Sample Web Methods Seminars
B2B webMethods Integration
How to Integrate IT Infrastructures across Enterprise and Among Trading
"Exactly what is B2Bi? It’s a competitive advantage that’s achieved when all
business partners can easily exchange information and integrate business
processes—in real time, over the Internet—without significant modifications to
existing technology or security infrastructure." - webMethods
Brenden Mclean – Webmethods
6:30PM: Welcome message
6:40PM: webMethods B2B Myths, why we need to integrate IT
infrastructures/solutions webMethods - B2B developer overview - Brenden Mclean
7:30PM: TheBans Sample B2B integration application using webMethods (XML via
HTTP, FTP, SMTP, RMI) by our Team.
8:35 PM Questions and Answers
Target audience: IT professionals, managers, IT directors,
Infrastructure architects, Internet developers.
Seminar type: New technology.
To support new Internet business models, companies must integrate their IT
infrastructures so they can process a seamless flow of information across the
enterprise and among trading partners. Comprehensive B2B integration (B2Bi)
integrates packaged, custom, legacy and mainframe systems within the
enterprise and links them over the Internet with business systems operated by
customers, suppliers, partners and marketplaces. Such a comprehensive solution
links individual enterprises together into seamless platforms for extended
process efficiency across the supply chain. The result is a virtual enterprise
with more resources and strengths than any individual company.
webMethods is the software company currently offering the most comprehensive
B2Bi solution. With over 425 customers, webMethods has helped companies such
as Dell, FMC, GEON, Juniper Networks, Citibank and others achieve significant
returns on their investments. As the market leader in customers, partners,
revenue, growth and technology, webMethods is the ideal partner to help a
company rapidly deploy a comprehensive B2Bi solution that enables new business
models and creates a sustainable competitive advantage.