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Data Junction Teams with IBM to Launch Comprehensive E-Market Solution

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May 16, 2000
  By Rachel Rasmussen

Austin, Texas, May 16, 2000 ? Data Junction Corporation announced an agreement with IBM to enable its content aggregation and data integration solution to work with WebSphere Commerce Suite, Marketplace Edition. Under the terms of the agreement, Data Junction will work with IBM to provide rapid catalog content aggregation between WebSphere Commerce Suite, Marketplace Edition and more than 60 applications and data formats.

"The combination of Data Junction's catalog aggregation software and IBM's WebSphere Commerce Suite, Marketplace Edition will enable companies to rapidly deploy integrated e-marketplaces," said Dave Liederbach, vice president, e- commerce, IBM Software Solutions. "This year alone, hundreds of new e- marketplaces are emerging in myriad industries ? IBM and Data Junction will help make e-markets a reality with these businesses."

"Many of our customers that are building e-marketplaces are challenged by the absence of fast, integrated solutions," said Mike Hoskins, president of Data Junction Corporation. "IBM's WebSphere Commerce Suite, Marketplace Edition answers this challenge with a comprehensive solution that can be deployed rapidly to take advantage of e-marketplace opportunity. Data Junction complements the IBM solution with its broad data integration functionality for catalog content aggregation by market participants and hub operators."

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