Scheer PAS Model Driven Integration

The innovative Low-Code integration platform

Do your IT systems work perfectly together?

If not, significant potential for optimization is available to your company. This is because intelligently linked IT systems are more transparent and they can be adapted much more quickly and with greater flexibility. At the same time vulnerability to failure and down time is reduced.

The smart networking of all systems, processes and also people within a company is one of the key factors for success in this age of digitization.

We are the team of experts you need when dealing with model driven IT integration. For over 20 years we have been working on complex integration projects and, thanks to the low-code approach we adopt, provide agility, speed and transparency to our customers in over 50 countries.


Transparency – the model driven approach from Scheer PAS delivers unique transparency over your processes, systems and data. The foundation for this lies in our use of the graphic modelling languages UML and BPMN. The models function as a common language, understood quickly and without problem by all those involved in your company.


Speed – the adapters we use run natively and therefore with high levels of performance. Every web-service communication and associated processing is compatible with practically every other protocol supported. As the micro-services are executed in our own process room, down times are reduced significantly. In this way we achieve high levels of stability for the entire solution and avoid a “single point of failure”.


Stability – the system is mature and proven in many implementations in practice. Model-driven system integration offers many security features. For example, the transaction sequencing logic is mapped in UML state machines. Furthermore, a “history state” can preserve the entire history of condition changes and, in case of failure, this can be accessed again via a retry signal. Processing can start again at exactly the same point at which the error had previously occurred. Furthermore, each micro-process runs as an independent operating system process. The increase in requirement for resources as complexity increases is therefore linear. In comparison with a traditional information infrastructure, only a fraction of the server resources are required. This way you not only achieve improved system stability but also greater cost predictability.


Agility – comes from the low-code approach we adopt and the use of a micro-service application architecture. You will no longer have any down time when new or changed services are launched. The requirement for regression tests is minimal and furthermore you can execute most changes yourself at any time.

Overview of system integration