IBM WebSphere Portal offers extensive support for Web 2.0 technologies, enabling organizations to easily deploy high performing, intuitive applications that satisfy end users' expectations for a rich browser experience.
Read this article to see how IBM WebSphere sMash and IBM DB2 Express-C Amazon Machine Images can be combined to help you deliver Web applications hosted on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) infrastructure.
Businesses today need a Business Rule Management Systems (BRMS) solution that supports business changes and cycles far more effectively than traditional methods and takes direct advantage of business expertise. This IBM Redpaper™ publication is intended for anyone who is interested in learning more about IBM WebSphere ILOG Rules for COBOL.
This commissioned study conducted by Forrester on behalf of IBM describes how one company was able to realize a 42% 3-year return on investment by migrating from an open source application server to WebSphere Application Server (WAS).
This paper explores the challenges of trying to deliver quick time-to -value for IT projects and achieve the status of ‘agile enterprise’. It illustrates how IBM® WebSphere® ILOG BRMS can facilitate the alignment of IT with business and support the implementation of an ADS to provide business value within months of project adoption.
Learn how WebSphere ILOG BRMS allows organizations to easily adapt business rules while ensuring compliance with policy requirements and analyzing the business impact of changes against key KPIs. You will see how the BRMS is used in the back office to create eligibility rules that will be used to automatically screen auto insurance applicants.
This case study explains how when a major grocer needed to keep pace with hiring needs because of rapid growth and they needed to ensure consistent and timely response to HR events they turned to Lombardi Teamworks® to help them extend their processes out to the local stores and to efficiently manage HR requests.
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