Software AG

Software AG is the world's largest independent provider of Business Infrastructure Software. Our 4,000 global customers achieve measurable business results by modernizing and automating their IT systems and rapidly building new systems and processes to meet growing business demands. Our industry-leading product portfolio includes best-in-class solutions for managing data, enabling service oriented architecture, and improving business processes. By combining proven technology with industry expertise and best practices, our customers improve and differentiate their businesses - faster. Software AG Get There Faster

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Whitepaper: Taking a Bite Out of Integration Costs with Software AG

by Software AGJan 01, 2009

Apple decided to implement the webMethods Integration Platform to solve existing bottlenecks, and also serve as a platform for integrating new applications and services going forward. According to Dhinu, factors in favor of the webMethods technology were the adoption of industry-accepted standards and emerging Web services standards, and the platform?s demonstrated record for reliability, scalability and performance.

Whitepaper: Five Steps for Building the Business Case for SOA Governance

by Software AGNov 01, 2008

IT architects understand that governance is essential to service-oriented architecture (SOA) success, but they need to get the business to understand this as well. With SOA, financial services firms gain a flexible architecture that slashes maintenance demands, improves quality and reusability, speeds the development of new systems, and reduces time to market. But in order to achieve these benefits SOA development must begin with SOA governance. Without governance SOA can turn into chaos. Too

Whitepaper: Application Modernization: Preserving Your Organization's DNA

by Software AGMar 01, 2008

The term "modernization" has once again achieved buzz-word status in the IT industry. The term became very popular around Y2K and then went back into hibernation. Now nearly every major software vendor uses the term somewhere in their marketing, and major analyst firms such as Gartner and Forrester are devoting more and more ink to it. And it's no wonder. A group of CIOs surveyed by Gartner in 2008 reportedly named "legacy application modernization" as the fourth highest overall in a list of

Whitepaper: BPM Done Right: 15 Ways to Succeed Where Others Have Failed

by Software AGMar 01, 2008

The rates of adoption of business process management (BPM) technology are increasing dramatically, and with them, the stories of missed expectations and wasted investment also are on the rise. BPM?s promises are real, but the path to success is littered with pitfalls and shortcuts to failure. Best practices can help you avoid them. The good news is that BPM has now reached a stage of maturity that ensures that customers who are just embarking on using its methods and tools have a wealth of