Impress and Primavera team to integrate project management and ERP
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Burlington, Mass.-based Impress Software and Philadelphia-based Primavera Systems Inc. have announced a strategic alliance to help integrate the operational and financial aspects of businesses. The alliance will provide business process integration between project management and ERP systems. The new integration software will provide insight into a company's forecasted cash and resource requirements, as well performance information. The resulting integration will provide customers with a way to complement the strengths of SAP with project management from Primavera.
Actional Control Broker eases mySAP integration
Mountain View, Calif.-based Actional Corp. has announced that its Control Broker technology will be used by SAP AG to ease integration of mySAP.com e-business platform solutions with CORBA-based (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) environments. Initially, Actional's Control Broker technology will be bundled with the mySAP Utilities industry software.
Taviz unveils adapter strategy
Palo Alto, Calif.-based Taviz Technology Inc. has announced an adapter strategy that eliminates the requirement for hard coding adapters during application integration efforts. With the launch today of the eIntegration Suite 3.0, Taviz offers an adapter development environment and over 250 pre-built Intelligent Adapters for ERP, CRM, SCM, proprietary and vertical applications. The 3.0 release includes EDI support, a business process module, an integration node for MQSI and SAP adapters.
GATX keeps schedule on track with Unicenter Management for SAP R/3
Islandia, N.Y.-based Computer Associates International Inc. (CA) has announced that GATX Corp., an industrial finance and leasing company, has streamlined its job scheduling operations across multiple platforms using Unicenter Management for SAP R/3. GATX increased the reliability and efficiency of its batch environment by integrating the management of SAP R/3 workloads, running on distributed and mainframe computers, within a single console, the company said.
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