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New iWay Adapters Expand SAP Integration

New offerings will enable data integration from Siebel, PeopleSoft and Oracle systems.

New York-based iWay Software has expanded its support of SAP Exchange Server and SAP NetWeaver with the announcement of three new integration certified adapters. The new offerings will enable data integration from Siebel, PeopleSoft and Oracle systems.

Using the iWay adapters, SAP users will be able to seamlessly move data across the enterprise and across heterogeneous enterprise applications. The adapters provide integration without the need for re-engineering, requiring a single skill set for "anything-to-anything" connectivity. They can help reduce the complexity and expense of enterprise integration and promises to deliver short-term ROI.

The new SAP adapters join iWay's lengthy catalog of connectivity tools for a wide range of enterprise applications, including Siebel, Oracle, Baan and Ariba. John Senor, iWay's president, promises that the new offerings are only the first of many SAP-related initiatives.

"We are very happy to expand our certification portfolio with these three integration adapters for SAP XI," Senor said in a statement. "Our technical team works very closely with SAP to insure the seamless integration of our adapter with SAP NetWeaver and our executive team stays in close contact with SAP to make sure we continue to share similar vision for the integration market as a whole. As a result, you'll see many more SAP- related announcements from us in the near future."

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