The Business Case for an Enterprise Messaging Hub

Integration of business processes between your enterprise and others presents unique challenges beyond the trials you face with enterprise application integration alone. And this "B2B integration" becomes even more challenging as your trading partner community grows to include more partners and collaborative business processes. But what if we start over and take a fresh look at the problem?

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Case Study: Hartman Rauta Oy

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Hartman Rauta Oy (Hartman) had been using IBM Lotus Notes V7 software as its legacy e-mail and messaging platform. Although satisfied with the existing system, the company wanted to take advantage of updates and improvements available in the latest version. Hartman also wanted to implement a virtual group working environment to support improved communication and collaboration. Learn how Hartmann managed the update. Read More
 
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