Part 2 of this blog topic continued to analyze IBM’s rationale behind acquiring ILOG to bolster its service oriented architecture (SOA) and business process management (BPM) platforms, in part due to the capabilities of archrival Oracle.
What About ILOG's SCM Products?
Whether as a sort of “collateral damage” (given IBM’s foremost interest in beefing up its SOA/BPM infrastructure product) or
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product to fill the information technology (IT) asset management gap within the Tivoli product line . While Maximo has not really disappeared from the EAM market, it has somewhat lost its erstwhile leadership luster, and thereby allowed much higher profiles in the market for Infor, IFS, Mincom, Ventyx or Lawson, to name some. A friend/peer of mine, and a great SCM market connoisseur, who prefers to remain incognito, gave me his two cents worth below: “My guess is that IBM will either wrap consulting