The Tote backs SOA in race to improve customer service

Betting group The Tote has built a service oriented architecture to present information about potential winnings to customers more quickly and cheaply.

Betting group The Tote has built a service oriented architecture to present information about potential winnings to customers more quickly and cheaply.

The Tote, which takes pool bets on horse racing from 59 racecourses, 540 betting shops and websites, is using the SOA to speed up the collation of data across these channels.

The system, which is based on SonicESB from ProgressSoftware, runs on a SQL Server 2005 database and Windows 2003.

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