DENVER, April 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Visual Integrator Consulting is pleased to announce that our client, Brightline Trains (also known as Virgin Trains), has been named the winner of the 2019 Boomi Blue Challenge.
Selected from a list of projects around the world, Virgin/Brightline through their partnership with Visual Integrator, exceeded the market expectations by demonstrating not only how to implement business solutions quickly with extraordinary results on the Boomi platform with DevOps approaches, but how to leverage microservices for reusability and flexibility.
"We are proud of our team and client. We want to thank our partner Boomi for the support in ensuring customer success and providing a complete digital platform, as well as Virgin and Brightline for trusting us as their implementation and solution architecture partner," said Jordan Braunstein, CTO of Visual Integrator Consulting.
Visual Integrator's team was able to develop and deploy a complete microservices architecture to create the foundation of all Virgin and Brightline Trains' applications and business processes across their enterprise. The implemented solution integrates Virgin and Brightline reservations, ticketing, payments, ecommerce, and points of sales systems, as well as mobile and web applications.
"Visual Integrator Consulting teamed up with Jeff Schappert, Senior Vice President of Technology at Virgin/Brightline, in utilizing Dell Boomi microservices and API tools to deliver an innovative user experience via mobile and web," stated David deBoisblanc, COO of Visual Integrator Consulting.
Visual Integrator Consulting has a unique ability to anticipate the complexities that often arise in companies and apply Microservice, API, and DevOps methodologies for rapid problem solving and benefits. Our company understands how to best design and develop a fully integrated solution. For more information about our services, please visit our website at http://www.visualintegrator.com or contact us at email@example.com.
SOURCE Visual Integrator Consulting Inc.