Integrating Business Process Management (BPM) with internal ERP, CRM and optionally external systems is often a complex technical challenge. SoftryLink, developed by our company, addresses this challenge. It's a framework designed to streamline the process of BPM integration, making it more manageable and efficient.
The framework simplifies the integration process by reusing generic, standardized components and patterns that we've already developed through our experience in implementing customer projects.
The key technical advancements of SoftryLink for seamless system integration are listed below.
Simplified Business Process Automation
Utilizing common integration patterns and reusable components, the SoftryLink framework significantly streamlines the development lifecycle. This results in reduced redundancy, lower implementation and deployment costs, and diminished maintenance overhead, contributing to a more efficient development process.
ESB: Centralized Integration Point
SoftryLink, as a framework, is designed with a modular architecture, incorporating a suite of interoperable connectors for BPM, ERP, CRM and external systems. This modular structure facilitates the separation of integration logic from business process operations. All the system integration logic is implemented just in one place (ESB) which improves overview and simplifies maintenance.
Hybrid Process Automation Support
Unique to our approach is the generalized support for both automated and manual processes within the BPM framework. This hybrid model ensures that automated workflows are seamlessly integrated with manual interventions, providing a comprehensive solution for managing complex business processes.
Microservices-Based Deployment Model
SoftryLink embraces a microservices architecture, ensuring robust and distributed deployment capabilities, both in cloud environments and on-premise setups. This architecture promotes independent service scalability, maintenance, and resilience, aligning with modern distributed computing paradigms.