A non-destructive and disruptive technology framework
A non-destructive and disruptive technology framework.
The next generation of integrating application information.
With OpenLayer, a disruptive technology, all legacy system can be accessed from any browser including mobile, instantly. OpenLayer encapsulates the user centric interface into API for a seamless real-time integration between legacy and cloud & ESB.
The Nexus of Forces has made traditional application architectures obsolete, and digital business demands more agility than ever. OpenLayer architecture empowers development teams who must adopt to support modern requirements.
OpenLayer prepares organizations for cultural disruptions by exploiting the existing technologies and bridging them to the modern technologies. .
Anytime/anywhere access to any business application via any web browser.
Personalize user experiences across internal, external, and cloud services.
Minimize application & business process integration time by eliminating the need for application and database level development.
Learn about the business challenges that the OpenLayer framework addresses.
Gain an understanding of how OpenLayer transforms your Business Process efficiency.
Learn about OpenLayer’s innovative technology design and architecture.
Gain a solid understanding of OpenLayer’s easy user interface and design.
OpenLayer supports a robust, Personalized User Experience (UX). Configurations are managed at three levels: user, group, and system.
No Code Changes
OpenLayer preserves all existing application business logic. No Customer Application nor Database coding is required.
No Client Install
OpenLayer is a true Web 2.0 application that supports all web browsers; there is no client software to install.
OpenLayer brings existing trusted legacy application’s to Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) compliance.
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Don’t just take our word for it. Here are a few things that users have had to say about OpenLayer, and how they’ve been able to apply it in their everyday business practices.