The insurance industry deals with a lot of information to provide customized solution to its recipients in different sectors. In todays’ world, providing services through desktop-based software in not enough to ensure ideal customer experience. Connecting with customers wherever they are is now a top priority for companies wanting to deliver larger business outcome in the future.
A Dutch-based social security agency, dealing with insurance benefits, was operating on Microsoft stack. They had multiple internal and external .NET apps that were developed as an integrated system and were not web-based. They were data driven and had an internal audit team that exposed data as web services but due to government restrictions they had to keep their infrastructure in-house. They wanted to rebuild most of their applications using Java.
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- Seamlessly import legacy app databases, map it, and reused business logic inside stored procedures. We also customized additional workflows
- Create a wrapper function (API) for all common services and workflows
- Develop a common visual framework to maintain a consistent look for all the applications
- Transition the client’s .NET-based applications into a Java-based system at a rapid pace without compromising on application design, control, and security
The low-code approach using WaveMaker helped set the base for client’s accelerated app transformation in the future.