KBRW FRAMEWORKSOur frameworks are basic software components that we integrate into our solutions to meet generic needs. Our wealth of experience has enabled us to identify some of the more common issues faced by our customers.Contact us
KBRW FRAMEWORKSOur frameworks are basic software components that we integrate into our solutions to meet generic needs. Our wealth of experience has enabled us to identify some of the more common issues faced by our customers.Contact us
To resolve these issues in the best possible way, we have developed software components – frameworks – built using a simple and robust code (minimalist code), to meet a specific need in a basic way. We combine these frameworks and their sequence order to overcome the more complex issues faced by our customers as a whole. The customer-specific features are integrated using additional lines of code.
Our methodology is based on an in-depth understanding of the issues our customers face and our capacity to break those issues down into individual requirements. Identifying those requirements is key to creating the logical core of our solutions.
Our expert knowledge of these frameworks is a real asset for Kbrw, enabling us to offer the most appropriate solutions. We constantly strive to further develop our frameworks and create new ones to meet emerging customer needs. Those needs may be technical as well as business-related.
To resolve these issues in the best possible way, we have developed software components – frameworks – built using a simple and robust code (minimalist code), to meet a specific need in a basic way. We combine these frameworks and their sequence order to overcome the more complex issues faced by our customers as a whole. The customer-specific features are integrated using additional lines of code.
Our methodology is based on an in-depth understanding of the issues our customers face and our capacity to break those issues down into individual requirements. Identifying those requirements is key to creating the logical core of our solutions.
Our expert knowledge of these frameworks is a real asset for Kbrw, enabling us to offer the most appropriate solutions. We constantly strive to further develop our frameworks and create new ones to meet emerging customer needs. Those needs may be technical as well as business-related.
FLOWFlow is a framework used to monitor the solution’s non-functional activity (NFR). It provides all the information linked to the standard operation of APIs and services that appear as tables, graphs or logs in the solution. It can be used to set up a customized alert system, which warns users if the solution is not operating normally. That’s why Flow is a core part of our monitoring tool.
BPMBPM is a framework for managing states. It enables complex processes to be orchestrated and automated. The core of BPM comprises a Finite State Machine (FSM), which guarantees the framework’s transactional nature. BPM generates a view of the finite state machine, showing potential and past transactions. It also enables transactions to be logged.
SYNCSync is a framework designed to synchronize data and events. It enables different systems to collaborate. Data from multiple sources and in multiple formats can be integrated and aggregated with this framework.
RULESRules is a framework for implementing decision rules. It is used to configure and view the functional rules for making a decision in different business cases. Depending on how critical the decision is and the flexibility required, the rules can either be directly implemented in the code, or managed by the user via a dedicated interface. The framework automatically generates a visual representation of the corresponding decision tree.
UIUI is a framework for creating interfaces. It can be used to develop tailored graphic user interfaces, which integrate the customer’s visual style guide. It is simple to integrate into our customers’ existing interface tools (our UI framework in Webflow is a good example).
VIEWOur View framework is used for measuring KPIs and reporting. It also generates a results view in the solution’s interface. KPIs are customized according to customers’ needs. View can be used to help generate predictive models.
FLOWFlow is a framework used to monitor the solution’s non-functional activity (NFR). It provides all the information linked to the standard operation of APIs and services that appear as tables, graphs or logs in the solution. It can be used to set up a customized alert system, which warns users if the solution is not operating normally. That’s why Flow is a core part of our monitoring tool.
BPMBPM is a framework for managing states. It enables complex processes to be orchestrated and automated. The core of BPM comprises a Finite State Machine (FSM), which guarantees the framework’s transactional nature. BPM generates a view of the finite state machine, showing potential and past transactions. It also enables transactions to be logged.
SYNCSync is a framework designed to synchronize data and events. It enables different systems to collaborate. Data from multiple sources and in multiple formats can be integrated and aggregated with this framework.
RULESRules is a framework for implementing decision rules. It is used to configure and view the functional rules for making a decision in different business cases. Depending on how critical the decision is and the flexibility required, the rules can either be directly implemented in the code, or managed by the user via a dedicated interface. The framework automatically generates a visual representation of the corresponding decision tree.
UIUI is a framework for creating interfaces. It can be used to develop tailored graphic user interfaces, which integrate the customer’s visual style guide. It is simple to integrate into our customers’ existing interface tools (our UI framework in Webflow is a good example).
VIEWOur View framework is used for measuring KPIs and reporting. It also generates a results view in the solution’s interface. KPIs are customized according to customers’ needs. View can be used to help generate predictive models.
