Sharing information and communicating with multiple systems
Do you want different systems or applications to intercommunicate and share information? In that case, you can have a 1-on-1 custom API connection developed. But if you require connections with multiple different systems, middleware is the solution you’re looking for. Consider middleware as a power strip to which you can connect other types of software systems in a direct, easy way without requiring new, unique API every time. It’s an intermediate layer for communication and data management. Hence the term ‘middleware.’
“Way2Web is a great collaborative partner. They quickly understood what we were looking for. Based on that, they developed a robust, secure portal. As a result, we can swiftly connect new customers to our HRControlNet system, so we can work on social security with them.”
Stable and secure
Middleware ensures different processes, applications, and components can exchange information. It doesn’t always involve different servers — middleware can also enable applications on your laptop to intercommunicate.
Stability is paramount. If one of the communicating parties is temporarily unavailable (for example, due to maintenance), this software should be able to handle it. Middleware should collect information later on and automatically send notifications on malfunctions. Another prerequisite is excellent security during the exchange.
Developing middleware comes with high quality, reliability, and security requirements. Only an expert, certified software developer can guarantee a high-quality solution.
Way2Web developed middleware for HR service provider Robidus (among others), enabling the organization to automatically collect information from its customers’ absenteeism software. Read the case or watch the animated video.
Here's why Way2Web is the go-to expert for your middleware
- Technical business foundation, which means we think from your organization’s perspective
- Sustainable, future-proof solutions
- Professional middleware development using the latest techniques
- Development according to the CIA triad, which stands for Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability
- ISO 9001, ISO 27001, and NEN 7510 certified
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