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Standards-based data integration goes far and above the capabilities of traditional data integration approaches. By setting all data systems to the same standard, all the data they contain becomes integrated and the data systems become directly interoperable. Businesses now have access to all the integrated data they could possibly need.


Advantages of
Standards-Based Data Integration

The desire for integrated data is so great that organizations are spending up to 40 percent of their annual IT budget to build and maintain a traditional data integration architecture. This architecture includes extra hardware, software, personnel and more, all dedicated to data integration. Beyond this, traditional data integration projects are risky: they fail more than 50 percent of the time, often so badly that the company loses the entire multi-year investment.

Maxxphase Data Compatibility Standards is a new and innovative stanards-based approach to data integration. Any data system that includes the standards is compliant and therefore compatible. Any compatible data system forms links with other compatible data systems. These links are purely data-based links and do not require any extra hardware, software or personnel, which is an instant savings over traditional data integration approaches. Moreover,the standards are non-invasive and present no risk of failure to existing data systems.

As a standards-based data integration method, Maxxphase Data Compatibility Standards provides an unlimited scope for data integration. All compatible data systems are directly interoperable and therefore collaborate to provide whatever integrated data is required. All data in your organization can now be integrated simply and efficiently. Beyond integrating data throughout a single organization, data can also be integrated across multiple organizations, throughout an industry and even across multiple industries.

With Data Compatibility Standards, all compatible data systems collaborate to return data and information relevant to your organization. This is the great power of Maxxphase Data Compatibility Standards, and it provides great competitive advantage over organizations stuck with the traditional data integration architecture. The standards offer an incredible opportunity for business to move ahead of the competition.

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Interoperable data systems

Organizations today need integrated data, synergy and collaboration from their data systems, but with traditional data systems, they get disparate data, conflicting information and data isolation. With traditional data systems, there is no data integrity or data consistency across data systems. This lack of data consistency means that traditional data systems contain conflicting data. As a result, each traditional data system is a solo act. Your organization’s data is compartmentalized and filled with barriers that prevent the data from being utilized together.

Data compatibility corrects the conflicts between data systems by making the data systems compatible. Any and all data systems that are compliant with the Maxxphase Data Compatibility Standards are compatible data systems. Compatible data systems provide integrated data across all compatible data systems. Compatible data systems are directly interoperable and can seamlessly collaborate with one another. Each compatible data system, internal and external alike, is an integral component to a single consistent data universe for your organization. Your data universe may now contain hundreds of collaborative data systems working together to provide whatever integrated data and information is needed.