ESB – Enterprise Service Bus – data bus use to transmit digital data in an orderly manner between systems.

At present, no major company cannot rely on one comprehensive business application. Enterprises employ a growing number of increasingly complex systems. Enterprise service bus (ESB also called rail integration) is used for data integration, which are located in different systems supporting the activities of the company (eg. ERP, MRP, MDM, CRM, WMS), or exchange business data between companies and institutions. In most cases, these systems operate independently and are not configured in a way that allows free flow of information between them. Data bus ESB gives you such an opportunity. The implementation of ESB unifies communication between systems, ie., All the information from all systems connected to the bus can be exchanged. This approach is consistent with the concept of SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) – Service-Oriented Architecture, which allows to cover the business needs with limited user intervention in the technical details of the system.

Documents exchange
Integration of files
in different formats
Exchanging EDI messages in formats: EDIFACT, cXML, IDOC, xCBL, OpenTrans, eBisXML, Comarch XML