Category Archives: IBM

Microsoft Commerce Server – breaking off or just taking a pause

I was a bit surprised (but not shocked) when I read Mary-Jo Foley’s blog about Microsoft offloading it’s Commerce server. Not shocked cause Microsoft commerce hasn’t been a particularly well recognised product offering in the eCommerce space. In my years … Continue reading

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ATG acquisition by Oracle – impact on your eCommerce Strategy

What can be seen as the biggest news maker in the eCommerce space – Oracle has agreed to buyout ATG Inc for about $1Bn. Seen as Oracle’s strategy targeting IBM – this acquisition brings together ATG’s leading eCommerce product with … Continue reading

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Portals & Mashup Product Evaluation

The Real Story Group recently released its “Portals and Content Integration” report version 1.0. Authored by Apoorv Durga, this report give you a pretty comprehensive insight into some of  the leading products on the Portals and Mashup (aka Content Integration) … Continue reading

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Is FatWire next in EMC’s acquisition spree ?

Over the past few years, the Enterprise Portals and Enterprise Content Management product vendor space has been witnessing an overall consolidation, through several mergers & acquisitions – noteworthy of these being IBM’s acquisition of FileNet; BEA’s acquisition of Plumtree and … Continue reading

Posted in Acquisition, Autonomy, BEA, CMS, EMC, FatWire, Filenet, IBM, Mergers, OpenText, Oracle, Stellent, UCM, Vignette, WCM, WWCM | 3 Comments