- Application Infrastructure & Middleware - Data Exchange & Integration
- Application Infrastructure & Middleware - Middleware, SDKs & Libraries
- National Security & Defense
- Oil & Gas
- Logistics & Transportation
- Sales & Marketing
- Inventory Management
- Time Sensitive Networking
- Cloud Planning, Design & Implementation Services
- System Integration
March Networks had a complex web of integrations between its CRM technology, financial systems, and operations systems, which were difficult to maintain and required custom coding. The company needed to modernize its data processes and applications to align with its growth ambitions.
About The Customer
March Networks is a leading provider of IP video surveillance software and systems. They help businesses improve security and decision-making through high-definition footage and deep data analytics. Their customers interact with the company through various touchpoints, including sales, technical support, and managed services.
March Networks implemented the Informatica cloud platform in parallel with Salesforce CRM to simplify data integrations. They used cloud data integration to achieve integrations between Salesforce and SAP, as well as automated data integrations across other business applications. Informatica provided a single automated platform that underpinned data integrations and improved operations.
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