Customer data onboarding is one of the most challenging problems faced by both Information Technology (IT) staff and business users. As companies seek to implement automated, recurring data exchanges with their customers, they are often encumbered by time-consuming barriers.
In recent years, Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) have been proposed as a silver-bullet panacea to solve data integration challenges. However, the reality has been quite different.
Traditional approaches to customer data onboarding are highly inefficient, slow, and difficult to scale. This can result in significant impact on business operations, ability to deliver products and services, and on customer experiences.
Customer data onboarding is a difficult process and remains one of the most challenging problems that businesses face. Experienced IT managers consider it to be one of the most difficult challenges for their teams to handle and ensure it is done correctly, efficiently, and in a timely manner.
These days, business data is the lifeblood of any organization or business. Companies exchange business information daily with their ecosystem of customers, partners, vendors and suppliers.
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