Check whether integration in one day is possible for you!

Use the below form to check whether your integration build is possible in a single day. If you have questions or if certain things are unclear, please let us know. And if you really get stuck, you can always book a free remote integration coaching session. This is recommended especially for largescale integration projects.
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    What is the primary goal of the integration?

    Knowing this isn’t strictly necessary in order to develop the integration. But if everyone involved (e.g. developers) knows why the integration build is taking place, development will definitely be faster.

    Are the source fields clear?

    Do you know what data you want to transfer from your source system to a target system? A list of fields will be sufficient here. Example: name, address, house number. But it would be even better if you’re familiar with the type of data in the fields. Name – text, address – text, house number – round number.


    Are the target fields clear?

    Do you know where you to which fields source data should go to ? Are your destination fields clear clear? Do you know what type of data should be stored into the destination fields?


    Are the allocations (mappings) between source- and destination fields clear?

    Clarify the destination fields that data from source fields should be transferred to. Sometimes, data must be converted. Like when weight data is registered in kilograms in the source field, while it is registered in grams in the destination field.


    Is the timing of the integration clear?

    When do you want to transfer the data from one side to the other? This can be done daily, weekly, or on specific days of the week. Any schedule is possible. More advanced integrations require data to be sent based on certain conditions contained in the data, e.g. when Name = John, send the data from source to destination.


    Are Sample API’s ready and available?

    To make sure that everything works, (sample) API’s should be available. These give you the option of logging in to use the API. The type of API makes no difference: it could be JSON- or XML REST-webservice, SOAP-webservice, XML, CSV, Excel or a differently structured text data format via FTP, fileshare, Database, etc. Access to the API is required and clear documentation must be available.