Mindtree engages with customers to evaluate their integration needs and assess disparate ecosystems. We identify specific problem areas and provide customized EAI and BPM solutions.
We work closely with customers to evaluate which SOA and Business Process Management tools optimally suit their needs. Mindtree helps customers understand the pros and cons of tools for integration scenarios. We conduct product evaluations and continually advise customers to make the right decisions. Our EAI and BPM Center of Excellence (CoE), with its vast experience provides valuable consulting services and tool/technology recommendations.
Adapter development is one of the most complex components of an integration solution. It requires the use of the Existing Application’s API or the APIs provided by EAI tools. We have expertise in EAI tools like IBM WebSphere, Oracle SOA suite, TIBCO and BizTalk, which provide a suite of adapters for packaged and legacy applications/databases. Our EAI practice carries out significant adapter development work for integrating SAP and Mainframe Applications for leading global organizations.
Mindtree has devised innovative solutions to integrate backend legacy systems with front-end applications like portals and CRM solutions. We provide expert solutions using leading EAI tools like IBM WebSphere, Oracle SOA suite, TIBCO and BizTalk. Our proven expertise in Mainframe, AS/400, databases, and other legacy applications give us an edge in complex integration scenarios.
Mindtree’s dedicated SAP practice using both traditional EAI tools and SAP XI has built expertise in cutting edge SAP Integration solutions.
Mindtree partners with enterprises that need to enable their SOA based architecture and help them thrive in a competitive market. Our iterative approach and best practices ensure proper lifecycle process implementations along with SOA deliverables as depicted below.
We have a robust and well-defined methodology to deliver quality solutions for all EAI and BPM projects. Each activity is further elaborated into pre-requisites, templates, checklists and guidelines. Our process-driven methodology goes through four phases –initiate, involute, implement and finally, roll out.