What we do
We optimize systems!
The first benefit of systems integration is streamlining and aggregation of all correlated data. This helps in simplifying retrieval and processing of the data across the various subsystems. Reporting and data consistency is improved and this drives decision making in the organization.
Another area where integration helps is the ready accessibility of data. No need to manually sync across if integration is part of the automation process. For instance, when a partner or a reseller needs to claim backend rebates from a vendor in a particular sector, various data need to be collated from different endpoints, from end user, to reseller to vendor with various figures in order to accurately compute various rebates. Doing this manually takes time and has lots of inaccuracies.
Efficiency and boosted productivity as a result of eliminated manual data entry. Sensors in a datacenter or data from UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) systems can easily be synchronized to help mitigate system downtime or any faults in the production environment. Logs can easily be analyzed from various sources automatically following various algorithmic patterns without having to wait for manual data input or still, feed it to your Systems Operations Manager for easier analysis and reporting.
In terms of data storage, a single warehouse can be maintained as a benefit of integration. This reduces cost and exposure that comes with maintaining multiple data storage spaces for the same data. With reduced footprint, management, analysis and reporting becomes less of a headache.
We follow seven steps as an organizational approach in systems integration. No basic standard exists in integration since every company or institution uses different subsystems to achieve different goals.
As Kensuluhu, we not only just optimize your system but also help you inventory, meter and assess all systems in production so together we can enhance their capability to the extent that all components operate at and above user expectations. The approach and methodology used varies from system to system, customer to customer and also any existing constraints and vendor upgrades.
Having played in this space for some time, many times an optimization ends up in an integration especially in large organizations. Human Resource department for instance wants to automatically generate an alert to IT department to configure office door and Active Directory access for a new hire. This means creating a workflow in HRIS (Human Resource Information System) that communicates with the IT ticketing system or directly with the office security system. This improves efficiency since the only other option would be to call IT Helpdesk or send an email. Calls may go unpicked, and mails may take time to be addressed. That is not efficient.
Below are the most common integrations we do in the market:
Our system documentation process cover the areas below:
Crane Lifting Schedule Automation
We used to spend over $50,000 annually to get services from a provider in South Africa for generating Crane Lift Schedules. This made us quote very uncompetitively in leasing and hiring out our cranes within East Africa. Kensuluhu helped us integrate all the formulae so with parameters like crane model, land gradient etc, we are able to get the entire schedule with maximum lifts, swings etc. We are now able to quote better and make more sales! Asante sana Mr. Titus and team!
- Happy Customer
For systems that fall in our docket or existing integrations done by Kensuluhu integrators, we do offer very comprehensive support as helpdesk assistance or technical support for any issue affecting a smoother running of the system.
The support cycle is relatively simple with escalations from Level 1 to 3 whenever necessary and also depending on the SLA (Service Level Agreement) between ourselves and the customer.