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iWay Software Joins the Integration Consortium to Assist in Defining Best Practices for Enterprise Integration

iWay Software Joins the Integration Consortium to Assist in Defining Best Practices for Enterprise Integration

NEW YORK, Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- iWay Software, an Information Builders company and the leading adaptive software provider, is pleased to announce its corporate membership in the Integration Consortium (IC), a non-profit global advocacy group of users, academics and solutions providers dedicated to driving measurable business value from enterprise integration activities.

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"The Integration Consortium has been created to foster collaboration between all integration stakeholders," said Michael Kuhbock, chairman and founder of the Integration Consortium. "We are delighted that iWay Software has joined the ranks of our membership. With over 14 year of experience in the enterprise integration space, iWay Software brings valuable insights and expertise to the industry and consortium."

"Joining the IC was a natural choice for us," says John Senor, president of iWay Software. "We have helped numerous customers, from small organizations to government agencies, solve their integration challenges. With 14 years of experience, we have been able to develop best practices that everyone doing an integration project should take into consideration."

The two companies will kick off their collaboration with the "Best Practices in Enterprise Integration 2005" executive breakfast seminar series throughout Canada in the following cities:

* Calgary, October 12 * Edmonton, October 13 * Ottawa, October 25 * Montreal, October 26 * Toronto, October 27 * Vancouver, November 8 * Victoria, November 9 * Winnipeg, November 16

The sessions will highlight various topics, including service-oriented architecture (SOA), real-time data synchronization, and flexible integration architecture. At the seminars, industry pundits will share their vision for the future, blueprints for success, and real-life examples of companies attaining maximum ROI from these critical initiatives. For more information or to register, visit http://www.iwaysoftware.com/SOABP.

"Global organizations are realizing the need for, as well as the value derived from, superior enterprise-wide integration initiatives," said Brian Joynt, vice president and general manager, Information Builders Canada. "These seminars offer executives a detailed look at what they need to take into consideration and how they can achieve the maximum ROI from their integration initiatives and answer their questions about increasingly high-profile topics that are shaping the way they do business."

About the Integration Consortium

The Integration Consortium is a non-profit, leading industry body responsible for influencing the direction of the integration industry. Our members champion Integration Acumen by establishing standards, guidelines, best practices, research, and the articulation of strategic and measurable business benefits. The Integration Consortium's motto is "Forging Integration Value."

The mission of the member-driven Integration Consortium is to establish universal seamless integration, which engages industry stakeholders from the business and technology community. Among the sectors represented in the Integration Consortium membership are end-user corporations, independent software vendors (ISVs), hardware vendors, system integrators, academic institutions, non-profit institutions, and individual members, as well as various industry leaders.

Information on the Integration Consortium is available at http://www.integrationconsortium.org/ or by sending an e-mail to [email protected].

About iWay Software

iWay Software, an Information Builders company and the world's leading adaptive software vendor, accelerates business integration by providing tools that make service-oriented architectures easy to implement. Clients achieve short-term ROI by using iWay to reduce custom programming and to solve problems quickly, while incrementally creating an architecture that supports long-term projects. The biggest names in software, including BEA and Microsoft, use iWay adapter to simplify access to ERP and CRM systems, messaging, legacy systems, e-business protocols like AS2 and ebXML, and more. Additional message transformation and data integration make iWay a natural integration choice -- standalone or with other middleware.

iWay Software; Information Builders

CONTACT: Jonathan Stotts of iWay Software, +1-917-339-5442, or
[email protected]

Web site: http://www.informationbuilders.com/
http://www.iwaysoftware.com/SOABP
http://www.integrationconsortium.org/

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