Your proven, world-class technology stack
Built on world-class architecture, PLEXIS technology is flexible, connected, and scalable, delivering automated functionality and streamlined efficiency throughout your business ecosystem. PLEXIS is a Microsoft certified partner with a Gold Application Development competency.
Building connectivity and integration with service-oriented architecture
The fundamental design principles of SOA and Passport facilitate limitless platform connectivity. Payers can implement independent apps without requiring an IT technician to access the PLEXIS platform. Loosely coupled services and functionalities communicate via the SOAP protocol. SOA facilitates the alignment of technology and business in terms of language and value.
Scalable, cutting-edge ESB performance
The enterprise service bus (ESB) integrated within PLEXIS’ core architecture delivers scalable, enhanced transaction processing. Utilizing the Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) messaging protocol, the ESB creates immense scalability by distributing multiple transaction processing messages in order to process greater volumes of transactions in the same amount of time or less. This solution enables multiple scaling options for reliable performance.
Passport connectivity services: empowering seamless integration
- Real-time or batch application integration
- WCF SOAP web services
- Flexible access to the core database
- Supports integration with portals, workflow tools, custom apps, and external products
- Flexible, agile, efficient
- The batch integration facilitates EDI for inbound and outbound files (X12, flat files, etc.)
- Configurable rules include flexible file mapping (“any to any”)
- Automates manual workflows
- Learn more about Passport here
Manageable multi-level security
PLEXIS security features include advanced encryption and configurable access across multiple roles. Designated personnel custom tailor a detailed security configuration, tightly controlling access to data at the Form level, Field level, Group data level, or the Individual member level. Interacting with Windows Active Directory, administrators can assign roles with permissions to edit data, view data as read only, etc.