Neebal designed an event-based data queuing mechanism in order to synchronize various systems to make SAP the source of data.
Messages were placed inside the queue for changes, which are subscribed by various systems based on the topic. The systems include SFDC and allied application for sales and operations.
Hosted API to validate message count or missed messages for the day or for past messages upto a month
Neebal assembled a team of industry experts, business analysts and content writers to survey and understand the pain areas to be addressed.
Based on the requirements and solutions discussed, mockups with single process flows were created. These mockups helped the client in visualising the system even before it was built. This helped those who were unaware of the workings of IT systems to give feedback and suggestions for further improvement.
The solution architect created and introduced a configurable workflow based on defined rules and conditions. This workflow was scalable to meet the client’s ever-evolving business methods.
Post the client’s sign off on the workflow, the application was launched and tested for effectiveness and efficiency at client sites with a pilot run in a supervised group of 100 participants.
All systems are in full sync with maximum difference being 5 mins
No source system failure/overload in case of a message update
Highly available parallel processing without performance overload on destination systems