Seamless business processes with a data exchange layer

Pinja’s offering has expanded with a new service that helps streamline daily tasks of businesses. More and more often, companies use cloud services, software applications and combinations of these from several different suppliers. Now, there is a need to connect users, applications and devices – easily and quickly. Very often, integrations have been considered to be difficult to implement, sensitive to risks and expensive. Pinja tackles these challenges by introducing a new type of integration platform offered as a service.

Compared to the traditional method, system integration implemented as a cloud service lowers the investment needed to create connections between systems and reduces the time spent in its deployment. In addition, it reduces problems related to skills, risks and cost management in the area of information exchange. Pinja’s integration solution will be ready for operation in the customer’s production environment within a few hours at best.

In addition to system integration and automated data exchange, the service offers several other benefits. It is now much easier than before for companies to change their business models and offer, for example, customer service interfaces for 24/7 use. Business information gathered from several sources is much easier to utilise when the systems are made to communicate with each other.

Scalability brings cost-effectiveness to customers

“Pinja has more than 20 years of experience in integration solutions in many different fields and industries including product development organisations, the energy industry and health and wellbeing services. Now, we have packaged our expertise into a service product with its focus on streamlining the customer’s own business processes. This means that we are better positioned to provide versatile solutions for public and private cloud needs and their combinations”, says Tommi from Pinja.

Due to its scalability, the Pinja integration service suits companies and organisations of many types and sizes. According to Matti Lahti, the technology applied was selected to enable cost-effective creation of both simple and extensive solutions and with a proven record of successful use in the implementation of globally recognised cloud services.