Partner Support for ESA from SAP

By : |September 29, 2005 0

“With Interactive Forms powered by Adobe embedded in SAP’s offerings, the possibilities expand dramatically for enterprise service applications that present and collect information ‘in context’ from anyone, anywhere inside or outside the organization,” said Kurt Garbe, vice president of Platform, Adobe. “We’re looking forward to helping define the Enterprise Services Community Process, ultimately to help customers take advantage of these new rich enterprise applications.”

“SAP and Avaya have a shared focus on bringing the highest levels of process agility to business processes and we are working together to provide communication-enabled business applications using Enterprise Services Architecture,” said Jorge Blanco, vice president, Strategic Marketing, Avaya. “We’re delighted to be included in this prestigious roster and are confident that together we can deliver increased value to our customers.”

“Customers today require a scalable and flexible IT infrastructure to support ongoing change and business process innovation,” said Linda York, vice president of global alliances, Dell Inc. “SAP is a valued alliance partner and it is clear their approach to Enterprise Services Architecture will enable Dell customers to more easily integrate web services with industry-standard servers to achieve more flexibility in their business processes.”

“HP continues to drive innovation and contributions to SOAs as a key pillar of our Adaptive Enterprise strategy,” said Russ Daniels, vice president and CTO, Software and Adaptive Enterprise, HP. “As strategic partners, HP and SAP share a common vision of service oriented architecture and helping our joint customers to increase agility, reduce cost of ownership and lessen their risk. Industry-wide collaboration on Enterprise Services Architecture is an important step that will help customers achieve the benefits of SOAs more simply and with faster time to market.”

Mercury Interactive Corporation
“The adoption of Web services and service oriented architectures is fundamentally changing the way IT is delivering business outcomes,” said David Reichman, vice president of products and business solutions, Mercury. “Mercury is pleased to work with SAP to help our joint customers optimize the business value of mission-critical applications and make sure that their ESA deployments meet the needs of the business.”

Network Appliance
“NetApp and SAP plan to deliver a set of storage virtualization capabilities under Enterprise Services Architecture that allows faster deployment, and increased flexibility and uptime of SAP applications to provide a higher level of service to users for increased productivity,” said Patrick Rogers, vice president of Products and Partners, Network Appliance. “NetApp is focused on simplifying data management for customers, and working with SAP on this endeavor is another leap in that direction.”

“More and more SAP users are deploying Novell’s SUSE Linux Enterprise Server to provide centralized server and network services that reduce their total cost of ownership in the long term,” said Hal Bennett, vice president of global alliances, Novell. “Novell is pleased to work with SAP to help our joint customers successfully deliver and manage their ESA initiatives.”

Research In Motion
“Research In Motion is already embracing the Web services model within the BlackBerry architecture and looks forward to participating in the collaborative efforts of the Enterprise Services Community Process,” said David Yach, senior vice president of software, Research In Motion. “ESA gives customers a simple, flexible framework for developing Web services-enabled enterprise software and BlackBerry MDSâ„¢ will leverage that framework to further enable and empower mobile users with secure, push-based connectivity via their BlackBerry devices.”

RSA Security 
“RSA Security is pleased to be working with SAP to further the adoption of service oriented architecture,” said Bronislav Kavsan, vice president of engineering, RSA Security. “The SAP initiative offers an actionable blueprint that will bolster RSA Security’s efforts to deliver highly robust and secure identity and access management solutions to customers worldwide. As an industry leader in securing complex technology environments, RSA Security applauds this effort to simplify the design and deployment of enterprise software infrastructures.” 

“Symantec is committed to providing its customers with solutions that secure enterprise applications in diverse environments. SAP’s strong partnership with Symantec and its commitment to joint innovation with the Enterprise Services Community Process provides exciting opportunities to shape the next generation of Enterprise Services for security and availability.”

About SAP
SAP is the world’s leading provider of business software solutions*. Today, more than 28,200 customers in over 120 countries run more than 96,400 installations of SAP® software-from distinct solutions addressing the needs of small and midsize enterprises to suite solutions for global organizations. Powered by the SAP NetWeaver® platform to drive innovation and enable business change, mySAPâ„¢ Business Suite solutions are helping enterprises around the world improve customer relationships, enhance partner collaboration and create efficiencies across their supply chains and business operations. SAP industry solutions support the unique business processes of more than 25 industry segments, including high tech, retail, public sector and financial services. With subsidiaries in more than 50 countries, the company is listed on several exchanges, including the Frankfurt stock exchange and NYSE under the symbol “SAP.” (Additional information at <>)

(*) SAP defines business software solutions as comprising enterprise resource planning and related software solutions such as supply chain management, customer relationship management, product life-cycle management and supplier relationship management.

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