Our front-end concept is based on the revolutionary new idea that the design of the systems and their interrelationships should not begin at the core systems but rather at the other end.
Until today, core systems has been driving the screens and processes. When a business process analyst wants to implement a new banking product, he has to work with the data, the fields and the processes these systems provide.
On the other hand, we think that the process should start with designing the screens the users will see and use. Therefore it is not the core systems that determine what are on these screens or how they look like. On the contrary, the well designed processes and user screens should orchestrate the systems that are in the background.
This way the business process analyst or system organizer can now take into account productivity and usability when designing user screens.
When following this approach, the front-end framework integrates all underlying systems. This will result in a faster, cheaper and more flexible integration.