Broadvision beefs up integration capabilties
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Broadvision has beefed up its OEM agreement with webMethods to provide integration capabilities for its entire suite of self-service applications and backend systems via a visual programming interface that needs no coding.

WebMethods software provides an integration layer within BroadVision's products, allowing BroadVision applications to connect directly to customer backend systems to access information and business processes contained in those systems.

BroadVision Integration Services is available with a variety of pre-built adaptors for popular backend systems, including Baan, IBM MQ Series, J.D. Edwards, Microsoft Message Queuing Oracle, PeopleSoft, SAP, and Siebel. The adapters are designed to handle the low-level application interfacing and provide users with a graphical environment for configuring business logic and data transformations.

The new service also includes portlets to allow data from common systems such as Oracle HR, SAP, and Siebel to be displayed in the BroadVision InfoExchange Portal.

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