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BEA Systems, Inc. was a company founded in 1995 that specializes in enterprise infrastructure software, and has 77 offices in 37 countries. It was acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2008.
The company’s name comes from the first initial of each of the company’s three founders: Bill Coleman, Ed Scott and Alfred Chuang, all former employees of Sun Microsystems. They launched the business in 1995 by acquiring Information Management and Independence Technologies.
These firms were the largest resellers of Tuxedo, a distributed transaction management system sold by Novell. They soon acquired the Tuxedo product itself. BEA went on to acquire other middleware companies and products, including ObjectBroker and NCR’s Top End product.
In 1998, BEA acquired the San Francisco start-up WebLogic, which was among the first to implement Sun Microsystems’ J2EE specification. WebLogic’s re-branded server formed the basis of BEA’s WebLogic application server sold today.
On November 3, 2005 BEA Systems announced the acquisition of SolarMetric, editors of the Kodo persistence engine. The acquisitions continued in 2006 with Fuego, a business process management (BPM) software company, and Flashline, a metadata repository company.
BluEnt can help you step up to challenges through value-driven initiatives, delivering solutions compliant with your business objectives, time frames and budgets. We help you:
Ensure that the underlying data upon which business information and transactions are based are accurate and consistent across all repositories.
Effectively administer the content and structure of those repositories.
Make the right information and services available to the right people and prevent the wrong people from gaining access to them.
Optimize real-time reporting. Migrate to new applications. Create reusable data services.
Informatica Corporation provides data integration software and services for various businesses, industries and government organizations, including telecommunications, health care, insurance, and financial services.
The products of the company support various enterprise-wide data integration and data quality solutions, including:
Master data management
Cross-enterprise data integration
With the help of BluEnt’s expertise with Informatica, continuously monitor, measure, track, and improve data quality throughout your enterprise. Integrate data between outsourced and on-premise applications across the Internet with our help.
BluEnt can assist in your efforts to achieve business viability, manage complexity and maintain a competitive edge.
Integrated, industry-focused solutions to business and IT problems
Solutions addressing business transformation, cost efficiency, risk mitigation and resilience concerns
Flexible terms and conditions, ranging from project engagement, ongoing services engagement, and outsourcing – including on-demand delivery
Experience, proven methodologies and tools
Single accountability and real-world experience for services
BluEnt applies delivers customized solutions that enhance the way your enterprise performs.
Java Platform, Enterprise Edition or Java EE (formerly known as Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition or J2EE up to version 1.5) is a programming platform for developing and running distributed multitier architecture Java applications. It is based largely on modular software components running on an application server. The Java EE platform is defined by a specification.
Similar to other Java Community Process specifications, Java EE is also considered informally to be a standard. This is because providers must agree to certain conformance requirements to declare their products as Java EE compliant, albeit with no ISO or ECMA standard.
Java EE includes several API specifications, such as JDBC, RMI, e-mail, JMS, web services, and XML, and defines how to coordinate them. It also features some specifications unique to Java EE for components. These include Enterprise Java Beans, servlets, portlets (following the Java Portlet specification), JavaServer Pages and several web service technologies.
This allows the developer to create an enterprise application that is portable between platforms and scalable, while integrating with legacy technologies.
Other added bonuses are, for example, that the application server can handle the transactions, security, scalability, concurrency and management of the components that are deployed to it. This means that the developers can concentrate more on the business logic of the components rather than the “lower-level” maintenance tasks.
Expertly assess, design, implement and optimize the management of your IT infrastructure. BluEnt’s services bring clarity into today’s complex IT and business challenges.
Technology solutions from Microsoft offer an array of solutions that range from high performance servers to web-based applications to integrated network environments.
BluEnt, with years of experience in working directly with Microsoft, leverages Microsoft technologies to help your organization achieve its high performance goals.
Our experienced professionals create a blueprint that maps your process, applications and infrastructure. We then provide an in-depth analysis to adjust your implementation plan to new business requirements.
BluEnt’s asset management solutions:
Reduce IT environment complexity
Enhance flexibility for future needs
Increase IT responsiveness
Speed up implementation and integration of new resources
Growing operating costs and lack of scalability of proprietary software applications are leading many enterprises to migrate to open source platforms.
Consult with BluEnt to know more about migrating to open source with ease! Contact us for queries
Open Source Solutions
Content Management System
Ecommerce Portal and Integration
CRM customization and Integration
Database Installation and Migration
Develop and Manage Enterprise Apps
Android Open Source Applications
Open Source Software
Drupal, WordPress, Joomla, Moodle
Magento, OpenCart, OS-Commerce
SugarCRM, Vtiger, CiviCRM
LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP)
CakePHP, Symfony, Zend
Industries We Service
Government and Non-profit
Banking and Insurance
Travel & Tourism
Media and Entertainment
Enabling your people to work more effectively across boundaries—with each other and with partners—can help your company give its customers what they want.
