Software integration within the postal industry is a common challenge. As a post office grows and offers new services, new software solutions are bolted on. This results in having separate systems that would need to be integrated in order to manage the postal network more efficiently.
Software integration projects require a unique type of team to deliver successfully, and our team has many years of experience in integrating different systems, specifically within the postal industry. The starting point with each client is to get to know their business as best as possible, and then immerse ourselves in their existing technologies. We are truly at our most effective when we have a solid foundation of their core business.
At Swift Postal we have the resources to tackle almost any size of integration project. Once our understanding of your systems are complete, we can take the job to our integration developers and write whatever code is needed to get the job complete. Our experience within a variety of industries and with a variety of technologies put us in a position to be able to provide high quality software integration services with the least amount of risk. Our integration development processes are carefully managed by our staff of highly skilled project managers who oversee every facet of the integration development process.
Using Swift Postal’s integration development services ensures that the following two goals are met:
1. Understand and deliver upon each department’s requirement
When a company invests the time, effort and expense in developing a software integration solution, it must ensure that the expectations are met within the various departments. That is why our clients choose Swift Postal, as our methodology ensures that the end result is communicated before the project starts, therefore delivering what is expected.
2. Deliver Flexibility
Future expansion is an important part of any software integration project. As time goes on, and that software becomes entrenched within a company’s operations, additional enhancements are often required. A software integration solution should be initially constructed with this in mind so that any future enhancements will not disrupt the current functionality.