Enterprise Mashups to Support Your Business Objectives

Business users have become more technically adept, and they expect more accessibility and flexibility in their business applications. Many have become accustomed to the high standards of customization they encounter on the Web. And they’re demanding a similar experience from the organizations for which they work. Discover tools that enable your employees to contribute substantial strategic value to your organization.
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