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IBI + IBM = EAI
The latest entrant in the race to support IBM's MQSeries Integrator Version 2 is Information Builders (IBI) with its Middleware Technology Group's 'Enterprise Connector for MQSeries Integrator'. The product provides SQL access to over 80 different data sources, and should prove a good fit with MQSI. In addition, IBI has announced support for IBM’s WebSphere Application Server.

EAI COMPARION: IBI + IBM = EAI IBI + IBM = EAI M. Reed - December 14, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - December 14, 2000 Event Summary Information Builders (IBI) , has announced support for IBM s (NYSE: IBM) MQSeries Integrator Version 2 via IBI s Enterprise Connector for MQSeries Integrator product. The combination of the two products provides application support on over 35 different platforms and over 120 relational, non-relational, transaction, and application sources. Information Builders has worked with IBM to
12/14/2000

J.D. Edwards Chooses Freedom to Choose EAI
J.D. Edwards announced a new corporate vision that extends its ‘idea-to-action’ to inter-enterprise collaboration expressed in the phrase ‘freedom to choose’. In other words, take the best of ERP, CRM, eBusiness, and business intelligence components, plumb it with possibly the best of EAI and the workflow integration components and create something called collaborative commerce ‘best-of-breed’ mishmash.

EAI COMPARION: Chooses Freedom to Choose EAI J.D. Edwards Chooses Freedom to Choose EAI P.J. Jakovljevic - July 27, 2000 Read Comments P.J. Jakovljevic - July 27, 2000 Event Summary At its FOCUS 2000 annual user group meeting, which took place in Denver on June 19-22, J.D. Edwards top executives unveiled a slew of initiatives that they claim will really change the enterprise applications vendor s direction. According to its press release from June 20, J.D. Edwards announced its Freedom to Choose business strategy
7/27/2000

Saga Continues Roll Out of EAI Tools
Saga Software announces availability of its Sagavista 1.1 Enterprise Application Integration software which is supposed to provide a faster messaging layer for improved performance, an enhanced Application Developer Kit (ADK), Unix support, agent adapters for Adabas« and 3270/5250 emulation.

EAI COMPARION: Continues Roll Out of EAI Tools Saga Continues Roll Out of EAI Tools M. Reed - February 21, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE) Continuing its roll out of its e-business integration flagship product suite Sagavista, SAGA SOFTWARE, Inc. (SAGA) (NYSE:AGS) announced the availability of Sagavista 1.1, which provides a faster Messaging layer for improved performance, an enhanced Application Developer Kit (ADK), Unix support, agent adapters for Adabas(R) and 3270/5250 emulation which p
2/21/2000

Vignette of an EAI Vendor (So to Speak)
Vignette Corporation has announced a comprehensive, three-tiered Java™ technology strategy that encompasses tools, applications and a complete Java technology-enabled platform. The Vignette V/5 e-business platform will support Java Server Pages (JSP’s) and was announced at Sun Microsystems 2000 Worldwide Java Developer Conference.

EAI COMPARION: Vignette of an EAI Vendor (So to Speak) Vignette of an EAI Vendor (So to Speak) M. Reed - June 23, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - June 23, 2000 Event Summary Vignette Corporation has announced a comprehensive, three-tiered Java technology strategy that encompasses tools, applications and a complete Java technology-enabled platform. The Vignette V/5 e-business platform will support Java Server Pages (JSP s) and was announced at Sun Microsystems 2000 Worldwide Java Developer Conference. As part of the
6/23/2000

To BEA or Not to BEA: Is That the Question?
BEA Systems Inc., announced that twelve Business-To-Business and Enterprise Application Integration vendors have teamed with them to provide e-business solutions, as members of their BEA Professional Service Provider Program. These new providers span the United States and the EMEA (Europe-Middle East-Africa) markets, and will leverage their vertical market and e-business expertise to implement the BEA eLink™ suite.

