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BEA to buy Crossgain

BEA Systems has announced its intention to acquire privately held software developer Crossgain for an undisclosed amount. With the acquisition of Redmond, Wash.-based Crossgain, BEA would get a team of software engineers that it hopes can help it further develop and improve its server software applications and tools. BEA, based in San Jose, Calif., makes application-server software that allows customers to bridge various software programs and conduct e-commerce transactions. With its WebLogic server software, developers have a base on which to build and integrate e-business processes. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

BEA Systems has announced its intention to acquire privately held software developer Crossgain for an undisclosed amount. With the acquisition of Redmond, Wash.-based Crossgain, BEA would get a team of software engineers that it hopes can help it further develop and improve its server software applications and tools. BEA, based in San Jose, Calif., makes application-server software that allows customers to bridge various software programs and conduct e-commerce transactions. With its WebLogic server software, developers have a base on which to build and integrate e-business processes. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.