Business Processes

Business Processes

Evolutivo Platform 5 is the set of all the development carried out by the Evolutivo team in the last 6-7 years. We started by building a solution for Operations Management (a sort of very rigid and formal Project Management) based on graphic design done with external tools.

From that point we built a "Micro Services" framework called Business Actions and interfaced with a business rules management (Business Rules) to be able to launch any type of actions and customizations making extensive use of parameterization modules.

The qualitative leap in the development of a real platform, however, has arrived thanks to the technologies made available by a very important open source project, derived from vtigerCRM, and called coreBOS. This project provides a very important tool for the code versioning and allows the invention of "Business Perspectives", which add a "vertical" modularity, like a real puzzle that is composed for the final customer.

Today we use Evolutivo Platform as a basis for creating any software customers require. If it comes to digitizing human processes or interfacing with warehouse movements, the platform is ideal for speeding up deployment times and for containing customization costs.

Flexibility

Develop software solutions to manage large amounts of data and integrate with any enterprise system in a fast and reliable way, to arrive first on the market.

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Interfaces for other worlds

Evolutivo Platform, thanks to the base provided by coreBOS and additional micro-services based on the REST protocol, it allows to develop external applications using the desired technologies. Whether we're talking about HTML5, CSS, PHP, JavaScript, or AJAX, saving a lot of development time.

In the example of the screenshot the technology used was Angular.js and Google Material Design.

Web Service Development

A Web Service must be defined with a WSDL (or WADL in case of REST) and all responses returned by the Web service must respect the advertised WSDL. This can for example be tested with tools such as SoapUI or XMLSpy, which validate SOAPresponses against a WSDL

business processes