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Trubiquity Aims To Tighten SaaS Processes With TRUcore


Managed File Transfer (MFT) and business process integration specialist Trubiquity has launched version 3.0 of its TRUcore service oriented architecture (SOA), a technology offering, which is designed to simplify the integration between people, processes and systems in a SaaS (Software as a Service) model.

TRUcore aims to unify customer’s business processes by structuring large applications as a collection of services connecting enterprises across global communication protocols and standards enabling members to connect, move, and share key business information.

The new version of TRUcore is said to provide innovations and enhancements that make it more secure and easier for customers to collaborate on a global level. With a new enriched user interface, the company hopes that developers will enjoy easy and intuitive navigation while they are optimizing application structures.

Also new in version 3.0 is an encryption option allowing for a community based key instead of individual encryption keys and streamlining processes within a community. The new security option will be available to community originators to align with the originator’s specific security requirements.

Data encryption is one of the key features of the TRUcore applications, TRUexchange (exchange of large files) and TRUsource (RFQ management) enabling secure large file transfer. While most web based, large file exchange solutions only encrypt the connection of the web browser to the server (https) — the TRUcore applications encrypt all data with a 1024 Bit key.

"We've done a great deal of work in TRUcore Version 3.0 to enhance the service oriented architecture for Trubiquity’s suite of SaaS process automation solutions. Our solutions such as TRUexchange, TRUunity, and TRUsource which automate critical business processes, connect manufacturers and suppliers worldwide, while integrating with IT systems and improve collaboration across the globe despite differences in communication protocols, time zones and languages," said Dave Foster, global technology director at Trubiquity.


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