To share, on the basis of highly variable criteria (dates, places, etc.), the EAN network hotels available nights with a network of European partners, respecting the different approach of each to the data management.
A web application that makes intuitive the creation of extraction processes availability, allowing the use of the same process for one or more partners. An architecture capable of horizontally and vertically scaling up, able at supporting very high performances.
A Business Process Engine Cluster (Camunda) for the parallel management of processes (one for each configured process) capable of distributing the computational loads on multiple nodes and capable of managing, by applying modular drivers (plugins), the output dispatch on different channels and with different formats.
Process Management (BPM) is a systemic approach for capturing, designing, executing, documenting, measuring, monitoring, and controlling both automated and non-automated processes to meet the objectives and business strategies of a company (BPM Common Body of Knowledge). A BPMN Engine automatizes the execution of process diagrams built with a specific notation. We use BPMN 2.0. This approach allows us to define processes that anyone can understand and transform them into digital sequences made by user tasks rather than automations, by creating a strong consistency between what we decide to do and what really happens.