Baan has launched its first products since it was taken over by UK technology firm Invensys in the shape of a suite of web collaboration applications and services.
The iBaan OpenWorld packages can be integrated with third-party and legacy systems, and they run within the iBaan Portal, an online access point for employees to view information sources, applications and business processes.
Henk de Ruiter, Baan's senior vice president of marketing and alliances, said: "Integration is a key issue today as more and more companies spend their IT budget on maximising their existing systems' lifecycles and extending their functionality."
"This is particularly important as customers operate in leaner, automated environments or in tighter business-to-business trading networks, or move towards an application service provider model," he added.
The suite includes iBaan Solutions ebusiness applications to enable customers to interact and trade online, and OpenWorld Webtop, a thin client based on the Webtop navigation framework which enables users to access the iBaanERP5 suite.
OpenWorld Collaboration enables customers to reconfigure their applications as relationships change and monitor activities between themselves and their supply chain partners.
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