The most challenging aspect of enterprise integration is organization adaptability. The choice to implement enterprise integration should follow thorough considerations. Despite the state attempting to advance monetary allocations to adopt enterprise integration, institutions may face greater financial consequences. The effects arise from the high costs required for the establishment of enterprise integration. The introduction of these systems into an organization requires sufficient financial expenditure and a high level of human personnel for effective adoption.
Additionally, challenges arise within the business set up, such as integrating the software to the existing hardware and operating systems to align with the institution’s requirements. Enterprise integration requires well-streamlined mechanisms that would enhance a high level of technological advancements. Hence, institutions constantly change; hence, order enables effective implementation amid evolution (Fernandez, Zaino, & Ahmad, 2018).
The organization’s management should come up with proper measures that will ensure success in adopting enterprise integration. The organization needs to conduct a proper evaluation of its strengths and weaknesses before launching enterprise integration software. The organization should adequately consider monetary, technological and managerial aspects in preparation for implementation. A realistic organization’s objectives regarding enterprise integration create a balance that minimizes too many disruptions enhancing a sustainable process. The personnel utilizing the system should be sufficiently trained and provide relevant skills in handling the integrated software. Knowledge and skills provision is vital in enabling the human resource to align to modern systems within a shorter duration. Education also motivates employees to actualize enterprise integration notions ascertaining their preparedness on the emerging software (Gorkhali & Xu, 2019).
Fernandez, D., Zaino, Z., & Ahmad, H. (2018). An investigation of challenges in enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation: The case of the public sector in Malaysia. International Journal of Supply Chain Management, 7(3), 113-117.
Gorkhali, A., & Xu, L. D. (2019). Enterprise architecture, enterprise information systems and enterprise integration: A review based on systems theory perspective. Journal of Industrial Integration and Management, 4(02), 1950001.