System Integration



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Integrated systems, or systems integration, is the process of bringing together component sub-systems into one functional system. It provides a system with coherence by making the parts or components work together, or ‘building or creating a whole from parts’ (Langford, 2013).

It has particular relevance to information technology – where different pieces of hardware and software act together as a coordinated system – but also civil engineering and infrastructure projects, where it can be viewed as a distinct phase of the delivery process. The interactions between subsystems enable the integration of sometimes apparently disparate systems, adding value to the system as a whole in terms of increased efficiency, accuracy or cost-effectiveness.