Florian Daniel Berlitz

“The investment in ApiOmat and our mobile apps reached an ROI in only a few months thanks to the instant data availability and digitalization of our data entry processes.”

Florian Daniel, Director Worldwide It, Berlitz

Backend Development

Use, build and share ApiOmat Modules to integrate data sources, orchestrate data and execute business logic. ApiOmat’s module framework makes integrating legacy systems, enterprise IT, SaaS and IoT devices 30% faster by generating standard code.

Modules

Build ANT or GIT-based modules in Java to add logic to ApiOmat. Developers can use their favorite tools and any necessary libraries in their ApiOmat modules. Share modules via any SCR or in the ApiOmat module market.

Data Orchestration

Combine data from multiple modules and only expose the necessary data and attributes to frontend developers. No need to worry about verisioning, as it is made simple with ApiOmat’s built-in versioning tool.

Out-of-the-Box Modules

Use production ready modules to connect enterprise IT solutions like LDAP, SAML, SAP or JDBC, just enter the system credentials. Once done, ApiOmat makes the data accessible to frontend developers via SDKs – no need to even think about an API.

Reuse

Share ApiOmat modules and reuse logic throughout any number of projects. The ApiOmat Module Market makes it simple for developers to publish and release their modules. Developers simply search for the right module, add it to their project and enter any necessary system credentials. That’s it.

ApiOmat Modules come with a built-in versioning tool, to ensure updating modules doesn’t disrupt any services.

Standard APIs

Stop writing APIs by hand and ensure every API follows RESTful best practices.

In ApiOmat, backend or frontend developers define their data models using the web UI. ApiOmat uses the data models to generate REST APIs. Since the data models and APIs are standardized, ApiOmat generates individual SDKs for each API that simplify the frontend development – so much that the developer doesn’t even need to look at the API documentation.