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Modernizing Legacy Case Platforms with Composable Case Management

David Kelly


12 Jul 2023

Effective case management has always been a challenge for legacy case management solutions. Legacy solutions often prove to be inadequate, requiring modernization to meet the evolving needs of businesses and their customers. One such approach to modernization is the adoption of Composable Case Management.


Capabilities and characteristics of Composable Case Management

  • Modular Components: Case management functionalities are encapsulated as modular components, which can be developed independently and combined as needed, providing the flexibility to assemble a customized case management solution. 

  • APIs and Integration: Composable Case Management relies on well-defined APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) that enable seamless integration between different components. This allows organizations to integrate best-of-breed solutions and leverage existing systems or services.

  • Configurability and Extensibility:  The platform supports the configuration of workflows, data models, user interfaces, and business rules to match your unique requirements.

  • Scalability and Agility: As the organization grows or its needs change, new components can be added or existing components modified without disrupting the entire system. This scalability enables organizations to stay ahead in a dynamic marketplace. 


The benefits of Composable Case Management 

  • Flexibility and Customization: Organizations can use the technology to tailor their case management solutions to their specific needs, and select and integrate components that align with their requirements, resulting in a highly customized and efficient system. 

  • Faster Time to Market: By leveraging pre-built, reusable components, organizations can accelerate the development and deployment of their case management solutions. The faster time to market enables them to respond quickly to market opportunities and stay competitive. 

  • Integration Capabilities: Composable architectures prioritizes integration, allowing organizations to seamlessly connect case management systems with other enterprise systems. The result is enhanced collaboration, and information sharing across different departments or agencies. 

  • Future-Proofing:  Organizations can easily replace or upgrade individual components without disrupting the entire system, ensuring longevity and scalability. 


Salesforce Integration with Document Management offers Case Management as a Service

Salesforce offers a powerful solution to modernize legacy case management systems. By integrating Salesforce with a document management system, organizations can unlock the following benefits: 

  • Centralized Case Data: Salesforce integration enables the consolidation of case data from disparate systems, providing a unified view of cases across departments. This comprehensive view facilitates collaboration, improves decision-making, and enhances customer service. 

  • Agile Workflow Automation: With Salesforce's flexible workflow automation capabilities, businesses can design and modify case management workflows to adapt to changing business rules and requirements. This agility increases efficiency and reduces manual effort. 

  • Advanced Reporting and Analytics: Salesforce's robust reporting and analytics tools empower organizations to gain actionable insights from case data. Customizable dashboards and real-time analytics enable informed decision-making and proactive case management. 

  • Seamless Document Management: Integration with a document management system allows for efficient storage, retrieval, and management of case-related documents. This feature enhances document collaboration, version control, and compliance management. 



Composable Case Management empowers businesses to streamline case handling, enhance customer experiences, optimize resource allocation, gain comprehensive insights, foster collaboration, and ensure data security. Book a call with Proventeq's experts to discuss how you can leverage composable case management for your organization.