Flexible EDI & EII for All Your Data & Applications
CampaignRunner: Your Single Solution for EDI & EII
The question is simple. Every organization has to deal with it
regardless of its size, structure, or field of operation:
How do you unify all your data and
make it available to key decision
makers and application systems? Some of the challenges include
the fact that you may have internal data, you may external vendor
data, you may have organizational silos that view and manage that
data differently and in different systems and formats?
The larger an organization, the more complex the answer. Traditional
EDI (Enterprise Data Integration) and
EII (Enterprise Information Integration)
tools only increase that complexity by adding additional software
layers, extra hardware, more complex processes, and additional staff.
And they do not scale either in performance or in their point solutions
for each system.
Our solution requires no hard-configured or static parts.
It intelligently discovers all it needs to know.
CampaignRunner is built on pure metadata which allows it to run
in almost any environment against any data.
- Secure: Your data remains
secure and private. All your data remains in its original
location. No data transfer to less secure systems is needed.
Our platform provides you with the most flexibility
when it comes to safeguarding your investment in your EDI & EII
solution: You can move from system to system and
from platform to platform without losing any of your work.
- Scalable:CampaignRunner is built from
the ground up with exclusive focus on enterprise needs.
It is built with enterprise-ready scalability, efficiency
Challenges of EDI & EII
An enterprise must solve a basic set of constraints when it comes to
managing its data. The constraints are along the dimensions of
data, applications, hardware infrastructure, business processes and
limited resources of budget, staff, and time:
How do you integrate the
myriad sources of data across your
enterprise and organizational silos?
How do you ensure your
custom and 3rd-party applications
will continue to operate against this growing complexity?
How do you deal with your
diverse hardware infrastructure?
How do you successfully manage the sheer number of
different standards and formats
used by different back-ends?
Perhaps most importantly, how do you provide a solution
within a limited budget and staff?