Princeton, N.J. (Prweb) April 15, 2020
OpenLegacy, the market leader in microservice-based APIs for legacy and core systems, recently partnered with a major global insurer to modernize its legacy system to make it more web and mobile friendly. The OpenLegacy solution automates Java code generation, building new workflows in hours instead of weeks.
This diversified global insurer is one of the largest property and casualty insurers in the United States, ranking in the Fortune 100 list of largest corporations in the United States. With nearly $40 billion in annual consolidated revenue, it has almost 1,000 locations worldwide and offers a wide range of insurance products and services.
The organization needed a flexible solution to ensure access for a multitude of users across divisions with thousands of different scenarios. The development team wanted to capture green screen data as code and then reuse the code in specific scenarios for users across all divisions, a perfect fit for OpenLegacy’s technology.
The OpenLegacy platform automatically created reusable software development kits (SDKs) in Java that the insurer uses to transform the green screen process.
OpenLegacy is flexible enough to handle virtually any legacy system or situation, whether connecting to screens; creating APIs to connect legacy systems to any digital solution; or any other applications requiring fast and easy development of APIs and microservices.
“We needed a far more efficient, agile solution to deal with hundreds of screens and thousands of user scenarios,” said the CTO of the insurance company. “OpenLegacy automated Java code generation, allowing us to reuse it across many interfaces. This has already saved a significant amount of time and money.”
The OpenLegacy hybrid integration platform - recently adopted by Fortune 500 companies such as Citi, Union Bank, FIS and BNP Paribas Cardif, among others - automatically generates microservice-based APIs from any core system. It can bypass complex ESB/SOA middleware from legacy vendors and related labor-intensive professional services.
“The insurance company benefits from increased agility, getting on-demand solutions that accelerate development speed while reducing maintenance costs,” said Zeev Avidan, Chief Product Officer of OpenLegacy. “Global enterprises are discovering daily that they are no longer limited by their legacy systems or cumbersome middleware stacks, freeing them to develop the apps their clients’ demand.”
OpenLegacy’s Digital-Driven Integration enables organizations with legacy systems to release new digital services faster and more efficiently than ever before. It connects directly to even the most complex legacy systems, bypassing the need for extra layers of technology. It then automatically generates APIs in minutes, rapidly integrating those assets into new and exciting innovations. Finally, it deploys them as standard microservices or serverless functions, giving organizations speed and flexibility while drastically cutting costs and resources. With OpenLegacy, industry-leading companies release new apps, features, and updates in days instead of months, enabling them to truly become digital to the core. http://www.openlegacy.com.