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Delano Unveils E-Business Integration Solution

Delano Technology Corp. has produced Delano Enterprise Connectivity, a software integration solution that connects the Delano e-Business Interaction Suite to middleware platforms such as BEA Systems Inc.'s Tuxedo and CORBA, as well as ERP applications such as those from SAP AG and PeopleSoft Inc.

Delano Enterprise Connectivity enables enterprise customers to deploy e-business applications that are fully integrated with existing enterprise applications and legacy ERP systems. This reduces development time and effort by automating integration, allowing IT professionals to use pre-built connectors to integrate Delano e-business applications with these other platforms.

A browser administration tool enables users to browse and view all business functions and components in all enterprise systems. The Delano Enterprise Connectivity solution also provides security when integrating existing systems by using a role-based security model to manage system access authentication and business process access authentication. An auditing system is built into the software for overall system monitoring and proactive identification of system bottlenecks.

The Delano Enterprise Connectivity solution is immediately available and requires the Delano e-Business Interaction Suite and Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 4, with individual licenses available for SAP R/3, PeopleSoft, CORBA, and BEA Tuxedo.

Contact Delano, (905) 764-5499, www.delanotech.com

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