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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 QPR: 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

EAI - The Crazy Glue of Business Applications
When companies create or change trading relationships or when they swap out business application systems, information systems professionals are required to build application system interfaces and alter transaction processing models. Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) Tools have matured nicely and continue to evolve making the job not only more simple but actually offering a preferred alternative to code-data-level integration alternatives. Selection of EAI tools must be based on technical capabilities that support the entire life-cycle of usage.

EAI QPR: EAI - The Crazy Glue of Business Applications EAI - The Crazy Glue of Business Applications J. Dowling - September 18, 2000 Read Comments The Promise of EAI Plug and Play business application system integration is the goal of investment in EAI technology. Buyers have a number of applications from various suppliers and a number of external trading partners with whom they want to exchange business transactions. EAI suppliers promote products that connect to a diverse set of applications (Adapters)
9/18/2000

systemfabrik Releases an EAI Product?
With the announcement of the immediate availability of Warehouse Workbench 4.0 (WWB), systemfabrik, originally an Extract/Transform/Load (ETL) vendor, is attempting to move into the EAI space. Whether the product can actually accomplish EAI remains to be seen.

EAI QPR: systemfabrik Releases an EAI Product? systemfabrik Releases an EAI Product? M. Reed - February 18, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary HAMBURG, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- systemfabrik, the leading European vendor of Information Integration products, has announced the immediate availability of Warehouse Workbench 4.0 (WWB). The new set of features prepares the ground for an enterprise wide platform for information transformation, thus bridging the gap from Data Marts to Enterprise Application Integration and
2/18/2000

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 QPR: 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

Software Technologies Corporation (STC) Prepares to go Public
Enterprise Application Integration vendor Software Technologies Corp. (STC) announced the filing by the company of a Registration Statement with the Securities and Exchanges Commission relating to the proposed initial public offering of up to $100 million of its common stock.

EAI QPR: efforts on their eGate EAI suite. This follows news of a success for STC on an implementation at Petsmart Inc. (a Phoenix-based pet supply chain), where the eGate product was used to integrate SAP R/3 with Point-Of-Sale systems from NCR Corporation. In order to complete the integration, Petsmart tied SAP and the NCR system into an Oracle 8 database and used eGate to marry the application programming interfaces together. The time required to process store transactions into the ERP system was reduced from
3/3/2000

Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 2: Where Is It Now?
Enterprise Application Integration has changed massively in the past two years. Where is the market, and what vendors are left in the game?

EAI QPR: Integration in general and EAI in particular. A great many of the players have changed in the vendor arena, new terminology ( buzz-phrases like IAI, or Inter-Enterprise Application Integration , and e-Business Infrastructure Enablement , or B2Bi, has arisen out of the marketing machine, and customers are generally confused as to just what vendors are offering and how it may (or may not) solve their business problem. In addition, the strong downturn in the technology economy has affected many vendors
9/6/2001

webMethods Gets Active (Software That Is)
In May webMethods Inc. announced that it will purchase Active Software Inc. in an all-stock deal. The purchase is worth approximately $1.3 Billion. WebMethods is a vendor of B2B e-commerce integration software, and the acquisition of Active allows them to extend their integration strategy for extended supply chain and business-to-business e-commerce.

EAI QPR: and the Netherlands. Since EAI is most important to large, multi-national corporations, this should help to increase their market presence. Some of webMethods existing customers include Dell Computer, Lucent, and Bell Atlantic. Active claims approximately 200 customers in verticals such as telecommunications, government, manufacturing, and transportation. User Recommendations Customers evaluating Enterprise Application Integration solutions should be cautious at this point. The market is beginning to
6/7/2000

NEON Systems Moves Further into Enterprise Application Integration
NEON Systems has signed an agreement to develop and distribute Sterling Software's SOLVE:Diplomat product. Diplomat has been used to integrate disparate Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and call center systems. NEON intends to evolve it into a unified EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) solution.

EAI QPR: into a single, unified EAI product line encompassing major computing platforms and applications. This key expansion of the NEON Systems product family will provide a comprehensive EAI solution. In addition to the distribution rights, NEON has been granted a source code license and has hired the Cary, North Carolina-based software development lab dedicated to the Diplomat product. Diplomat was first deployed at a customer site in 1993. The technology has developed into a proven and established product
1/26/2000

J.D. Edwards’ Mixed Blessings
On August 23, J.D. Edwards reported financial results for the third quarter ended July 31, 2000. Despite notable license fee revenue growth of 56% over the same period last year, the net loss for the Q3 2000 was a hefty $22.6 million.

EAI QPR: its highly marketed flexible EAI product strategy. In addition to all apparent and/or hidden caveats of disparate products integration, the issue of increased costs of license sales (almost doubled over a year) due to an exorbitant number of 3rd-party software sales and subsequently less profit margins has been burdening the company s P&L statements. Therefore, further cost reduction by laying off staff can help only so much. Having known the company s quality difficulties with earlier releases of
9/27/2000

Mercator Software Extends EAI Solutions for Insurance with XML
Mercator Software (which is changing its name from TSI International Software to reflect the name of its flagship product) has announced support within its “Integration Broker” products for both XML and EDI transactions based on the ACORD standard for the insurance industry.

EAI QPR: Mercator Software Extends EAI Solutions for Insurance with XML Mercator Software Extends EAI Solutions for Insurance with XML M. Reed - April 21, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - April 21st, 2000 Event Summary Mercator Software (NASDAQ: MCTR), the e-business transformation company, announced new capabilities within its Mercator E-Business Integration Broker products that enable dramatic reductions in the time, cost and effort to integrate ACORD XML transactions with existing insurance applications. With new
4/21/2000

EAI Vendor Mercator Drops to a Lower Place on the Map
Mercator Software, formerly known as TSI International Software, reported higher than forecasted marketing expenses, a new CFO, and missed their earnings estimate by 4 cents a share (predictions were 8 cents a share). Despite the resultant sharp drop in market capitalization, Mercator’s capabilities in the areas of XML and enterprise application integration are still solid.

EAI QPR: EAI Vendor Mercator Drops to a Lower Place on the Map EAI Vendor Mercator Drops to a Lower Place on the Map M. Reed - August 4, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - August 4, 2000 Event Summary Mercator Software, formerly known as TSI International Software, missed their earnings estimate by 4 cents a share (predictions were 8 cents a share), and dropped 54 percent in value in early market trading. Latest estimates showed the stock at $24.75, which is a 60.5 percent drop from their prior market capitalization.
8/4/2000


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