Harness the power of connection through a modern systems integration platform

The KPMG KRIS Connected Platform is an enterprise integration, data, and shared services SaaS offering. The solution utilizes best-in-industry third-party software, cloud services, and accelerators designed to support the needs of an enterprise. The platform is delivered as a managed service in a secure commercial cloud.

The core solution differentiates itself in the market for a variety of guiding principles. First off, it is cloud native which improves reliability and ease of management while reducing total operating costs. Secondly, the platform is built with a container-first mindset, which maximizes developmental efficiencies and cross-cloud consistency. The KRIS Connected Platform is also built to be scalable, resilient, and elastic to meet the performance needs of a wide variety of departments and transaction volumes. Additionally, the platform is compliant with industry standards to reduce interface and integration modules complexity while resulting in better performance and reliability. The best-of-industry software and infrastructure components included with the product helps ensure that the System Integration Platform Investment made will be future-proofed and any future module changes can be seamlessly intertwined. Lastly, the platform is guided by extensibility to enable multi-cloud deployment to keep pace with evolving industry directions.

In addition to the core platform outlined above, there are extensions of the product to various sectors. Within the Medicaid domain, there are four capabilities of the KRIS Connected Platform that drive the business value of the product’s extension. The first is the Medicaid Enterprise Reference system models, which results in streamlined business processes. It helps ensure alignment with the modularization strategy of any state and across all stakeholders. Secondly, the Canonical Message Model capability results in improved communication. A common language is established across all module vendors, promoting interoperability and maximizing efficiencies. Thirdly, standards-based orchestrations are available to support Medicaid module integration and promote operational efficiency.  All Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) business areas are supported, along with target state workflows through out-of-the-box pre-built orchestrations. This capability allows for decoupling of module vendor specific interfaces which provides flexibility to plug-and-play module vendor’s solutions easily. Lastly, the Operational Data Store (ODS) allows for improved reporting through point-in-time data across all modules. This type of storage provides for insights into the current state of business operations through central reporting and supports tracking of key performance indicators across the entire enterprise.

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