2013 Information Integration Study
This study was conducted in September to October 2013 to better understand how companies have undertaken projects to integrate multiple levels within their organization. Questions relate to how information flows and which directions between manufacturing areas through higher-level production control and up to enterprise systems. It looked at why, how, and when information integration projects are done, project size and scope, and related trends.
The top three tools/resources used by respondents to establish and sustain integration are customized software (47%), system integrators (41%), and browser-based interfaces (41%).
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