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HP, SAP team on portal software

Hewlett-Packard has signed a deal with business-software seller SAP to jointly develop and sell SAP portal software used to integrate information from different business processes, the companies said Thursday. SAP Portals, a wholly owned subsidiary of SAP, creates software that can pool information from different software packages at different companies. The two companies will jointly work on a version that runs on HP-UX 11i, HP's current version of Unix, and plan a release in the third quarter of 2002. In addition, HP will offer consulting services to help customers use the software on HP's Unix and Intel servers, the companies said.

Hewlett-Packard has signed a deal with business-software seller SAP to jointly develop and sell SAP portal software used to integrate information from different business processes, the companies said Thursday. SAP Portals, a wholly owned subsidiary of SAP, creates software that can pool information from different software packages at different companies.

The two companies will jointly work on a version that runs on HP-UX 11i, HP's current version of Unix, and plan a release in the third quarter of 2002. In addition, HP will offer consulting services to help customers use the software on HP's Unix and Intel servers, the companies said.