Integration of 14 External Systems to the New M&SWP 3.0
Seamless data movement
Rapid solution deployment
Seamless integration with Teamcenter Workflows
Maintain existing integrations with 14 external systems (some bi-directional) without making any changes to the downstream/upstream integration.
Business flows spanning over multiple systems to provide immediate feedback to all systems
SharePoint Integration: Instant reaction to users input in SharePoint lists and files
Integration with SharePoint workflows to provide real-time status of Teamcenter data in SharePoint
All interfaces generate three auditing files for every execution: Error messages, Warning messages, and Audit messages
Both manual and automated interfaces are recorded and tracked through Teamcenter auditing objects, where all information and relations are stored
Interfaces not only load data but also trigger downstream workflows, processes, user input, and other interfaces when the data demands it
- Users are only asked for review and feedback when required
eQube-MI monitors Teamcenter, SharePoint, File systems, and Home-built systems to keep data moving continuously when required
eQube-MI moves finished TcRA reports and information into multiple SharePoint environments to keep the published SharePoint information up to date
eQube-MI’s multithreaded engine processes hundreds of connections simultaneously while concurrently managing priority and demand of simultaneous interface triggers
eQube-MI processes input to and from many formats: Formated text file, Excel files, Oracle database, SharePoint lists and files, files on the network, and Teamcenter
Interfaces seamlessly integrate with Teamcenter workflows as the standard user action, thus not disrupting any Teamcenter processes while eQube-MI works
eQube® Products used
Business Process Modeling | Orchestration | Business Integration
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