Posts Tagged ‘B2B integration’

Taming TCO in the financial services industry

File transfer is more than a given at the average financial institution. The Financial Services Industry (FSI) thrives on information and devours it. In one day you might send and receive files in and out of the office, down the street and across the globe, and back and forth with agents, clients, brokers and more. […]

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Gartner Magic Quadrant examines application integration projects

Organizations have often struggled with finding an effective way to unify and integrate disparate applications. Gartner’s 2012 Magic Quadrant for Application Infrastructure for Systematic Application Integration Projects report puts the spotlight on best practices on application integration, market trends and technological advancements. The leading analyst firm’s researchers have spent plenty of time vetting application integration […]

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Trouble in Paradise for Risk Management and Banking

Whoever passed around the memo about aligning IT with the business apparently forgot to give it to people who work at banks. A recent article from Forbes goes so far as to say many business leaders feel “disdain” towards their IT risk management staff, and that those same IT staffers are pretty frustrated with budgetary […]

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Closing the Compliance Gap in File Exchange – Part I

If you missed our recent webinar with Forrester and SAP Insider titled “Closing the Compliance Gap in File Exchange”, here is a transcript of the portion presented by Forrester’s Ken Vollmer, a principal analyst in the analyst firm’s application development and delivery research group. Ken Vollmer:  “It’s my pleasure to be with you today to […]

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A perfect pair. SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite and SAP

Many of us today are managing a wide selection of business integration, file transfer and process management software and applications. Like a poker hand with a bunch of ill-matched cards, a wide range of IT solutions from different companies just won’t get you where you need to be. Instead, a grab bag of solutions tends […]

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SEEBURGER and Solace Systems Deliver Joint Solution for High-Speed B2B/MFT Messaging

Today, SEEBURGER announced a  joint solution with Solace Systems that delivers the very best in business to business integration (B2B) and Managed File Transfer (MFT) coupled with an extremely fast enterprise bus that is easy to setup and dramatically lowers operational costs. Together, they provide a solution to meet industry specific needs. Financial services firms […]

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SEEBURGER Spotlight: Client Recognition in Leadership, Best Practices, and Awards

SEE Spotlight is an exclusive global customer reference program that develops, nurtures, and maintains mutually beneficial relationships with SEEBURGER customers and partners. Participants in the SEE Spotlight program are industry leaders and innovators in B2B Integration. SEEBURGER actively promotes our customer successes, helping organizations like yours recognize and publicize the thought leaders in your IT […]

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To celebrate our 25th anniversary we interviewed our CEO, Bernd Seeburger

Bernd Seeburger An EDI veteran’s vision for success “From the garage to the boardroom” | Looking back over 25 years SEEBURGER has been successfully providing B2B integration solutions for 25 years, and as the founder of the company, you are seen as an EDI veteran. How do you explain the company’s success? “An EDI veteran […]

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Happy New Year from SEEBURGER!

Are you ready to heat up your B2B integration initiatives this year?

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Cloud and EDI – The Ideal IT Mélange

Written by Ken Kinlock, November 25, 2010 Yes, cloud computing is a great “mélange” (mix) with EDI; We know what EDI is, so what is ”cloud computing”? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: “Cloud computing is Web-based processing, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices (such as smart phones) on […]

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