PrimeSoft engineers provide know-how at a very high level and have a diligent as well as solution-oriented work attitude. Their great expertise in the area of enterprise service bus adds up to the fact that we feel professionally consulted and advised at all times.”
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts is an international hotel chain in the high-end segment, offering work opportunities to some 16,000 employees. The group currently runs more than 80 hotels and resorts. In recent years, the hotel group has grown significantly and a range of new hotels and resorts have been opened.
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts' high-speed growth led to an increasing number of interfaces in the company's IT architecture. The original „spaghetti architecture“ was no longer able to handle the high number of interfaces. As a result, some systems stopped functioning and could no longer be monitored. In addition, changes or new integrations could only be accomplished with very high effort.
As a result, Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts evaluated enterprise service bus solutions of six different suppliers. PrimeSoft won the bid mainly due to Mövenpick's positive experiences with two previous projects with us. Another reason was PrimeSoft's excellent price-performance ratio.
Benefits of the new solution for the customer:
automated data exchange
time savings due to automation
facilitated integration of new IT systems
flexible expansion possible at anytime
significantly reduces errors
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts recognized the features of the modular service enterprise bus solution OneConnexx by PrimeSoft. OneConnexx allows for automated data transfer and integrates different IT systems in an unlimited way. The company particularly appreciates the excellent, service-oriented architecture at a reasonable price level.
At the beginning of the project, 50 connectors were integrated. Today, there are more than 950 interfaces including variations in more than 20 different forms. Two major benefits of OneConnexx are the flexible options regarding extensions and the easy integration of additional connections.