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OneShield Transaction Platform

At the heart of OneShield Enterprise is a scalable metadata-driven transaction platform, built around a powerful workflow engine with rules and execution capabilities.

Through the transaction platform, OneShield’s pre-built workflows encompass not only data validation and underwriting referral, but also control dynamic user interface behavior, form selection conditions, automated task creation, process metrics, and automated assignment, to name a few. The transaction platform is easily accessed by almost any application and allows clients to create their own user interface.

Execute Multiple Jobs At Once

A sub-system executes work asynchronously. Single jobs can be run in the background or batches of jobs can be run simultaneously. Jobs and batches can run on a schedule, invoked on-the-fly by OneShield workflows, or triggered remotely.

Integrate With Data Warehouses

For external data warehouse integrations, OneShield Data Exchange Format (DXF) provides the XML in a non-transformed OneShield Canonical format for easy imports and exports.

Sophisticated Workflow Modifications

The transaction platform allows for robust workflow changes, including pre-defined workflows for transactions with straight-through processing (STP); configuring action sequences and milestones in a process and designing “smart tasks” triggered by workflow actions.

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Vivek Gujral Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer

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