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integrationnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˌɪntɪˈɡreɪʃən/
the ​process of ​combining two or more things into one: integration across sth We need to ​reduce the differences between ​localunits, with the ​aim of greater integration across ​markets.integration between sth and sth How can we ​achieve a ​higherlevel of integration between our ​company and our supply-chain ​partners?integration into sth The ​bookexamines China's integration into the ​globaleconomy.integration (of sth) with sth One of the company's weaknesses is ​poor integration of ​businessprocesses with ​informationsystems.close/smooth/total integration The new ​database will ​mean smoother integration with ​suppliers.
the ​process of becoming ​part of a ​group of ​people: integration (of sb) into sth The ​purpose of the ​inductionprogram is to encourage the integration of new ​staff into the ​team.integration with sth The ​managerassesses other aspects of a new employee's ​development, such as ​social integration with ​colleagues.
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