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5 Jan 2018

The Importance of Simplifying System Architecture

Craig Isakson Posted in: Data Management, Integration, System Architecture, Technical Architecture, Technical Strategy

As a Technical Architect at Sundog, I have the opportunity to help a number of our clients determine and shape the landscape of their system architecture. It’s honestly one of my favorite parts of the job. Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of different types of implementations. And the more we see, the more patterns start to emerge. We get to see what works really well - and what can leave room for improvement.

11 May 2016
25 Mar 2016

The Basics of 2-Tier ERP: Systems of Record & Systems of Engagement

Matt Smith Posted in: Data Integration, ERP, Salesforce, SAP, System Architecture, Technical Enablement, Technical Strategy

In this day and age, it is important for enterprises to leverage both systems of record and systems of engagement that are integrated together. This approach is referred to as “two-tier ERP.” The system of record tier usually consists of on-premise ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems, and the system of engagement tier is generally a Cloud-based solution.

19 Nov 2015

The Beginner’s Guide to Security Model Setup

Anthony Suda Posted in: Data Integration, IT, Security Model, Security Review, System Architecture, Technology Platforms, Technical Enablement, Technical Strategy

In the world of system architecture and IT policies, one is bound to run into the term “security model.” Well, what does that mean exactly?

1 May 2015

Secrets to Building a Successful Content Management Solution

Chris Kulish Posted in: CMS, Content Strategy, Data Integration, Digital Experience, IT, Programming, Software, Software Development, Software Maintenance, System Architecture, Technical Architecture, Technology, Technology Platforms, Targeted Marketing Programs, Technical Enablement, Technical Strategy

Building a content management solution goes beyond just picking a Content Management System (CMS). It starts with asking the right questions during discovery, selecting the right tool for the job, creating architecture, and setting the stage for development.