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Business catches the wave

OneWave, which supplies software to link key business applications to the Internet, introduces a better way to tie existing corporate applications to the Web.

OneWave, which supplies software to link key business applications to the Internet, has introduced a set of templates designed to make it easier to tie existing corporate applications to the Web.

OneWave apps, as the software is called, are preconfigured and component-based ways to draw data from core business processes and distribute the information throughout a large company using Web browsers or existing desktop applications.

The initial OneWave apps will work with SAP software applications. By year's end the application will also support PeopleSoft and Baan business software.

OneWave apps for SAP address sales management, human resources, service management, procurement, and financial reporting. The modules for SAP will be demonstrated at SAP's user conference later this month.

The new software will be distributed free with OneWave's OpenExtensions, a $25,000 application which automates the integration of core business processes with existing legacy and client-server systems.