SCEX Now Supported on Linux
The Sherman programming team has been busy again! Our consumer loan calculation engine, the powerhouse SCEX, can now be run on the popular open source platform, Linux. While Windows may own a large majority of the desktop market, more and more application providers are using back-end systems powered by Linux due to its robust and easily accessible nature.
The Windows version of the SCEX provides a Loan Server Service which allows any system capable of communicating via TCP/IP to harness the power of the SCEX. But some developers may want to completely remove the need for any Windows boxes from their solution. Our programming team decided it was time to address this segment of the marketplace, thereby increasing SCEX versatility. Now those developers who want to completely remove the need for any Windows boxes from their solution can do so using Linux with our SCEX.
It is with great pleasure that Sherman and Associates announces that in addition to Windows, the SCEX is now available for the Intel x86 (32 bit) and Amd64/x86_64 (64 bit) Linux platforms. If you use either of these two platforms, you may now access the SCEX directly.
If you are interested in using the SCEX for your application on these or any other platform, please contact us. We are happy to provide demo versions with sample code and documentation for prospective partners, which ensure lightning-fast delivery and usage.