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Businesses are struggling with an acute shortage of expensive IT integrator teams, but organizational IT needs and demands show no signs of slowing. The fact of the matter is the pace of digital innovation has increased during the disruptive times, creating a demand for technology projects as well as solutions that many central IT teams simply lack the resources and time to facilitate. 

To compensate, non-technical business users are increasingly taking active participation in handling data-driven operations.

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One thing the majority of CEOs and business leaders can agree on is the importance of technology in ensuring a promising future, especially as the impact of disruption reaches its peak. 

In a PWC survey conducted at the beginning of this year, 77 percent of chief executives around the world said their top priority was to make their business far more efficient, and 83 percent said they are making more investments in digital transformation to do it. 

They have a definite direction.

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Selecting robust data integration solutions is only the beginning of the journey to put healthier, more accurate data at the center of your business. Using healthy data to deliver the value promised to customers and create new revenue streams isn’t just about the software you choose–you should also incorporate a good digital transformation strategy to organize your teams and ensure that you can leverage data to deliver value quickly, securely, and easily. 

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IT teams are more burdened than ever due to increased requests and ever-advancing organizational growth. Ongoing disruption has impacted the situation even further. Companies are facing the demand to perform and complete more tasks with a faster increase in projects, but with fewer resources and a decreased budget. 

The result is IT integrators and data analysts are now spending most of their time playing catch-up rather than on development or innovation.