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AIM - Application Integration Management


AIM is a tool which improves intersystem transparency and change without needing additional programming.


Instead of having to compile several input- and output interfaces for every system in your company, use AIM instead and reduce your interfaces to just one.


AIM is also capable of flexibly deducing and processing data without programming.


An example:


The financial crisis brought it to light. All banking transactions run through IT. But no one really knows, what‘s going on. Information which is stored in IT systems is largely distributed and often not very transparent. This is the case in almost every company, not only in the banking business.


Is it important to you 'to recognize dark clouds' early?

We know first hand from distressed cases that periodical statistics aren‘t that brilliant. Often times these hasty collected figures tell nothing about a trend.


Let‘s take a statistic from last quarter as an example. The statistic was printed in October the tenth. At this point the figures were a little bit declining but that was nothing to really worry about.


But at the tenth of January you will see very different, very bad looking numbers. Why?


Why is it impossible for most companies to collect accurate data fast, which warns them of the incoming threat? Because they create periodical statistics with old data, instead of using up to date numbers for correct statistics, which would give them the ability to react properly.


Reacting properly means: You make the right decisions, prevent dangerous developments and save jobs.


How should this work? AIM helps here!


AIM can be regarded as a logistics center. Data input and output runs through AIM. AIM automatically checks for threats in this data.


AIM also can filter out information and provide a risk management system with this information. The risk management system could - as an example - check the liquidity of the company.

It can be implemented in front or behind special supply systems. If implemented in front of such systems, AIM is able to distribute information to those systems. You decide how the information looks like and how you receive it.


AIMs greatest advantage is the transparency of its analytical criteria. Those criteria are comprehensible and adjustable for anyone within a department.


Are you curious about AIM? If this is the case, contact us for further information or a live demonstration.