Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Data Integration Profile with Luxent CEO Vivian Keena
Integration, Resource Whitepapers, resources
Written by Laura Monn Ginsburg
Actian Hero Profile: Best Practices, Thinking, and Tips for Data Integration Success
“Integration is a part of every business’s future and the need for it will only grow.” – Vivian Keena, Luxent CEO
In this in-depth interview, Luxent CEO Vivian Keena shares her insights on the importance of data integration, what it means to successfully implement an integration, and how to keep an integration performing to expectations. Keena covers topics ranging from:
- What leaders need to focus on to ensure a successful integration for their organization and users
- Where IT teams tend to get tripped up
- How to overcome data integration challenges, such as taking the time to understand key nuances between the platforms you’re integrating. For manufacturers in particular, this routinely includes an ERP and CRM platform, such as Salesforce CRM.
- How the biggest misconceptions about data integration can be overcome to make entire businesses run more efficiently
With a 25+ year career in software, manufacturing, and consulting services, Keena knows the best way to get ROI from technology investments is to ensure that technology empowers the users it supports. A full-service implementation, integration, and consulting company supporting manufacturers embracing cloud technology, Luxent focuses on making technology faster, smarter, and easier to use. With its LiNK Data Integration solution, Luxent helps organizations integrate business-critical platforms, such as ERP and Salesforce CRM, to gain visibility, scalability, and accuracy.
“Once businesses start integrating systems, they set themselves up for increased returns on their investment and the ability to drive more efficiency and scalability, all while empowering their users.” – Vivian Keena, Luxent CEO on the power of data integration
This profile is part of a Data Integration Hero Profile series sponsored by Luxent partner Actian. You can read the entire piece here.