Cybernetica has brought a new solution to the market: Managed UXP
Cybernetica’s interoperability solution Unified eXchange Platform (UXP) is already used in a variety of different locations across the world, from Japan to Ukraine, from Namibia to Tunisia and Greenland, and many others. The traditional approach to UXP is well suited to countries and large organisations that have the resources, technological maturity and will to implement the platform on-site and invest in its maintenance.
In recent months, Cybernetica has rolled out a new interoperability as a service approach to complement the interoperability product portfolio. It’s called Managed UXP and - as the name promises - the whole process from implementation to maintenance will be wholly managed by Cybernetica. Some of the partners have already either given it a test or are in the process of starting to use it.
Managed UXP is a version of Cybernetica’s well-known data exchange platform UXP, but in this case Cybernetica takes care of all the tasks that are usually considered as non-productive overhead by customers. This way the customer can focus on the core value of the UXP, which is data interoperability and the benefits it yields.
One big difference between regular UXP and the Managed UXP is that it’s a cloud-based service. If your processes or business is not restricted by strict no cloud-policies, this would be the best way to implement interoperability. However, the Managed UXP contains all the features of the traditional UXP, such as consent management and data access tracking for the end user or legally binding evidence of data exchange.
Perhaps the biggest benefit with the Managed UXP is the possibility to trial it before use. Data exchange solutions that facilitate interoperability are a crucial part of digital transformation on any scale, however, they can be relatively complex. The possibility to actually test-drive such a big component of any digitalisation process is totally novel and likely the first of its kind.