improving the workflow of your company. In order to notice the results of the integration, you need to make sure everyone in your team understands exactly how the new solution works. That is why the implementation phase may take a while.



The competitive advantage of having your subsystems integrated by a professional company over buying a new off-the-shelf solution is that a system integrator makes sure your product works flawlessly even after it is released. If you find it hard to use or missing a feature, the components can be modified or added anytime. You can also report every bug you detect and the company that has built the system for you will take care of fixing it.

Why it’s important

As your company evolves, the system can evolve along with it. There is no need to acquire a new product as it is much more beneficial to upgrade the system you already know and find easy to use.


As you can see, the system integration process is highly challenging. It is best to have the integration performed by a group of specialists as every phase of putting together components, which all come from different vendors, requires close attention to details. However, using one system instead of a few transforms the way you work and enables your company to grow.

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