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Frankie-the-frustrated worker dealing with lack of direct Line of Business integration and Manual Data Entry

The problem is lost productivity and user frustration around populating data into Line of Business applications via Manual Data Entry versus Automation. To illustrate my point let's take one of the most popular Software as a Service (SaaS) applications ever, Salesforce.com

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The Future of LOB App Integration

I spent a few years as a Technical Project Manager, largely working in the business intelligence space for a major telecommunications company (a former Baby Bell) in California, often visiting one or more of our data centers each week

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The SharePoint Assembly Line

Everyone knows the story of Henry Ford, the Model T automobile, and the advances made to productivity and mass production by utilizing a revolutionary process called the assembly line, where instead of having workers move from vehicle to vehicle to perform repetitive tasks (which was slow, and introduced unnecessary risks and mistakes), the vehicles were moved down a line of worker stations. This allowed individual specialists to quickly add their part of perform their role, and then repeat the process on the next vehicle in the line as it moved down the factory floor, resulting in a finished product at the far end. While Ford is credited with making the assembly line a competitive success (and a primary discussion topic for business school programs around the world), the assembly line would not have been successful without a similarly successful standardization -- the screw

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