Sterling Commerce has taken over international sales and support of its Gentran and Connect product lines from former parent Sterling Software, terminating their three-year marketing and services deal. Sterling Commerce, which was spun out from the group in September last year, will assume certain assets and liabilities of the business, including accounts receivable. It will now employ 160 staff in Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America, leaving Sterling Software with 700 employees in its international division. It formerly operated directly only in the US and Canada.
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