We integrate our software with big data platforms, allowing us to make the best possible use of data with BI or data mining tools.

Lightweight and distributed architectures—such as MSA, EDA, RTP or hybrid—under the most widespread frameworks and tools, to define or modernize the technology stack for the platform that makes up the companies’ software.

Cloud Based

The integration-oriented cloud infrastructure, together with QA automation tools, continues to enable release promotion with minimal effort—increasing business value and ensuring quality.


Tools like Swagger and components like Zuul, API Connect and WSO allow us to APIfy and exhibit our services.

Big Data

We integrate Big Data solutions into our architectures through non-relational databases for RTP, data lakes, distributed caches, auxiliary storage and other solutions.

SPA Architecture:Single Page Application

The page only loads once and the flow is not transferred, as the front end is responsible for implementing all the presentation logic, loading the static resources (HTML, CSS) and dynamic resources initially, and later on demand (in response to user actions) through REST communication (by AJAX - XML ​​or JSON).

This enables the modularization and lazy loading of static resources, so that performance is fully optimized and under control.

  • TypeScript as the SOA language, data models and views.
  • Dependency injection.
  • Integrated testing tools for TDD and E2E.
  • Logs module (info, warning, error).
  • Improved UX and rendering speed.
  • Abstraction of implementation logic.
  • Standard components for AJAX and REST communication.

MSA: Microservices Architecture

A microservice is an autonomous service capable of cooperating with other services, which presents its various functionalities through APIs. It’s the natural result of applying the principle of sole responsibility.

It must be autonomous, which means it has to implement its own functionality and mechanisms of error control.

Each microservice implements a specific functionality, and is the only one within its entire ecosystem to implement that particular functionality.

Agile architecture—like that of microservices—allows us to quickly incorporate value, in the form of software, into production.


They can be called upon by different systems, acting as puzzle pieces.


Each one of them presents a functionality that can be distributed and balanced according to the needs of the demand.


The modification of a module will not affect the operation of the other components.


It’s possible to develop modules with different programming languages.


Only the tests of the module in question must be passed, avoiding the testing of the entire application.


Allows different versions of the module to be executed and monitored in isolation.


It’s not necessary to deploy the entire application to test the module that has been modified.


Differentiated access control can be specified for each of the modules.

Control Errors

An error in one module doesn’t burden the entire system.


APIs (application programming interfaces) act as digital glue that unites services, applications and systems.

This union makes it possible for the information generated to be used together with services and other applications, in order to provide new products and services by opening new business channels.

They enable the use of other software functions, which greatly facilitates:

Code reuse, optimizing costs and quality.

The ability to link different devices within IoT.

Technological support for new and innovative projects.

APIs as a universal language in the digital world: standardization.

Highly efficient integration with external systems.

New ways to reach customers, generate revenue and build strategic alliances.