Open source-based legacy integration platform provider OpenLegacy announced a partnership Wednesday with Seis Delta, a leading consulting firm based in Mexico that specializes in business process automation solutions, IT Infrastructure, re-engineering and process governance.
“For every large-scale business process automation project, integration is one of the weak points when not addressed with the right solution," Seis Delta Principal Eduardo Espinosa said. "Now, with OpenLegacy, we can ease the integration planning and execution and keep these critical projects moving forward. Our customers are thrilled with the integration flexibility of the API Platform as it allows tactical integration points to be created in a timely manner, increasing the overall benefit of the project to our clients."
The OpenLegacy platform allows companies to extend their back end IT systems as standard APIs so that any customer or partner is able to connect via mobile, the Web or cloud applications, with minimal cost.
OpenLegacy's product suite gives Seis Delta the ability to extend legacy systems, including IBM i, mainframes and databases to today's applications.
"We are thrilled to be working with Seis Delta and its eminent customer base," OpenLegacy Senior Vice President of Global Sales Rolin Zumaran said. "The combination of Seis Delta's consultants' passion and experience together with the unique OpenLegacy API platform in B2B and legacy application integration solutions will allow crucial business process automation and other modernization projects to move forward for many key enterprises in Latin America and elsewhere."