iEB Expo Sponsors to Reveal New Products and Services Along With Their Secrets to Success April 2-4th at NYC`s Javits Center
STAMFORD, CT--March 29, 2001-- Sponsoring companies of the eighth consecutive, Internet and E-Business (iEB) Conference & Expo, which will be held at New York City`s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center from April 2 - 4, 2001, will once again take an active role this year in the show`s educational activities, offering bold prophecies and insider insight about how to succeed in this new, connected world.
Co-produced by Gartner, Inc. (NYSE: IT and ITB) and Advanstar Communications, iEB is the world`s largest, most comprehensive, electronic business forum offering unbiased, actionable information and advice about succeeding at every stage of implementing e-business initiatives.
Sponsoring companies at iEB New York include Adexa, Agilera, Ariba, ArsDigita, Brience, Cognos, Commerce One Inc., EYT, Engenia Software Inc., Entigo, FreeMarkets, i2 Technologies, InfoBank Inc., Intel Corporation, Intershop Communications, iPlanet E-Commerce Solutions, Ironside Technologies Inc., J.D. Edwards, MessagingDirect, NetVendor, Oracle, PeopleSoft, Inc., Software AG, SAP America, se-technologies, SKYVA International, Spaceworks, Sterling Commerce, Xchange Inc. and Yantra Corporation.
In addition to their own exhibits, the sponsoring companies, in conjunction with Gartner`s strategic and technical education conferences, will host Best Practice Education sessions where they will provide iEB Expo attendees with case-study perspectives for handling the myriad of challenges confronting successful e-business implementation, integration and developmental issues.
These Internet-based business leaders and innovators will also head up a series of Real World Solutions presentations where they are scheduled to deliver concise, solution-oriented demonstrations and provide Expo participants with practical solutions and suggestions to meet and successfully resolve today`s online business challenges. The complete schedule of Best Practice and Real World Solutions sessions can be found on the iEB Expo Web site (www.iebexpo.com).
"iEB`s sponsors are among the leaders in their industry. Their active participation in iEB Expo activities will benefit all attendees, through the information, education and lessons learned that they will share," said Steve Engel, Group Show Director, Advanstar. "The e-business marketplace remains one where solutions are king. This exemplary group of sponsors will showcase these solutions in the `Best Practices and Real World Solutions` sessions and throughout the show."
For complete information about, or to register for iEB New York, call 888/248-0036 or visit the event Web site at http://www.iebexpo.com/. In addition to the New York event, other iEB events are slated for May 29-31, 2001 in Brazil and September 24 & 25, 2001 in San Jose, CA.
The following is a sampling of some of the iEB sponsors showcasing their products, technologies and/or services at the upcoming event:
Adexa, Inc., will present its iCollaboration Suite, the premier solution for distributed, collaborative, supply chain management applications.
Agilera, a full-service application service provider (ASP), will make two presentations during iEB Expo. On Monday, April 2, at both 11:10 AM and 1:40 PM, Agilera Director of Strategic Alliances Dave Anderson will present, in Theater 2, "Leveraging Ariba and Agile Through an ASP," expounding on the synergies and the benefits of implementing the combined applications in an ASP environment. On Wednesday, April 4, in Room #1E10, Jim Cole, Agilera`s vice president of sales, will speak about "Digging Beneath the Surface - Evaluating ASP Models," enabling attendees to differentiate between the three most common ASP models and establishing criteria for selecting the right ASP to meet their business requirements.
Brience Inc., a provider of enterprise software and services that enable companies to provide mobile solutions for the next generation of eBusiness, the adaptive web, will present its 3.0 edition of its product line.
Cognos Inc., a vendor of enterprise business intelligence software, will present its full line of solutions that leverage Internet technology to make information easily accessible to everyone in the extended enterprise, including customers, partners and suppliers, resulting in better decisions and improved performance. From data-mart creation to pre-built e-applications to sophisticated reporting, analysis and visualization, Cognos software delivers the breadth and flexibility organizations need to become the best decision-makers in the world.
EYT, formerly Ernst & Young Technologies, will present GoFinancials version 2.0, a scalable accounting package powered by Lawson and targeted towards growing small- to medium-sized businesses. Delivered via the Internet to the desktop, it provides access to Fortune 500 functionality at an affordable price.
Entigo will offer its e-Commerce products, including Entigo Reality, a suite of B2B sell- and service-side e-Commerce solutions; Entigo Catalog facilitates online ordering; Entigo Order, a personalized selling solution featuring one-click order processing, automated release management and real-time order tracking; Entigo Warranty the world`s first B2B Web-based claims management system; and Entigo Reality Builder, the real power behind the Reality suite, combining an industry standard e-Commerce platform with a framework that enables users to graphically develop business processes, seamlessly integrate with any backend system and adapt to changes in real time.
InfoBank, Inc. presents InTrade5, an electronic business trading software platform that electronically integrates all processes across the supply-and-demand chain, delivering a unified approach to powering e-procurement, e-supply and e-marketplace initiatives. InTrade`s extensive and flexible business logic is incorporated into its architecture from which buy-side, sell-side or marketplace services may be implemented while encompassing all e-Commerce requirements.
Intel Corporation will present its technology, developed over three decades, which has enabled the computer and Internet revolution that has changed the world. As a pre-eminent building-block supplier for the Internet economy, today`s companies incorporate Intel-architecture-based solutions to create successful e-Business infrastructures, from Internet servers to data centers, desktops to workstations, and laptops to network PCs and online services.
Intershop Communications, a provider of e-business software, will be launching a comprehensive set of e-business solutions on the first day of iEB, Monday, April 2. Intershop will demonstrate the new offerings, which include solutions for the automotive, high-tech, retail and consumer goods markets, at the Intershop booth.
iPlanet E-Commerce Solutions, a Sun-Netscape Alliance, will present the iPlanet Platform, a software environment to develop, deploy and manage smart Web services that drive business success in the Net Economy. The iPlanet Platform is built upon proven technology and open standards.