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(February 19, 2003) - Versata, Inc.'s new Versata Business Logic Designer is a free plug-in for WebSphere Studio that provides a business logic perspective for building adaptable and re-configurable business logic services that drive distributed enterprise applications. The Business Logic Designer is downloadable from Versata's Web site or IBM's Plug-In Central Web site, and offers an additional development option for creating the business logic services executed within Versata's flagship product, the Versata Logic Server. The Business Logic Designer enables WebSphere developers to declaratively specify business logic as business objects and rules. Because the business logic of enterprise applications is more frequently changed than any other part of an application, this declarative approach enables developers to meet the nonstop demand for change - and the nonstop ... (more)

MCI's SkyTel Provides Lexington, Kentucky, With New Wireless Interent Service

MCI, SkyTel unit has introduced UnpluggedCity SM wireless broadband services for businesses, residents and visitors in Lexington, Kentucky, as part of a SkyTel pilot program to test Wi-Fi service in various markets. Under a cooperative agreement with the city, SkyTel has designed and built a Wi-Fi "hot zone" that it will own and manage to immediately deliver this innovative new service in Lexington's downtown area. "People are increasingly looking for new ways to stay connected," said Bruce Deer, SkyTel president. "UnpluggedCity combines SkyTel's expertise delivering wireless mob... (more)

IBM Partners with Siebel Systems to Deliver IBM WebSphere Software for Siebel Application Network

(May 2, 2002) - IBM and Siebel Systems, Inc. have announced plans to deliver IBM's CrossWorlds integration software for Siebel Application Network. The IBM CrossWorlds technology is an integral part of IBM's WebSphere platform. Working closely with Siebel Systems, the leading provider of e-business applications software, IBM will upgrade its robust, scalable integration server to run standards-based business processes delivered by Siebel Application Network. As a result of the product integration, the IBM CrossWorlds InterChange Server will become an integration server for Siebel ... (more)

Wily's Introscope Integrated with IBM WebSphere Application Server 5.0 for z/OS and OS/390

(July 8, 2003) - Wily Technology's Introscope, an enterprise Java application management solution, is now integrated with IBM WebSphere Application Server 5.0 for z/OS and OS/390. Introscope assists enterprises in the deployment and management of mainframe Java. Used worldwide, Introscope offers a Whole Application view into the entire application environment, allowing IT teams to identify performance problems whether inside the application itself, the application server, or in back-end transactional and supporting systems. Introscope's Blame technology isolates bottlenecks all th... (more)

Outdoor Gear and Clothing Retailer Moves E-Business to WebSphere Platform

(November 6, 2002) - Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI), a national retailer of outdoor gear and clothing, has standardized its e-commerce applications with IBM's WebSphere platform. REI reports that the move to WebSphere has dramatically improved core shopping process times. It also has set a foundation for new features that will more closely integrate REI's sales channels, creating a seamless customer experience between stores and e-commerce. REI plans to implement extensive new customer features utilizing the platform's capabilities in 2003. Customers can expect to find more ... (more)