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July 6, 2009

Cicero, BravePoint team up to offer desktop integration toolset

To integrate customers’ applications with technologies including Progress, Java and .NET

By CBR Staff Writer

Cicero has partnered with technology consulting services provider BravePoint to offer desktop application integration and automation for enterprise resource planning and other back office applications.

Cicero claimed that the new relationship allows BravePoint to integrate customers’ applications with technologies including Progress, Java and .NET. Cicero’s platform enables BravePoint consultants to integrate customer’s back office applications without writing or modifying code, allowing their customers to automate tasks.

John Harlow, president of BravePoint, said: “Being able to leverage Cicero’s unique method of integrating applications at the desktop without writing code offers our customers significant business value by helping them to easily and efficiently streamline their business processes. We‘re thrilled to offer this new toolset to our Progress customers to help them integrate and automate more applications in less time.”

Cicero’s application integration reportedly supports: packaged business applications including Oracle, Microsoft Office, Lotus Notes and ERP (SAP and Oracle); customer relationship management applications such as Salesforce.com, ClarifyCRM, Epiphany, Microsoft Dynamics; and business intelligence, business process management, and business activity management activities.

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According to the company, the application integration also provides support for character-based applications including AS/400, mainframe and DOS; applications running Java and other programming languages; web, SaaS, and virtualised applications; and system management products such as IBM Tivoli and HP OpenView.

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