We Have More Than 15 Years of Experience Building Systems for Fortune 500 Companies

APIs have been called the driver of the digital economy. Companies that get APIs right from a strategy and architecture perspective will have potential for new revenue streams based on significant growth of the app market and the explosion of APIs that support them.

We create flexible architectures and service-oriented business applications that enable enterprise agility. Through our many client engagements and rigorous capture of best practices, we have built SOA methodology, patterns and standards that are unrivaled in the industry.

Our methodology covers the complete services life cycle from strategic concepts such as roadmaps and governance models to standards for developing, testing, and running large-scale SOA infrastructures. Our proven SOA methodology is called the Quick Start Rulebook (QSR), and it defines an approach to designing business services, events, rules, business processes, common business objects, and the common components to support SOA.

Our hundreds of successful SOA projects – including some of the largest ever undertaken – have given us the insight and experience necessary to create industry-leading service and solution offerings that quickly add value to SOA efforts and business process automation. We offer proven, out-of-the-box services for common utility functions required for SOA.

Jumpstart Your SOA and ESB Implementations

Our Veracity software solutions include logging, error handling and transaction monitoring, and ensure your SOA and ESB implementations start off on solid footing. Veracity Logging is a SOA-based software product that provides a framework to log interactions between services. Veracity Exceptions is a SOA application and framework for end users that provide a standard service interface for applications to raise and handle errors. Veracity Transactions is a business-user tool to monitor business transaction steps, events and information in the context of a transaction. The SOA Gateway provides a common interface for utility services that simplifies deploying SOA-based solutions.

Did Your SOA Project Hit A Dead End? We Can Move It Forward

Our experts have been tapped many times to help turn around struggling SOA projects. Typically conducted in a 3-4 day timeframe, our fast-paced SOA health check closely examines your current effort and produces a formal report recommending corrective actions. Our health check creates a set of actionable tasks to get the SOA process and project(s) on track to ensure proper ROI.

We Pave the Road Ahead

On the heels of our SOA health check and readiness assessment, we develop a more formal SOA roadmap and blueprint detailing the priorities and timeline for building services based on business value, reuse, supported business processes, and IT assets. Our outlook aligns the need for organization, people, process and technology change with the strategic objects in a rationalized and prioritized timeline.

Our SOA Systems Blueprint Strengthens Your Outlook

The SOA blueprint is a concrete realization of a strategic SOA plan, transforming the vision of the plan into actionable deliverables, goals, and objectives. It provides a breakdown of proposed services – identified through domain decomposition and strategic planning – to which projects in the portfolio can be mapped. As a result, IT will have a more objective means for service discovery and realization, in addition to a formal representation of the value of the SOA as it evolves.

We’ll Train Your Team

A SOA effort limited to an architecture exercise will have limited success; your staff should also be trained with specific roles in mind. Our SOA Boot Camp is the answer. We offer courses on the design phase of developing a service-oriented solution from an architect's perspective. We provide you with our baseline agenda and suggested training modules for the roles within your organization. We then collaborate with you to customize the course materials by role, technology, processes, and culture. Students learn service design principles and how to apply them to analyze, identify services and design a SOA solution.