|Products||Adeptia Connect, Adeptia Integration Suite (AIS)|
Adeptia is a Chicago-based software company. It provides application to exchange business data with other companies using a self-service integration approach. This business software helps organizations quickly create automated data connections to their customers and partners and automate pre-processing and post-processing steps such as data validation, exception handling and back-end data integration.
Adeptia's products are designed to help onboard customer data, implement real-time interfaces between systems, connecting with cloud applications, automate business processes, publishing APIs, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) integration and to enable Service-oriented architecture (SOA). Adeptia is being used by organizations in various industries including Insurance, Financial Services, Manufacturing, Logistics, Government, Healthcare and Retail. Adeptia technology provides Data Integration, Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Business-to-business (B2B) Integration, and Business Process Management (BPM) software capabilities.
Adeptia technology has been developed using Java, XML and Web Services technologies. They are available in both traditional on-premises as well as cloud-delivery models. For cloud deployments, Adeptia utilizes the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).
Adeptia is notable for being the most comprehensive "all-in-one" business integration software on the market that combines Data Integration, Enterprise Application Integration, Business-to-Business EDI capability and Business Process Management on a core SOA architecture.
Adeptia offers the following two software products that combine to help businesses create automated data connections with their customers and partners while automating manual tasks.
1. Adeptia Connect: An iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Service) business application designed for use by non-technical business users to create integration connections. Traditional integration and connectivity solutions are developer tools that are designed to be used for engineers and programmers.
2. Adeptia Integration Suite: A full-featured integration platform that provides the following capabilities:
- B2Bi Software : Business-to-business Integration software designed to integrate customer and partner data with any application or database using industry standards such as EDI X12, HIPAA and EDIFACT.
- ETL Software: Data parsing and mapping software for aggregating information from many sources into databases.
- ESB Software: Process centric, SOA-based Enterprise Service Bus middleware for real-time integration interfaces.
- Enterprise Application Integration
- Enterprise service bus
- Comparison of business integration software
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