Like many enterprise grade SaaS platforms, LogiSense Billing supports a client server architecture. The illustration below provides a logical view of the system.
The client is Windows IIS based and hosts the admin and customer portals. The admin portal is the interface through which an administrator configures the platform, creates their catalog offerings and pricing and administers customer accounts. LogiSense provides a set of widgets to assist customers in implementing their own portals.
The server is partitioned into a set of micro-services representing the various logical pieces from rating and mediation to billing and invoicing. This model is extremely scalable as each micro service can replicate itself to handle larger throughputs. This model also scales well vertically as it introduces the possibility of deploying services in their own virtual environment to avoid resource contention.
LogiSense Billing also integrates with 3rd party software through protocol and API methods. These include tools for provisioning, data flows for data migration and REST APIs to access core functionality in the product. All APIs are secured via JWT tokens and require role based authentication.