The company says no previous experience in Java programming is required to use the tool to build Web applications and services. Skyway is attempting to provide a simplified and intuitive interface that removes the complexity of programming in J2EE. Developing in Skyway Builder is a completely code-free, according to the company.
The ability to build reusable business processes in a fraction of the time that it once took has proven invaluable to eSigma's customers, says Troy Haaland, founder and chief architect at the business-to-business commerce platform company. "The time saved by using Skyway Builder has not only freed our engineers to focus on real business problems," he says, "but has also provided the opportunity to pass the resulted savings on to our business partners and customers."