British Airways picks NEON's iWave solution
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NEON Systems Inc., a Sugar Land, Texas, provider of e-business integration solutions, has announced that British Airways has selected NEON Systems' iWave Integrator product, a part of the iWave Solution, to integrate its outsourced service desk operations.
With more than 50 iWave Interfaces for customer management applications, enterprise management systems, data and transactions, NEON Systems' iWave Integrator provides its integration capabilities from a single open infrastructure, the company said. NEON said iWave Integrator empowers organizations to participate in e-business by enabling real-time, bi-directional integration of information in any manner they wish -- between different applications, across multiple computing platforms and over the Internet with partners, customers and vendors.
IWay embeds IBM WebSphere into its back-office solution
IWay Software, the middleware arm of New York-based Information Builders, has announced it has embedded IBM WebSphere Software into its back-office integration solution.
Five major components of the IBM WebSphere Software have been leveraged by the iWay Software product line, according to iWay. The iWay Application Server is now powered by IBM's WebSphere Application Server Advanced Edition; e-commerce extensions from WebSphere Commerce Suite are included with the iWay Commerce Suite; MQSeries provides the foundation of iWay Messaging and Queuing; MQSeries Integrator has been embedded into iWay Enterprise Integrator, and VisualAge for Java has been extended to become the iWay Application Developer. Specialized iWay Software components help simplify the process of creating complete e-business solutions for enterprises with complex back-office environments, according to iWay.
Brokat aligns products with IBM, BEA application servers
Brokat Technologies of San Jose, Calif., has announced that Brokat Financial Applications products now operate on IBM WebSphere 3.5.2 and BEA WebLogic 6.0 application servers, as well as on Brokat Advanced and Enterprise Servers. These applications will be available for immediate shipment in North America, and Brokat will announce availability elsewhere later this year, the company said. Brokat said the move is a commitment to support solutions based on Sun Microsystems' Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition and Enterprise Java Beans standards.
The company said its Brokat Financial Applications exploit Brokat's user-centric m-business platform services, including multi-channel gateways to various end-user devices and out-of-the-box connectors to front-end and back-end banking and brokerage systems.
Cincom joins forces with OASIS to support XML
Cincom Systems Inc. said it has joined forces with OASIS, the international interoperability consortium, to support the development of industry standards for XML. Cincom said it has been enhancing its products to fully support XML inflow and outflow, and said OASIS sponsorship is part of that direction.
Cincinnati-based Cincom joins more than 140 organizational members that use XML to solve business problems, according to an announcement. OASIS members provide, use and specialize in the implementation of technologies that make standards work in practice and are dedicated to lowering the barrier of entry to Internet-enabled business, according to the consortium.
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