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Accelerating Integration Modernization with Composable Development

Accelerating Integration Modernization with Composable Development


Many organizations have taken an approach to digital transformation and modernization that has resulted in siloed data and a fragmented technology stack. Updating applications or systems in a haphazard, piecemeal fashion based on the immediate needs of a division or department is often done without considering the impact to data accessibility and availability, security, or scalability. Additionally, a technology stack that has been cobbled together over time, using a wide variety of integration approaches and technologies usually lacks the flexibility to adapt to new technologies and business requirements.

Furthermore, using a traditional code-intensive integration strategy will typically feature long development timelines, conflict over priorities, and often limits the necessary coordination between developers and end users. This may result in completed integrations failing to meet the needs of users today and will again require significant developer resources in the future if the organization needs to update, modify, or scale its technology stack. In addition, many integration and automation technologies were designed decades ago, and make it challenging to incorporate AI.

In our latest Research Brief, Accelerating Integration Modernization with Composable Development, completed in partnership with, we cover the factors that contribute to a fragmented and constrained technology stack and development environment, the development approach that delivers results and value quickly and efficiently, and the markers of a technology development framework that prioritizes continuous improvement and the integration of AI and automation.

In this brief you will learn:

  • The pitfalls with using traditional development approaches and tools, and how they can create significant constraints that impact efficiency, scalability, and ROI.
  • The benefits of using low-code, no-code and generative AI development tools, and how they can democratize development and enable all stakeholders with varying degrees of technical acumen to participate in the design, development, and deployment of applications, workflows, and data integration projects. 
  • The twin pillars of modern enterprise application development – composability and the incorporation of artificial intelligence – should be used together to ensure the creation of a modern, nimble, and scalable technology framework.
  • The necessary elements of an ideal iPaaS platform that allows for seamless development collaboration, the incorporation of automation and AI, and a framework that prioritizes time to value and enables continuous improvement. 

If you are interested in learning more, be sure to download your copy of Accelerating Integration Modernization with Composable Development today.

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Author Information

Keith has over 25 years of experience in research, marketing, and consulting-based fields.

He has authored in-depth reports and market forecast studies covering artificial intelligence, biometrics, data analytics, robotics, high performance computing, and quantum computing, with a specific focus on the use of these technologies within large enterprise organizations and SMBs. He has also established strong working relationships with the international technology vendor community and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events.

In his career as a financial and technology journalist he has written for national and trade publications, including BusinessWeek,, Investment Dealers’ Digest, The Red Herring, The Communications of the ACM, and Mobile Computing & Communications, among others.

He is a member of the Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP).

Keith holds dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in Magazine Journalism and Sociology from Syracuse University.