IFS Applications and Digital Transformation

In a recent article, Amy Eager, IFS Technical Solution Architect, North America, explained how modular and layered software architecture is allowing enterprises to adopt new technologies faster.

Service-Oriented-Architectures (SOA) that are layered are far more flexible than traditional enterprise solutions.  In these architectures it is possible to update one layer without impacting other layers of technology because the database, business logic, and presentation layers are insulated from one another.

The modular layered architecture of IFS Applications takes flexibility even further by adding configuration layers in between to reduce the need for code modifications.

Ms. Eager explains in full detail how the flexibility of this technical architecture empowers businesses to adapt quickly to regulation changes, as well as to incorporate new technology rapidly.

Read the full article in Industry Today: Laying the Foundation for a Digital Future



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