The client, an American multinational consumer electronics retailer, sought a solution to optimize its data and integration landscape. The organization’s integration groups were siloed, leading to duplication and non-standardization, mismatching point-to-point interfaces with their data formats, interfaces controlled by various application teams, and duplication of integration points. The client hoped to find a solution that would improve visibility, governance, project team builds, and data and code reuse.




Wipro created a reusable integration framework for data transfer. Wipro began with implementing an integration competency center to standardize and govern integration across the client landscape, with a global factory model for process and resource optimization. To rationalize data and interfaces, 600 message-based and 3,000 ETL interfaces were implemented, and canonical messages were defined and used for data reuse. Point to point integrations were abolished, data and processes were formalized, and technology stacks were consolidated, leading to better resource utilization.




The solution led to a 70% reduction in efforts and interface development was achieved by defining set of patterns for data transfer. Integration reusability increased to 40%, reducing data duplication and increasing standardization. of the integration platform was reduced by consolidating tools and technologies by 30%. An accurate estimation model and an enterprise-wide standard data definition were put in place for governance.

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