With Alloy, IBM and SAP connects their

February 23, 2009 at 4:36 pm Leave a comment

Technology – the two groups lvnement have annonc at the time of Lotusphere their first software common, baptis Alloy. It must allow D `to inter-connect the continuation Lotus Notes dIBM the Business Continuation of SAP.

an alliance between gloves to facilitate L `interconnection of their respective products: C `is as can tre dfini Alloy, new jointly software dvelopp by IBM and SAP, annonc this week at the time of L `vnement Lotusphere in Florida (18 – January 22).

Face a keen demand dsireux common customers to divide give them between their systmes D `information IBM and SAP, the two partners thus have Cr a software which makes it possible to connect the tools of the collaborative continuation Lotus Notes D `IBM those of Business Continuation of SAP. According to Big Blue, on its hundred important customers, a majorit uses also SAP.


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SAP is the world leader of the CRM, before Oracle and Salesforce.com, tandis qu `IBM dominates in particular the march of the waiters since many annes. The two groups work in concert since some annes for; launching D `Alloy N `is thus qu `a stone moreover them difice.

Alloy will allow D `to post give them workflow, D `analyzes and of reporting of SAP in Lotus Notes and Domino. It will be commercialis ds next March by IBM and SAP within the framework of their respectives.




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