The year’s user conference featured both Software AG and IDS Scheer as the companies’ undergo a merger and share their plans for portfolio integration. Catch up on all our ProcessWorld 2010 coverage.

Software AG, IDS Scheer execs give merger update (22 June 2010)
On Day 1 of the ProcessWorld 2010 conference, executives talk about how the two businesses are getting along less than one year after Software AG said it would buy IDS Scheer. They say there’s a paradigm shift that makes this partnership of particular value 

 
On Day 2 of ProcessWorld 2010, Ivo Totev, a Software AG executive board member responsible for global professional services, tells ComputerWorld Canada the merger of both companies’ consulting teams has attracted the attention of customers seeking end-to-end transformation expertise. Existing customer Pfizer shares its business process initiative

 
An attractive tight integration between webMethods and ARIS may win over customers from middleware vendors with which IDS Scheer partners

 
At ProcessWorld 2010, the CEO of the middleware company tells ComputerWorld Canada about offering cloud-based processes in the future, keeping an open ARIS platform, and what he thinks of middleware rivals buying a managed file transfer companies 
 
 
While much of the focus of the conference was on the integration process currently underway between Software AG and IDS Scheer, here are just some other things seen and heard 

 

Software AG CEO Karl-Heinz Streibich and executive board member Wolfram Jost talk to ComputerWorld Canada about bringing IT and the business closer by closing the loop on business process management 

 
VIDEO: ComputerWorld Canada’s Kathleen Lau relays the key messages at ProcessWorld 2010, the user conference held by Software AG and IDS Scheer in Washington, D.C.

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