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IntegrationWorks launches Melbourne office at York Butter Factory

IntegrationWorks launches Melbourne office at the York Butter Factory tech-hub

IntegrationWorks, a specialist enterprise integration consultancy has officially launched into the Melbourne market in conjunction with the York Butter Factory & New Zealand Trade and Enterprise’s business accelerator program.
IntegrationWorks building IoT applications to connect FitBits

Living, breathing IoT & APIs: A day at the IntegrationWorks office

Beyond the world of enterprise integration, the IntegrationWorks team has many skills and interests.  We recently got to exercise some of our Internet of Things (IoT) skills as a bit of fun in re-designing our office environment.

CIO Awards 2016: IntegrationWorks sponsor the 'Best ICT Team Culture' Award

Every year, the team at IntegrationWorks develops strong partnerships with CIO's around our global offices. This year we are proud to be a sponsor of the CIO Awards and have a specific sponsorship with the 'Best ICT Team Culture' award. As a growing professional services business that relies on our people to deliver innovative integration solutions and platforms, the ICT team culture is something very important to us.
Microservices and Traditional IT: how to get cohesiveness amongst your people

Microservices Foundations Part 2: Managing borders between traditional and digital teams

Adopting your enterprise to microservices isn’t the easiest journey. For all of its benefits and operational outcomes, the challenge to get to a true microservices environment is laborious and fraught with trials. In this blog, as part of our Microservices Foundations, we discuss the challenges organisations will find to unite teams of different IT interests to develop a cohesive adoption environment and how to overcome it.
IntegrationWorks Banking and Finance digital transformation

Banking & Financial Sector: integration for accelerating digital transformation.

Digital transformation is more critical to businesses today than ever as consumers move from face-to-face retail consumption to digital engagement via mobile, tablet or PC. It’s widely known that consumers these days expect on-demand services that are ordered or delivered through their digital applications from ride sharing, holiday planning, price comparison and purchasing of consumer goods. Consumers are expecting a seamless, efficient and easy-to-use digital experience. Businesses that are delivering it today are gaining rapid market-share and leaving traditional enterprises in the dust.

University & Higher Education: Integration to meet student demands for technology

The changing nature of university and higher education delivery systems is being influenced by IT and increasing demands for digital services. Institutions that deliver specialist higher education services and products to an increasingly digital world are under pressure to deliver technical education systems that allow for global and demographic spanning, under a tight resource and financial budget.