KBRW FRAMEWORKSOur frameworks are basic software components that we integrate into our solutions to meet generic needs. Our wealth of experience has enabled us to identify some of the more common issues faced by our customers.Contact us
KBRW FRAMEWORKSOur frameworks are basic software components that we integrate into our solutions to meet generic needs. Our wealth of experience has enabled us to identify some of the more common issues faced by our customers.Contact us
To resolve these issues in the best possible way, we have developed software components – frameworks – built using a simple and robust code (minimalist code), to meet a specific need in a basic way. We combine these frameworks and their sequence order to overcome the more complex issues faced by our customers as a whole. The customer-specific features are integrated using additional lines of code.
Our methodology is based on an in-depth understanding of the issues our customers face and our capacity to break those issues down into individual requirements. Identifying those requirements is key to creating the logical core of our solutions.
Our expert knowledge of these frameworks is a real asset for Kbrw, enabling us to offer the most appropriate solutions. We constantly strive to further develop our frameworks and create new ones to meet emerging customer needs. Those needs may be technical as well as business-related.
To resolve these issues in the best possible way, we have developed software components – frameworks – built using a simple and robust code (minimalist code), to meet a specific need in a basic way. We combine these frameworks and their sequence order to overcome the more complex issues faced by our customers as a whole. The customer-specific features are integrated using additional lines of code.
Our methodology is based on an in-depth understanding of the issues our customers face and our capacity to break those issues down into individual requirements. Identifying those requirements is key to creating the logical core of our solutions.
Our expert knowledge of these frameworks is a real asset for Kbrw, enabling us to offer the most appropriate solutions. We constantly strive to further develop our frameworks and create new ones to meet emerging customer needs. Those needs may be technical as well as business-related.
FLOWFlow is a framework used to monitor the solution’s non-functional activity (NFR). It provides all the information linked to the standard operation of APIs and services that appear as tables, graphs or logs in the solution. It can be used to set up a customized alert system, which warns users if the solution is not operating normally. That’s why Flow is a core part of our monitoring tool.
BPMBPM is a framework for managing states. It enables complex processes to be orchestrated and automated. The core of BPM comprises a Finite State Machine (FSM), which guarantees the framework’s transactional nature. BPM generates a view of the finite state machine, showing potential and past transactions. It also enables transactions to be logged.
SYNCSync is a framework designed to synchronize data and events. It enables different systems to collaborate. Data from multiple sources and in multiple formats can be integrated and aggregated with this framework.
RULESRules is a framework for implementing decision rules. It is used to configure and view the functional rules for making a decision in different business cases. Depending on how critical the decision is and the flexibility required, the rules can either be directly implemented in the code, or managed by the user via a dedicated interface. The framework automatically generates a visual representation of the corresponding decision tree.
UIUI is a framework for creating interfaces. It can be used to develop tailored graphic user interfaces, which integrate the customer’s visual style guide. It is simple to integrate into our customers’ existing interface tools (our UI framework in Webflow is a good example).
VIEWOur View framework is used for measuring KPIs and reporting. It also generates a results view in the solution’s interface. KPIs are customized according to customers’ needs. View can be used to help generate predictive models.
FLOWFlow is a framework used to monitor the solution’s non-functional activity (NFR). It provides all the information linked to the standard operation of APIs and services that appear as tables, graphs or logs in the solution. It can be used to set up a customized alert system, which warns users if the solution is not operating normally. That’s why Flow is a core part of our monitoring tool.
BPMBPM is a framework for managing states. It enables complex processes to be orchestrated and automated. The core of BPM comprises a Finite State Machine (FSM), which guarantees the framework’s transactional nature. BPM generates a view of the finite state machine, showing potential and past transactions. It also enables transactions to be logged.
SYNCSync is a framework designed to synchronize data and events. It enables different systems to collaborate. Data from multiple sources and in multiple formats can be integrated and aggregated with this framework.
RULESRules is a framework for implementing decision rules. It is used to configure and view the functional rules for making a decision in different business cases. Depending on how critical the decision is and the flexibility required, the rules can either be directly implemented in the code, or managed by the user via a dedicated interface. The framework automatically generates a visual representation of the corresponding decision tree.
UIUI is a framework for creating interfaces. It can be used to develop tailored graphic user interfaces, which integrate the customer’s visual style guide. It is simple to integrate into our customers’ existing interface tools (our UI framework in Webflow is a good example).
VIEWOur View framework is used for measuring KPIs and reporting. It also generates a results view in the solution’s interface. KPIs are customized according to customers’ needs. View can be used to help generate predictive models.