Software Integration

Integrating applications that share common data values is a sensible consideration when you need to build and support a growing enterprise. Connecting your external data sources, such as your website, apps and social media to your internal applications is hugely effective when you’re looking for greater efficiency and productivity gains.

Integration is also about continuous and seamless workflow models. This could be streamlining your HR tasks and connecting your on-boarding process with payroll or reducing the non-customer-facing tasks that are a requirement for all businesses.

Streamline your Business 

Integration is a great way to streamline workflows, making you more efficient while saving you time & money.

Integration opportunities

Integration possibilities are limitless and many service businesses now provide access to their partners and clients. We have experience handling complex integration with software solutions such as Dynamics, SAP and accounting platforms like Xero and Sage.


We can integrate directly with your VOIP telecoms system, helping to improve the call handling process and your customer service while providing the ability to measure and compare staff performance.

Office 365 Microsoft Cloud

Integrating and connecting with your Office 365 services, such as Dynamics 365, SharePoint & Microsoft Teams.


Integrating business solutions with accounts software such as Sage and Xero is incredibly useful as it allows you to accurately report on business performance and make informed business decisions.

Field reportingField reporting

Integration with ANPR services, Navigation, Road Traffic and Mapping systems allows people in the field to improve efficiency by accessing vital information on the go.

Satellite dataSatellite data

Integrating data from satellites orbiting the globe is helping the agriculture sector and remote communities understand and make the most of their local environment.

Lead generationLead generation

Exploiting and managing your lead generation is key success driver in the B2C environment. Integration with third-party sources and services plays an important role in lead generation activities.

Integration methods

Most service providers, telecoms businesses, data providers, cloud partners and accounts companies allow a level of integration with their services. In many cases, this is charged on a cost-effective per-use basis. Integration with these providers can be achieved in a number of ways:


Integrating applications using a Software Development Kit (SDK). These frameworks provide the tools and rules that allow you to integrate your application safely. Not all applications provide this level of access, but greater flexibility is more common with those that do.

Systems DeploymentWeb services

Connecting over the web using a web-service to organise the communication between the devices and data sources. A web-service can handle multiple data sources, which are utilised by the end user in an application. These are frequently used by app developers to collate, process and return data to an app user.

API documentationAPI’s

An Application Programming Interface (API) provides the building blocks for other developers to connect applications with your service. This is normally achieved by supplying the third party with documentation explaining how they can talk to your application.