Visual Integration Processor

Visual Integration Processor

Report Author(s): Daniel Howard

Visual Integration Processor is a .NET based rapid application assembly framework for integrating software. It acts as ‘software glue’, allowing you to very easily assemble existing applications and other software components into a single, automated business process or application. Its chief gain to efficiency comes in its ability to eliminate the need to write large quantities of generic ‘plumbing’ code that is normally needed to pipe software together, opting instead for a user-friendly, drag-and-drop flowchart model that is vastly quicker and easier to use.


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