Announcing Caristix Converters
We gave you a sneek peak at our new Caristix technology, converters, in a previous blog post, Cutting Interface Costs, Continued. In this blog post, we discussed a big area where interface costs are extremely high: migrating from a legacy interface engine to a newer engine technology.
We had several customers tell us that out connectors were saving them a lot of programming time. But was there a way to use the connectors to migrate their interfaces? Now, there is. The Caristix converter reads the interface configuration in one engine, and outputs it in the new engine format, transforming all interface configuration in one engine, and outputs it in the new engine’s format, transforming all interface attributes.
We put out a press release today announcing our partnership with iNTERFACEWARE, a leading integration engine provider, to support the development and production of the first-ever interface converter. This new Caristix technology, which is now available as a beta release, allows users to automatically migrate interfaces from the Mirth Connect interface engine to iNTERFACEWARE’s Iguana integration engine. You can read the entire press release here.
To see the Caristix converter in action, visit: http://www.caristix.com/blog/2014/01/cutting-interface-costs-cont/
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the prototype and ask about joining a beta.
Both iNTERFACEWARE and Caristix will have representatives at this year’s annual HIMSS conference in Orlando (Booth: #2229) where they will be discussing their respective integration solutions.
If you’d like to meet us at HIMSS, please contact us to set up an appointment: