In today’s competitive business landscape, enterprises must keep close tabs on the latest market trends and changing consumer needs. Besides, they must respond quickly to changing market conditions and capitalize on new opportunities. Nevertheless, most businesses are unable to reach their full potential either due to operational mismanagement or a lack of effective software tools. As of today, most businesses use disparate software systems to run their day-to-day operations efficiently. It includes legacy applications, custom-built solutions, integrated API solutions, and off-the-shelf software systems. That said, there needs to be a fully-integrated software system to centrally manage a host of business activities by adequately interconnecting diverse business applications. This is where we realize the importance of middleware solutions.
Middleware refers to the type of software that supports distributed systems by facilitating seamless connectivity between diverse software applications, modules, and enterprise systems. As such, it provides a unified software interface to centrally manage disparate software systems including ERP applications, modules, and distributed systems. In other words, it bridges the gap between diverse tools, technologies, modules, and databases by integrating them into a unified enterprise system.