Overell, William L.
March 1998
Financial Executive;Mar/Apr98, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p34
Academic Journal
The article discusses the benefits of enterprise integration technology (EIT). Firms that depend on multiple information systems can use EIT to both integrate and make more efficient their data processing functions. EIT accommodates both personal computers and mainframes, and by some estimates can reduce the time required to harmonize disparate applications by as much as 90%. The author describes effective EIT implementations at Westpac Banking Corporation in Sydney, Australia, and Intermountain Health Care of Salt Lake City, Utah.


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