For 130 years, the “Swiss Army and Sports Knife” has been the epitome of a multifunctional tool. It was to contain all the attachments necessary for eating as well as for disassembling and assembling the Schmidt Rubin Infantry Rifle Model 1989: in addition to the knife and a can opener, a slotted screwdriver and awl. In this respect it is the forefather of all multifunctional tools – from the drill with different attachments for sawing, grinding and of course drilling, to the cordless screwdriver with bins for hexagon, slotted, cross and hexagonal screws, to the actesy metadata framework with more than 250 adaptors for the interaction of the most diverse software worlds.
Thus the actesy metadata framework today has more functions and interfaces than the largest of all Swiss pocket knives with no less than 141 functions (including such indispensable tools as magnifying glass, toothpicks and laser pointers). Unlike the actesy metadata framework, however, the “Wenger Giant” is no longer available. The “Swiss Army Knife of Digitization” is suitable for practically every challenge in information technology. It should therefore not be missing in any company.
Enterprise Application Integration
With 250 easy-to-use system connections (adaptors), practically all common enterprise solutions can be linked together at the data, function and process level under a uniform user interface, without the original solutions losing their release capability.
Data exchange between all systems
Through a normalized and individually configurable data model, the separate application silos can exchange data among themselves and access common data pools.
With the help of the modeling tool included in the actesy metadata framework, new business processes can be individually designed, whereby functions from different (and separate) applications can be accessed. With the graphical specification language BPMN 2.0 (Business Process Model and Notation), the business processes are not only designed but their execution is also monitored.