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  • BaptistCare cuts manual data handling, paper processes

    BaptistCare is increasingly shifting away from paper-based processes and manual handling of data, with MuleSoft’s integration platform helping provide the scaffolding for its embrace of customer-facing web apps that can feed directly into line of business systems.

  • Melbourne Uni fights spaghetti threat with iPaaS

    The University of Melbourne has increased its use of cloud services as part of a broader innovation agenda — but that emphasis has brought with it the dangers of reverting to a previous condition of “spaghetti architecture,” according to Tommy Hoeglund​.

  • MuleSoft eyes multibillion dollar API opportunity

    When Salesforce announced in March its plan to acquire API platform developer MuleSoft for US$6.5 billion it said there was potential to turn MuleSoft (estimated FY18 sales $415 million) into a $10 billion business.

  • Dell Boomi rides the IPaaS wave

    Dell Boomi, Dell’s integration platform as a service offering, is claiming triple digit growth in the Asia Pacific and Japan region on the back of what it says is a growth in hybrid cloud environments requiring organisations to integrate cloud based and on-premises applications.

  • Flinders University in big cloud push

    Flinders University is aiming to have 80 to 90 per cent of its key applications running in the cloud, up from around 25 to 30 per cent today, as part of an ambitious digital strategy.

  • The rise of the chief integration officer

    Chief information officers may have shrinking budgets and shrinking teams but the importance of technology to enterprises means that CIOs and their IT organisations will continue to play a vital role in businesses.

  • IBM customizes cloud services for the enterprise

    Hoping to jump out in front of providers of generic cloud services, IBM has launched a portfolio of cloud packages, called IBM Cloud Business Solutions, designed to run specific business processes such as asset management and customer care.

  • Manufacturer sues IBM over SAP project 'disaster'

    IBM has been slapped with a multimillion dollar lawsuit by chemical products manufacturer, Avantor Performance Materials, which alleges that IBM lied about the suitability of a SAP-based software package it sells in order to win Avantor's business.

  • Auditor: Big Aussie SAP project behind schedule, over budget

    A major SAP ERP (enterprise resource planning) software project being conducted by the New South Wales Department of Education and Communities has hit a rocky patch, with projected costs for the first phase ballooning from $153 million to $210 million, according to a new report by the Australian state's auditor.