Hybrid Application Development, API, and Enterprise Application Integration
Trust our developers to connect your software seamlessly
No one should reinvent the wheel, but even so it takes special skills to build a functioning vehicle. We have those skills. When it makes sense, we build sophisticated systems by integrating existing software components that have specialized functions. They may be third party systems like payment gateways or video streaming platforms. Or they may be in-house legacy systems that need to be incorporated into new hybrid applications. Whatever the situation, Greane Tree Technology can take you safely through the software integration process to evaluate technical feasibility, mitigate technical risk, and decrease time to market.
Different systems communicate through APIs, or Application Programming Interfaces. APIs allow systems to send messages back and forth to each other.
Third party systems usually come equipped with APIs. We are fluent in the APIs of commercial systems, such as Twitter, Facebook, Stripe, Braintree, Paypal, Frontstream, Brightcove, Vimeo, Ooyala, and more.
To integrate legacy systems with new systems, we often create custom APIs. The APIs can extend legacy systems’ useful life. We have built APIs to consolidate disparate applications under one portal, or to make a legacy system’s still valuable features accessible in a new environment.
Enterprise Application Integration
Different parts of your company may keep different versions of what should be the same information – customer contact details, sales figures, staff hours. The data is separate, partially duplicated, probably inconsistent, and certainly isolated from other departments that could use it for strategic decision making. Our enterprise application integration services can move information out of silos into a common data store, making it accessible company-wide while preserving department-specific applications and protecting sensitive material. Sales, marketing, production, HR, and management will be looking at the same version of common data, but will still be able to use it for their own purposes.