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Digital transformation requires comprehensive integration

Comprehensive integration is one of the cornerstones of digital transformation.

Your customers and employees expect all systems, databases and applications to be intelligently connected and running smoothly, no matter where in the world they are or what they need. The integration should flow just as effortlessly as the water, electricity or broadband you supply your customers with. At the same time, it must strengthen a healthy and competitive IT ecosystem.

Distributed energy resources require better integration
An example of where integration plays an important role in digital transformation is in the increased use of distributed energy resources (DERs), which include solar panels, combined heat and power plants, and electric vehicles.

The presence of DERs give energy consumers more choices and increases the availability of environmentally and economically sustainable production. However, it also poses significant challenges in terms of reliable power supply and the robustness of the energy grid – and the ability to integrate effectively.

Effective integration is crucial when using the contribution of prosumer-owned distributed energy resources to create new energy markets. Or to become part of the DER platform ecosystem by leveraging APIs and integration capabilities of digital assistants.

NNIT ties it all together

With a holistic approach to integration, NNIT can help you manage and improve the quality of your existing IT ecosystem – while ensuring that it can support future innovations and creating more streamlined workflows.

Read more about our integration services here.