Group and KPMG New Zealand this week agreed to form a partnership for the implementation of B-to-B e-commerce solution dubbed Supercession.
“Brocker entered into an agreement to become a Software Alliance Partner in
Peoplesoft’s Global Alliance Program; moreover, Brocker is positioned with
Peoplesoft and KPMG to anticipate a rapid and effective deployment of
Supercession, almost anywhere in the world,” said Richard Mclean, Brocker’s
general manager of international sales.
“The company is very excited and has aggressive plans for the potential of
Supercession as new markets open up over the next year, in New Zealand,
Australia and the United States.”
Brocker’s Supercession integrates to the Peoplesoft ERP environment. Designed initially for the ERP-based customer as well as for small- to medium-sized business, Supercession allows for
the establishment of an e-commerce gateway, a Web server,
and an object based application server.
Under the proposed partnership, Brocker will supply e-commerce application
software and expertise and KPMG New Zealand will offer a deployment framework for Supercession customers.
Brocker Technology Group owns 12 corporate subsidiaries that specialize
in the Internet industry in New Zealand and Australia.