Increasingly, the different systems and applications that provide support to the business need to interact with each other to create value in a business’ chain of features and information.
The guiding principles of a services architecture allow different systems in heterogeneous environments and technologies to interact with each other in a standardized manner through well-defined service interfaces.
EF has extensive experience in the integration of its solutions in heterogeneous environments with multiple backend solutions. Accordingly, it has developed over the years a portfolio of flexible connectors that link up through well-defined interfaces with third party systems. The architectural model of our solutions envisage the reuse of connectors. In situations where the customer has special systems it is easy to develop connectors as the final solutions transparently integrate with the technology base of the customer. Examples of typical integration connectors are: MQSeries, Webservices, SNAGw, FTP, email, JDBC, Flexcube generic gateway SIBS MFT and PRT, among others.
Our solutions integrate with third-party solutions through connectors and provide services that can be easily reused by third-party solutions.
Flexcube is a core banking system on which EF has developed expertise, not only in terms of implementation (parameterization and testing of the solution), but also as regards the integration and extension of functionality through:
The multi-channel electronic banking platform of EF integrates with different backend systems through connectors for various central banking systems. This platform simultaneously exports services that can easily be integrated and reused by third-party solutions.
Integration gateway with SIBS and EMIS through PRT (Real-Time Protocol) and MFT (MULTIBANCO File Transfer). The solution developed by EF is extensible and adaptable to each bank by implementing specific connectors for its central system, and parameterizing the modules according to each bank’s requirements.
This solution covers the following areas:
Integration gateway and the processing of integration files with UNICRE. This solution is extensible and adaptable to the specifics of each bank and its central systems, through connectors.
Integration of core banking systems with the SWIFT network through message processing gateways.
This backoffice application developed by EF provides a means of communication between credit institutions and insurance companies. It aims to respond to the fulfillment of the reporting obligations from Decree-Law 222/2009 (Portugal), of 11 September.