Integration refers to the process of combining or coordinating different components or systems to work together as a unified whole. The term is versatile and can be applied across various domains, from technology and business to social and cultural contexts. In a technological sense, integration often involves the linking of different computing systems and software applications physically or functionally, to act as a coordinated whole. For example, an integrated business software suite might combine accounting, inventory management, and customer relationship management to streamline operations. In a societal context, integration can refer to the process of incorporating individuals or groups into a community, often with a focus on inclusivity and equal opportunity. This could be seen in efforts to integrate immigrant populations into a new country, or initiatives to include marginalized communities in mainstream social or economic activities. In organizational contexts, integration may refer to the alignment of business processes, corporate culture, or data systems following a merger or acquisition. The objective of integration in any context is generally to improve efficiency, effectiveness, and the quality of outcomes by enabling more seamless and meaningful interactions between different elements.
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Published: June 6, 2023, 8:42 a.m.
The manufacturing industry has always been driven by the evolution of technology from steam engines to electricity, microprocessors, computers, automation, and recently, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things and cyber-physical … Read More
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