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As part of this contract, TechTeam will support the operation of an enterprise information exchange for the Office of the Secretary of Defense and support the DCMO in its performance improvement and metrics effort.
0, designed to deploy Enterprise Information Exchange applications and claimed to be a natural complement to existing customer relationship management (CRM) transactional solutions.
However, the focus of the company's Enterprise Information Exchange (EIX) is on the extranet and web-based content that organisations distribute, rather than their internal data management.
XMLGlobal's technology allows customers to aggressively leverage existing legacy systems to facilitate seamless enterprise to enterprise information exchange over the internet and intranet.
Symbian is working with leading software companies like Sybase to enable effective enterprise information exchange and seamless connectivity to the back office," commented Juha Christensen, executive vice president, Symbian.
Correlate is an innovative developer of business-to-business and enterprise information exchange whose latest version--Correlate 2.
Correlate Technologies, an innovative developer of business-to-business and enterprise information exchange Correlate 2.
His high energy, successful track record and more than 13 years of sales and marketing experience in the IT market, will be extremely valuable to InfoSpinner as the company continues to push into the forefront of the Enterprise Information Exchange space.