By combining Backsoft’s bTalk enterprise application integration
technologies with Allaire’s Cold Fusion Web platform technology, CIS’
certified Allaire developers will build Web-based applications that will
connect companies’ existing enterprise resource planning systems with the
CIS’s certified Allaire developers and Backsoft’s engineers will create
further state of the art e-commerce and business solutions for small- and
medium-sized businesses looking to cut themselves a piece of the Internet pie.
bTalk Builder will allow CIS to rapidly access and integrate the ERP
system, which is the backbone for much of the Global 5000.
“Using Backsoft’s bTalk technology will allow our consultants to focus
on the application elements and business processes that fundamentally shape
the way the Internet is used by large organizations,” said Tom Charland,
managing director of Creative Internet Solutions.
ERP integrates all facets of the business, including planning,
manufacturing, sales, and marketing. As the ERP methodology becomes more
popular, software applications will emerge to help business managers
CIS, a subsidiary Control Data Systems, Inc., focuses on Web application
consulting and development. Backsoft Corp. provides companies with
enterprise application integration technology, which enables customers to
build Web-based applications that extend existing ERP infrastructure.