Australian software developer, InfoComp, today announced the release of Composer Business Integration Server to further support InfoComp's wrap and fund administration platform, extending Composer's Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).
The latest release of the Composer suite will now be integrated with the new Composer Business Integration Server (CBI).
Managing Director InfoComp, Rob DeDominicis, said, "This latest release is further proof of InfoComp's commitment to continually upgrading our technology as part of our support and maintenance agreements."
"Our strategy towards a Service Oriented Architecture started two years ago with the release of Conductor for Straight Through Processing and for access to business processes."
ComposerWeb and Composer's Reporting frameworks have now been integrated into the new Composer Business Integration Server along with STP functions such as transaction loading and account modifications.
Integration into existing back office systems is now easier with Composer using the new Composer Business Integration Server (CBI). The SOA platform is flexible and the existing IT investment in server class platforms such as IBM MQ Series and Tivoli can be utilized, hence increasing the ROI.
"The Composer Business Integration Server has points of integration from Email gateways and data feeds via CSV to multiple SOAP service coordination," Mr DeDominicis said.
"These new features have already been successfully implemented at three client sites and because they were delivered as part of our maintenance and support programme they required no additional fees."
"We hope to announce the take up of the new offering with several other clients over the coming months."
These developments further support InfoComp's latest initiative "Composer ASP", which will deliver Composer over the web to a wider audience.