[WSO2Con EU 2014] Case Study: WSO2 in Social Protection context

  • By WSO2Con EU 2014
  • 3 Sep, 2014

The Social Assistance Automated Information System is intended to collect, store, process and distribute information to central and local public authorities, individuals and legal entities on beneficiaries, institutions and services of the social assistance system. Interoperable with more than 10 institutions, handling approximately 160,000 social benefits requests per year, this is one of the most complex information systems in the Republic of Moldova. Ministry of Labor, social protection and families trusts the award winning WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus technology to address the interoperability requirements and WSO2 Business Rules Server to manage complex legislation rules.

Presenter

Gabriel Popa
Independant Consultant, Iello-Dev srl

Gabriel is an independent consultant working in the field as an enterprise, integration and application architect. He is involved in the architecture, design and implementation of SOA and other architectures, primarily in the public sector. Previously, as a SAP Consultant he had to deal with complex systems integrations.