Why migrate when you can integrate?
Sometimes, building an entirely new solution just isn’t necessary when you have two or more great pieces of software, this is where ‘app to app integration’ is king.
Wouldn’t it be great if your Microsoft 365 email would integrate with your CRM or maybe your CRM would integrate with a website scraper, then integrate with a nice goals dashboard? These are all possible & not taken advantage of enough.
Some more information
About Absolute Software & our app to app integration services.
With so many off-the-shelf applications that do close to but not exactly what you want, it makes sense to look into other options. App to app integration might be exactly what you need.
Now, there is not always a need for any integration if the return doesn’t justify the cost. We won’t push you in any direction, purely because it is more profitable – we know in business, the idea is to build a long-lasting relationship with trust. So, trust us to give you the correct advice & hopefully design some really great business software integrations for you.
Some statistics on integrating applciations
With the average cost of a full-stack application ranging between $50,000 & $250,000, it might be much more cost effective to stick with your multiple subscription-based software. Now, this means your staff are still doubling up in administrative costs.
Let’s say that you have a business with 5 staff that waste an average of 2hrs each week due to double entering information between two applications – that’s ~$350 wasted in wages, plus revenue loss each week. Say it might cost $5000 – $10000 to nicely integrate these two applications. It’d only take 6 – 7 months to fully recoup those costs purely based on wage loss – that’s worth it.