Systems integration

There is no point having all this awesome technology if your platforms don't talk to each other

Firstly, data and information is great, but you need to own your own data - don't let an agency own it! By all means, get advice on system setup and management, but it's your business and your clients, the direct ability to increase your business performance.

EIO were an integral member of the project team in delivering the Federally funded Business Energy Advice Program (BEAP) by Business Australia. They supported the program with: • Built a middle ware application to collect customer data from the BEAP Kentico website and a third party provider • Created a survey form that collates customer data and outputs a detailed report on their energy efficiency and ways to improve • Automate the sending of reports to customers • Sync all data with HubSpot • Push relevant data to third party provider via API • Automate 12 month follow up survey and associated data sync
Anthony Cooper
Business Australia

A tech stack, as the name implies, is comprised of different elements that, when combined, form a complete tool. Kind of like a transformer. But less destructive.

All elements of the tech stack work independently of each other, and depending on your business you may not even need all of the component parts. However, despite their standalone functionality, there are also intricate and complex interdependencies where different parts of the stack can hugely impact other parts, for better or worse depending upon how they have been set up and how they are used.

We have a history of tech stack integration that has a positive business impact, including 2018 and 2019 HubSpot Impact Awards for Integrations Innovation.

There’s quite a lot going on with tech stacks, we could go on for way too long! If you’d like to read more, here’s an article we prepared earlier

If you’d like help with tech stack integration, drop us a line – this is the stuff that gets us excited!

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