Seattle, May 29, 2014 - Applexus Technologies today announced that it has joined IBM’s prestigious PartnerWorld Program to enhance its WebSphere service offerings to offer impeccable retail customer experiences.
Joining the PartnerWorld program enables Applexus to combine its extensive domain expertise in IBM WebSphere Commerce Services and IBM’s marketing, technical and development support to provide scalable solutions for transactions across multiple industry channels. Applexus provides the complete suite of WebSphere services from sizing and scoping of WebSphere commerce environment to platform migration to WebSphere.
Commenting on the partnership, Sam Mathew, CEO, Applexus said, “The PartnerWorld opens up outstanding new opportunities for Applexus. Both IBM and Applexus share the goal of integrating our diverse technological expertise to provide complete solutions that exceed customer expectations”. The key value that Applexus brings to this partnership is that its current retail solutions are widely adopted and are compatible with IBM’s strategic technologies. This adds on to the effectiveness of the partnership and brings incremental value to customers.
Applexus is an ISO 9001:2008 certified Business Process Consulting organization providing end-to-end IT services in ERP, E-commerce, User Experience, Business Intelligence Cloud and Social integration solutions. Offering a broad global presence, Applexus maintains operations in three geographical areas – North America, Asia and the Middle East.
The Seattle, WA headquartered company is adept at employing extensive industry expertise with innovation to develop and deploy efficient and stable solutions. Applexus is the trusted technology partner of diverse organizations spread across the globe, including Fortune 1000 companies.
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The company was founded in 1911 as the Computing Tabulating Recording Company (CTR) through a merger of three companies: the Tabulating Machine Company, the International Time Recording Company, and the Computing Scale Company.
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