Corizon Enterprise Mashup Platform v4.3 makes it easier for business users to create mashups and simplifies the management of large-scale deployments
London, UK – 14 July 2009 - Corizon, the enterprise mashup company that transforms the economics of owning business applications, has announced the availability of the latest version of its core product, Corizon Enterprise Mashup Platform v4.3.
Enterprise mashups enable the delivery of fit-for-purpose business applications that improve end user productivity and deliver fast project payback. The Corizon Enterprise Mashup platform builds user-centric applications from existing systems free from the underlying technical complexity in a safe, governed framework. This is enabled by Corizon’s unique UI services, visual, mashable components which are quickly created from existing systems and then easily used and re-used by business operations (or any other teams) to mashup fit for purpose solutions.
The Corizon Enterprise Mashup Platform is deployed in large-scale complex multi-application environments to create new or extended composite applications. The platform combines the robustness and scalability needed for extensive deployment within the enterprise, in contact centres and customer service support operations, for example.
Corizon Enterprise Mashup Platform v4.3 enhances the functionality for the business and IT to deliver fit for purpose business applications. It makes it easier for non-technical business users to create and test enterprise mashups. It also includes and extends features that simplify the deployment and management of large scale mashups by IT.
Version 4.3 extends functionality that helps business users with the support of IT to create enterprise mashups. Corizon has also introduced new features that make it easier to manage large-scale mashups used by hundreds or thousands of desktop users.
Analyst firm Butler Group, a division of Datamonitor, believes that Corizon Enterprise Mashup Platform v4.3 is an attractive proposition for organisations looking to take a service-oriented architecture (SOA) approach to application integration and reuse.
“Corizon’s mashup and UI led approach helps to deal with many of the current problems associated with creating and maintaining composite applications in enterprise Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) development environments,” Butler Group senior research analyst, Andy Kellett, notes in his Technology Audit of Corizon Enterprise Mashup Platform v4.3.
“The company’s process build and reuse approach means that a large proportion of the development activity required to create new applications can be provided by existing services, considerably reducing and easing the task of creating composite applications when compared to other more traditional front-end development approaches,” the report continues.
David Davies, Vice President of Product Strategy for Corizon said: “Corizon is the only enterprise mashup platform vendor with extensive real-world experience of delivering large-scale enterprise mashups. Corizon mashups are used daily by thousands of employees at major organisations including BT and HomeServe. With version 4.3, we’ve made it even easier for organisations to reap the cost and productivity benefits that composite applications are proven to deliver.”
Corizon Enterprise Mashup Platform v4.3 is available now from authorised Corizon Solutions Partners and Systems Integrators.
Corizon, the Enterprise Mashup Company,transforms the economics of owning business applications.
Corizon enterprise mashups make people more productive by seamlessly combining the useful bits of business applications, giving the users the right information at the right time, to do their jobs better. The Corizon approach delivers pragmatic and fast project payback by addressing critical pain points one process at a time.
Corizon is headquartered in London, UK, and works with leading systems integrators and technology partners across Europe including Oracle, Accenture, Cap Gemini, Sabio and Logica. Corizon’s customers, from multiple industry sectors, seek to deliver fast project payback and improve their customer experience delivery and include BT, KPN, the Student Loans Company (SLC) and HomeServe.
For more information, visit www.corizon.com or follow Corizon on Twitter @CorizonMashups
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