Companies increasingly must listen to their customers, both to maintain high-quality service and to identify unmet needs that represent new revenue opportunities.
Business success can depend on how well your employees know your customers and provide them with a rewarding experience.
Leverage the best practice expertise of BluEnt’s consultants and architects to maximize the value of your software investments. We can assess your needs, design and deploy a new or improved management solution to address them, and optimize your environment in the face of change.
PeopleSoft, Inc. was a software company that provided HRMS (human resource management), CRM (customer relationship management), Manufacturing, Financials, EPM (Enterprise Performance Management) and Student Administration software solutions to large corporations, governments, and organizations.
Founded in 1987 by David Duffield and Ken Morris, and headquartered in Pleasanton, California, PeopleSoft began with an idea Duffield had about a “Client-Server” (then a new concept) version of Integral Systems’s popular mainframe HRMS package.
Once Integral declined development and released Duffield to pursue this endeavor on his own, PeopleSoft was born. In 2003, when PeopleSoft acquired J.D. Edwards, it decided to differentiate its former product line from those of Edwards by renaming both products.
PeopleSoft’s original flagship product was rebranded as PeopleSoft Enterprise. J.D. Edwards’ ERP product was rebranded as PeopleSoft EnterpriseOne. In January 2005, PeopleSoft was acquired in a hostile takeover by the Oracle Corporation.
This takeover was resisted by PeopleSoft, but Oracle overcame the legal challenge. After the approved merger, PeopleSoft ceased to be an independent company, although its products continue to be used by thousands of companies.
Beginning in 2003, PeopleSoft battled with Oracle over control of the PeopleSoft company. In June 2003, Oracle made a $7 billion bid ($19.50/share) in a hostile corporate takeover attempt.
In February 2004, Oracle increased their bid to approximately $9.4 billion ($26/share), a 33% increase; this offer was also rejected forthwith by PeopleSoft’s board of directors.
Later that month, the U.S. Department of Justice filed suit to block Oracle, on the grounds that the acquisition would break anti-trust laws.
However, in September 2004, the suit was rejected by a U.S. Federal judge, who found that the justice department had not proven its anti-trust case. In October, the same decision was handed down by the European Commission.
Though Oracle had reduced its offer to $7.7 billion ($21/share) in May, it again raised its bid in November to $9.4 billion ($24/share), marking a 14% increase.
In December 2004, Oracle announced that it signed a definitive merger agreement to acquire PeopleSoft for approximately $10.3 billion ($26.50/share). In January 2005, Oracle fired a large number of former PeopleSoft employees.
Although these cuts affected about 9% of the 55,000 staff of the combined companies, they stated that they would maintain at least 90% of PeopleSoft’s product development and support staff, at least for the time being.
SalesForce can provide your organization with resources and solutions that will deliver more efficient selling and superior after-sale customer service. It is an on-demand Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution vendor.
The company was founded in 1999 by former Oracle executive Marc Benioff. In June 2004, the company went public on the New York Stock Exchange. Salesforce.com is headquartered in San Francisco, California, with regional headquarters in Dublin (covering Europe, Middle East, and Africa), Singapore (covering the Asia Pacific, sans Japan), and Tokyo (covering Japan).
Other major offices are in Toronto, New York, London, Sydney, and San Mateo, California. Salesforce.com has had its services translated into 12 different languages and currently has 27,100 customers and 556,000 subscribers.
With BluEnt’s leading range of customer targeting tools, we can:
Help identify who your customers and potential customers are
Help pinpoint where they live and what they buy
Provide insights into their lifestyles and spending habits
As well as helping you develop your CRM strategy, BluEnt can provide the infrastructure, technology, people and processes to maximize the profit contribution of each customer throughout the customer lifecycle.
Our CRM solution covers all customer touch points – through paper and voice, and online.
Meet regulatory compliance challenges by combining business process insights with an integrated technology platform.
SAP, the world’s leading business software solution and e-business platform, along with BluEnt, can help your business minimize costs while maximizing efficiency.
These solutions support all types of businesses and help in streamlining the operations of global enterprises, mid-market companies and niche players. SAP provides your business with a backbone of core functions, from financial to sales to manufacturing to human resources.
BluEnt, backed by innovative technology and methodology, provides SAP solution services to leading corporations around the world.
Our professionals will ensure that your business receives successful, streamlined SAP implementations.
A BluEnt SAP assessment will provide your business with:
The foresight to identify new opportunities and act on them
The functionality to optimize your operations to extend best practices to your entire value chain
High-performing business processes with lower time, cost and risk to your systems