Information Systems Interoperability
Getting the full view of a complex business process requires integration of information and processes. The best way to integrate different a service-oriented architecture.
Interoperability is based on patters for integration across several systems, enabling faster and more effective responses to business transformation. Implementing a business architecture and solutions helps the organization to plan changes in advance.
Our goal is to leverage IT investments and make the systems of your
organization more effective to the needs of the business, and to help you to
achieve organizational goals in the most efficient way possible.
Internet of Things – IoT
The goal of the Internet of Things is to expand the power of the internet beyond computers and smartphones. The IoT is the network of physical devices – such as actuators and sensors – which allow these objects to connect and exchange data. "Connected things" are used to collect, send, and receive information.
Use our knowledge to process these data and turn them into information. Get the most from IoT to connect, manage, integrate and assess products, devices and mobile applications.
Exposing services via APIs to power mobile applications, web apps, or
databases allows users to monitor and control their "connected things".
Health systems are complex and fragmented. Over time, the ecosystem has evolved into a platform that generates and stores data, events and reports, drives workflows and feeds data to patient-centric portals and mobile applications. These systems are increasingly being used by most hospital centers.
However, providers are under pressure to protect data used in various contexts (e.g. regarding HIPAA), while trying to be adaptable and agile in their development techniques and responses to business needs.
Our expertise in carrying the clinical data of the citizens allows the observation
of the care line in their care pathway.
Financial Services Solutions
A free software integration platform that offers agility and digital transformation for financial services companies.
Exceptional customer experience and business agility have always been the
basis for competitive advantages in financial services. As initiatives such as
Open Banking kicked in, customers’ expectations for innovative, secure, and
digitally driven services are on the rise. Today's banks need to develop an
infrastructure to support new operational needs, while being able to easily adapt
and expand to new initiatives.
Identity and Access Management (IAM) Solutions
With the growing demand for privacy and use of user-driven data, there is no better time to choose a customer identity and access management strategy.
The identity and access management solution enables organizations to securely capture and manage all sources and forms of customer identity and profile data. This enables companies to better control and more flexibly access customers' applications and services.
Your ideal IAM solution should include the ability to ensure a secure and
intuitive customer experience that leads to more solid engagement.
General Data Protection Regulation
The Brazilian General Data Protection Law establishes the rules for the use of personal data in Brazil in the private and public sectors.
The objectives of the General Data Protection Law are:
• Right to privacy: to guarantee the right to privacy and protection of personal
data of citizens by allowing greater control over their data, through transparent
and safe practices, aiming to guarantee fundamental rights and freedom.
• Clear rules for companies: to establish clear rules for collecting, storing, processing and sharing personal data for companies.
• Promote development: to foster economic and technological development in a data driven society.
• Consumer law: to ensure free enterprise, free competition and consumer protection.
• Strengthen confidence: to increase the society’s trust in the collection and use of your personal data.
• Legal certainty: to increase legal certainty in the use and processing of personal data.
Telecommunication technologies went beyond simply exchanging messages and now it means paying bills, ordering food, ordering cabs, buying movie tickets, and even finding the location of your loved ones. The technological overview has expanded beyond the relationships between telecom operators and their subscribers. Application developers and third-party service providers take part in this context, such as banks, restaurants, news media, fashion and clothing and many other stakeholders.
We work with multiple telecommunications providers to digitally transform and build IT ecosystems that can meet today's requirements and challenges.