Integration Process

Definition & Overview

An Integration Process refers to the systematic sequence of steps involved in connecting and synchronizing data between disparate systems or applications. It encompasses various stages, including data extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL), as well as data validation and reconciliation.

During the integration process, data is extracted from source systems, transformed into a compatible format, and loaded into the target system or database. This process ensures that data is accurately mapped and aligned with the requirements of the target system.

Additionally, integration processes often involve data validation to ensure data accuracy and integrity, as well as reconciliation to identify and resolve any discrepancies between source and target data sets. Overall, an Integration Process plays a crucial role in enabling seamless data exchange and interoperability across diverse systems and applications. Learn more about what Launchpad offers here.

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