IBM buys Ilog to boost SOA

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IBM buys Ilog to boost SOA

Cliff Saran

IBM is planning to boost its business process management expertise with the proposed acquisition of Ilog, a specialist in rules-based software.

IBM said the acquisition would provide users of its business process management and service-oriented architecture products with a set of rule management tools for WebSphere.

Tom Rosamilia, general manager, IBM WebSphere, said, "Ilog's software allows businesses to more effectively manage and automate the decision-making process, giving companies an opportunity to react with incredible speed and accuracy."

Ilog offers tools and technologies for business managers, analysts, architects and developers to use as they analyse, plan, track and improve business processes. Ilog is used by businesses and government organisations including Hiscox Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), Royal Bank of Scotland and GlaxoSmithkline.





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