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December 7, 2010

Nihon Unisys adopts Magic Software iBOLT integration tool

On-premise IT systems remain active and in sync with new cloud-based systems

By CBR Staff Writer

Magic Software, a provider of business and process integration offerings, said Nihon Unisys, an information and communications technologies provider in Japan, has adopted their iBOLT business integration suite as part of its offering to its clients.

Nihon Unisys has selected iBOLT code-free business integration suite to increase its offering to its SaaS user by providing them access to built-in data integration services.

The iBOLT-based data integration enables its users to leap onto new IT grounds by assuring that on-premise IT systems remain active and in sync with new cloud-based systems.

Nihon Unisys’s choice of iBOLT also enables its customers to simplify the data integration of their platforms, significantly reducing development efforts, while increasing flexibility.

With an integrated view of company data in real-time, management and employees can make more informed business decisions, Magic Software said..

Magic Software Enterprises president Toshio Sato said they were very pleased with Nihon Unisys’s choice of iBOLT, which will let its users deploy their integration easily.

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iBOLT enables users automate manual and repetitive workflows, and offers low cost integration, providing added value to their users, the company said.

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