EAI COMPARION: major players in the EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) space, with an approximate market share of 16.2% (the only player in the market estimated to be larger is IBM, at 21.6%). The trick to EAI is typically consultancy, since every company designs their business processes differently. Despite what many vendors claim, there is no true out-of-box solution, so a strong partnering with consulting firms which are trained in the EAI and B2B arenas is a very wise move. What remains to be seen is
7/6/2000

Mercator Continues to Suffer Turmoil - Can They Stay on the Map?
What’s new at EAI vendor Mercator Software? TEC updates a report from August 2000. Mercator Software has found themselves on a long and rocky road, where the bumps have included loss or reassignment of most of their executive management team, a precipitous drop in market capitalization, and an uncertain future. On the upside, Mercator has announced a 50% increase in revenue for October and November 2000 compared to the same period in 1999, and also announced a major sale to Amazon.com.

EAI COMPARION: Software (NASDAQ: MCTR). See EAI Vendor Mercator Drops to a Lower Place on the Map for complete details). The vendor missed their second quarter earnings estimate by 4 cents a share (predictions were 8 cents a share), and dropped 54 percent in value. Estimates showed the stock at $24.75. The company reported higher than forecasted marketing expenses for Q2, and the fact that Ira Gerard, the CFO, was stepping down due to health reasons. Since that time, Mercator stock has nose-dived to $4.31 (as of
1/9/2001

One Vendor s Quest to Garner a Global Sourcing Ecosystem
Having started as a business-to-business integration provider for a few major retailers in the United Kingdom, Eqos has evolved into a full-fledged, worldwide provider of global sourcing and supplier management solutions.

EAI COMPARION: an enterprise application integration (EAI) tool with message brokering services into one that offers strong business process management (BPM) services. However, in the spirit of the adage “when one door closes, another opens,” Eqos has lately regrouped around leveraging the sourcing best practices (know-how) it has learned with the high-profile clients above into a global sourcing and supplier management application solution set. Eqos s knowledge, expertise, and proven technology with its early
10/12/2007

Brio Technology Enters the ETL Market
Brio Technology (Nasdaq: BRYO) today announced Brio.Impact 4.0, an upgraded version of the industry's first analytic application designed specifically for revenue optimization. Available immediately, Brio.Impact 4.0 includes an integrated extraction, transformation and loading (ETL) capability.

EAI COMPARION: architecture event driven, define middleware, distributed middleware, eai middleware, integration middleware, it middleware, middle ware, middleware, middleware application, middleware applications, middleware architecture, middleware benefits, middleware defined, middleware definition, middleware designed, middleware framework, middleware implementation, middleware overview, middleware products, middleware services, middleware software, middleware solution, middleware solutions, middleware standards, middleware support, middleware systems, middleware technologies, middleware technology, .
11/24/1999

Ramco Enterprise Series


EAI COMPARION: Ramco's presence in the enterprise application space involves a number of vertical markets such as service organizations (financial, government, education and health care), asset intensive organizations (aviation, fleet management and utilities) and manufacturing industries (process and discrete).

J.D. Edwards Saved By SCM, Narrowly, And Only For Now
On March 5, J.D. Edwards reported financial results for Q1 2001. Although the company posted a symbolic profit, the revenue decline begs the question why the company seems to be in a doldrums at the same time when its competitors seem to be upbeat.

EAI COMPARION: from investing in 3rd-party EAI products to link disparate best-of-breed systems together - is attractive, but mostly to more agile and risk-taking companies. This is a more sophisticated approach than the traditional EAI one given that most other vendors only enable users to integrate 3rd-party packages by providing them with application programming interfaces (APIs) that then require further coding. The Catch 22 is whether this will sustain the company s business in the long term. While J.D. Edwards
3/30/2001

Extricity Makes a Move into IBM’s Sphere of B2B Influence
B2B/EAI software vendor Extricity announced that International Business Machines is shipping the Extricity B2B platform as part of IBM’s WebSphere BtoBi Partner Agreement Manager. An OEM alliance with IBM is bound to provide Extricity with additional credence and leverage in the ever-expanding B2B/EAI market.

EAI COMPARION: strategy. Many of the EAI and B2B vendors, including vendors who are pure-play in one of the two technologies, consolidators of the technology, and new entries to the field, are attempting to jump on the WebSphere bandwagon, especially by incorporating integration with IBM s MQSeries Integrator Version 2, and support for the WebSphere Application Server. (See prior TEC news analyses under EAI for related developments). As the line between software for business-to-business and enterprise application
1/23/2001


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