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First it bought Plumtree; now the software infrastructure company fills out its portfolio of Web development and collaboration tools.
The software maker readies a new version of its portal program designed to help businesses avoid what it calls "portal sprawl"--a slew of outdated internal sites.
SAP released a new version of its portal software for businesses, the company said Thursday. The product gathers data from business applications, databases, electronic documents and the Web, and aggregates it in one place so employees can find information quickly. Enhancements to the product enable companies to display business information from more sources, such as a customer database or accounting system, in their portal and ensure that when the information changes the portal is immediately updated. The new version includes tools that enable companies to customize the portal for different employees, presenting information and applications they need for common tasks they perform, such as customer service or bookkeeping. SAP competes with Plumtree, PeopleSoft and Viador in the portal software market.
Big Five consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers has formed a Web portal pact with corporate portal software maker Plumtree Software. Under the deal, consultants at PricewaterhouseCoopers will integrate enterprise applications and Internet services using Plumtree's portal software. PricewaterhouseCoopers' consultants will receive training on designing, implementing and maintaining Plumtree portal applications, the companies said. Some of Plumtree's existing clients include IBM and front office software maker Onyx. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.