Intelligroup joins enterprise services community

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 25 October 2006, 07:00 Hrs
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Bangalore: Intelligroup Inc., a consulting, business optimization and outsourcing company has announced that it has joined the enterprises services community. It also announced the formation of an enterprise Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) practice that will leverage the SAP NetWeaver platform to build services that are based on composite applications.

"We have developed composite applications for the chemicals and consumer product industries that automate specific business processes leveraging SAP exchange infrastructure (SAP XI) and integrate business partners leveraging enterprise SOA," said Naresh Nookala, SAP NetWeaver practice head at Intelligroup.

"Our collaboration with SAP in the enterprise services space will allow us to build new composite applications that will enable flexible business processes for our customers," said Alok Pant, vice president of marketing and alliances for Intelligroup. "Intelligroup is committed to innovation and thought leadership. As a member of the SAP enterprise services community, Intelligroup will continue to strengthen its relationship with SAP and contribute to the SAP partner ecosystem."

The collaborative, cross-industry program initiated by SAP brings together partners and customers from diverse industries to share ideas for and innovations in enterprise services, which provide the common business language that enables disparate software applications and infrastructure products to communicate


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