Service-oriented architecture allows you to manage your business services in a safe manner.

Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA-ESB)

Facilitate data exchange within your organization, with customers, suppliers and partners.

The implementation of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) in your organization addresses a need for both the agility and governance required for exposing your corporate services safely. The implementation of an enterprise service bus is a perfect example.

By opting for this type of architecture, your organization will reap benefits in terms of flexibility, reusability and interoperability, allowing you to significantly reduce your time to market.

Business Sectors

Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Financial Sector

Financial Sector

Service-Oriented Architecture allows financial sector organizations to communicate with business partners.

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Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)- Health Sector

Health Sector

The implementation of a service-oriented architecture is the preferred means to facilitate interoperability amongst the different ecosystems of the health network.

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Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)- Industrial Sector

Industrial Sector

Organizations leveraging a service-oriented architecture enable interaction with customers, suppliers and partners.

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SOA enables the sharing of services and rapid response to customer requests.


Facilitate exchange

Using an enterprise service bus (ESB) facilitates the implementation of a service oriented architecture (SOA) and the exchange of services within the organization.

Improve service

// SIDER is a solution respecting the principles of service oriented architecture that helps strengthen the first line by supplying the necessary information safely.



An implementation of a service oriented architecture helps consolidate the services of an organization and its various sites.