Digital platform provider Software AG have launched a new partner integration service called webMethods B2B Cloud to provide enterprises with a secure manner of reducing IT hardware and maintenance. With this launch, Software AG will allow enterprises to integrate, orchestrate, automate and optimize key business transactions.
According to Software AG, enterprises need to connect with their suppliers, distributors and other trading partners safely to comply and maintain SLAs. They say that to make this connection seamless with back-end systems like Oracle and SAP, enterprises require a service that can automate essential processes and transactions.
By launching webMethods B2B Cloud, Software AG claim that they will allow enterprises to deploy and orchestrate essential business processes with ease. They further added that enterprises will be able to carry out detailed functionalities by leveraging end-to-end visibility and monitoring across all transactions.
Speaking about this launch, Wolfarm Jost, CTO at Software AG believes that the introduction of webMethods B2B Cloud validates their ability to provide robust services in order to secure partner integrations in the industry. This approach, Jost claims, will allow Software AG to position themselves as a go-to-solution when it comes to compliance management and business transactions.
Since it is a cloud offering, Software AG believe that the product would enjoy all the benefits of reduced hardware and also receive optimal system performance with robust security. They say that enterprises dealing with mission-critical documents and workloads will be able to connect B2B and automation processes with ease, given its operational efficiency.
Subhash Ramachandran, Senior Vice President and Product Marketing at Software AG believes that business can define partner identities and initiate contact within minutes. He further stated that with this launch, Software AG will be able to diversify their product portfolio and provide end-to-end digital transformation services.
It will be interesting to witness how enterprises leverage the launch of Software AG’s B2B Cloud service, following the acquisition of Built.io to boost IoT.