The organisations’ networks and systems are entering a new technological stage at the beginning of a new decade. Hardly any other term embodies the close connection between the business world and technology like microservices, or component services. They stand for a new architecture of IT applications with which business processes can be composed of independent services. Originating as a technical concept and as a further development of earlier ideas, they make a decisive contribution to the emergence of new business architectures that are needed in times of cross-organisational cooperation.
The design of business processes from independent and modular services enables a previously unknown flexibility and fits the requirements of the agile world.
Functional services, once developed, can be used in a multitude of applications and portals, which can greatly shorten the time taken for the development of such applications. However, besides the indisputably great potential, they also bring extensive homework and redefine the concept of system integration. The growing number of interfaces between systems from potentially different vendors requires both a new approach to architecture management and new ways of system testing as well as IT security management.
In accordance with the business requirements of digitisation projects, the technology practice carries out projects for the implementation and integration of systems. The focus is on integration of ERP and ECM systems, as well as planning and creating portal systems for online services.
Working hand in hand with leading international systems manufacturers and technology providers, LCSI delivers the following services:
platforms and services as well as
customising of ERP
and ECMS systems
Where to start is decided by the customer perspective.
The state of Lower Saxony summarises measures for the implementation of digitisation across all administrative levels in the “Digitisation Master Plan”.
Improving the possibilities for electronic collaboration has become one of the most important tasks in the introduction of electronic record keeping.
In addition to the implementation of online services, the introduction of electronic file management and case processing always represents a core digitisation project of the public administration.
As in hardly any other area of corporate IT, the processes of procurement and especially invoice processing are subject to constant rationalisation and automation.