Still Waiting? Or LOW CODE!

Pam Roman

Prolifics’ Craig Breakspear and Low Code Modernization  When your IT department developers are modernizing old applications or creating a new application for you, they’re generally writing code from scratch or linking together pieces of already written complex code. Low-code platforms take this to the next level – they are made up of reusable, connectable components that already have the complex … Read More

BOTs Help Mortgage Lender Keep Customers and Employees Happy

Pam Roman

A Midwest credit union (MWCU) providing a full line of financial service offerings to its members. Prolifics has worked with MWCU since 2014. Our Client Challenge The pandemic and subsequent shut down in March 2020 sent mortgage rates tumbling. This gave homeowners with mortgages the opportunity to refinance at a lower rate. Financial services companies, including MWCU, were inundated with … Read More

Faster Claims, More Control a Victory for Insurer and Patients

Chas Jordan

Challenge  Older system can’t keep up with today’s healthcare demands  HC’s claims-processing system was a homegrown, legacy environment — cobbled together using older technology that wasn’t seamlessly integrated. Running and maintaining the system had become untenable, creating several major headaches for the claims payer:  The system had become non-compliant with HIPAA.  The system was batch- and schedule-based.  The claims themselves … Read More

Your Guide to Automation Types

Pam Roman

Know When, and Which, Automation is Right for You You want your business to run smoother, your employees to be more productive, and your company to experience faster growth. The experts tell you that you must embrace automation. But what does that really mean? There are many choices and options based on what you’re trying to do. This blog cuts … Read More

A Powerful Data Audit Combination – IBM Streaming Queues and Prolifics GTM

Chas Jordan

What are streaming queues, and what is GTM? Released in July of last year, IBM MQ 9.2.3 added the “streaming queues” feature to IBM MQ queue managers. This feature allows you to configure a queue to put a near-identical copy of every message to a second queue (the streaming queues).  As noted by IBM, “streaming queues can be useful in … Read More

Modern Integration Means Better Data Flow for Distributor

Pam Roman

About our client – and an ongoing journey Our client, a medical and dental supplies company (MDSC), is based in New York State. With more than 25 distribution centers, it ships products around the world. Our original MDSC article involved outdated systems being handled expertly by older, but retiring, employees. MDSC could not attract younger workers for the old systems. … Read More

Visible, Observable, Auditable – What Integrated Data Should Be

Chas Jordan

Integration is a necessary and ongoing goal for all organizations. You can’t effectively compete if your own internal systems are siloed and don’t communicate well.  So, while integration is key, there are different integration methods that provide great benefits and opportunities to an organization, outside of the integration itself. At Prolifics, we don’t believe that integration should just be a … Read More

Modernization Journey Strengthens Bank’s Global Presence

Pam Roman

Our client, an international bank hold company (IB) headquartered in Japan, has an extensive global network of finance and business centers. This story focuses on Prolifics’ work with the North American branch of the organization.  About our client, an international bank Aligning Culture, Business Outcomes and Technology Our client’s challenge was one that many companies face. Their middleware, which typically … Read More

Prolifics Managed Services Deals Winning Hand for Gaming Company

Pam Roman

Our client, a large, national gaming corporation (GC), is a gaming and hospitality company based in the Southwest and is currently comprised of more than 25 properties in multiple states.  About our client  Challenge Multiple systems, older technology, limited resources GC was using multiple technologies and software products — both behind the scenes and in front of guests — to keep the business running smoothly. However, most of the technology was older, legacy systems that didn’t communicate with each … Read More

Modernization Means New Talent for Healthcare Supply Company

Pam Roman

Our client, a medical and dental supplies company (MDSC), is based in Long Island, New York. It ships products across the globe through more than 25 distribution centers.  About our Client Challenge  Older Systems Don’t Attract New Talent The accounts receivable department at MDSC is run by a group of long-term employees who expertly use one type of now-outdated software to track payments. … Read More