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Software AG with strong partners at CeBIT 2014: Taking the Road to the Digital Enterprise together

“Not every business is digital—but every business needs to become digital.” This is Software AG’s message for CeBIT 2014. In keeping with its motto, The Road to the Digital Enterprise, the company is joining forces with partners at booth C11 in Hall 4 to present its comprehensive technology portfolio that supports businesses and organizations in their digitization efforts.

The digital enterprise has long since been more than just a vision for the future. The digital transformation is in full swing. Driven by the megatrends Big Data, Cloud, Mobile and Collaboration, a wave of innovation is rolling in and changing companies all over the world. Digital information is ever present: How to translate this into a business benefit is the pressing question of the era, and technology is the answer. Software AG’s well-known and respected partners will demonstrate what this answer could look like and present their digital expertise together with the software specialist’s expert knowledge at the company’s tradeshow booth. In addition to Accenture, CGI, FACT and Fujitsu, ITM Consulting, nterra integration GmbH and Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG will be presenting their successful usage of Software AG solutions. Software AG can also be seen showing real-world examples at the booth. Interested parties can find IDS Scheer Consulting, a Software AG company, at the SAP booth.

Together the companies are presenting new technologies that enable intelligent business operations and master the challenges of Big Data—these are how users succeed in transforming to a customer-centric business, which is the prerequisite for future growth and success. “Our partners have been accompanying businesses all over the world on their road to greater digitization for years. Therefore, it is very important to us to demonstrate at CeBIT that this expertise is part of our strategy,” states Frank Schiewer, SVP Global Partner Business at Software AG. “With more partners at our booth than ever before, we can highlight the range of our solution portfolio for the digital enterprise and offer real-world, practical orientation for decision-makers.”

Partner campaign at the Software AG booth

Specific application scenarios and solutions will be presented together with the partner companies at the Software AG booth C11 in Hall 4:


Accenture, a global management consulting, technology and outsourcing service provider, is demonstrating a variety of real-world examples for enterprise architecture and application strategy management. These examples focus in particular on industry-specific high-performance architectures and their implementation in the standard software for business IT management.


At CeBIT, CGI, the fifth largest independent IT and business process services firm in the world, will demonstrate an IT-transformation program called “Fit for the Future.” This end-to-end program empowers businesses to successfully respond to and master constantly changing technology challenges and related expertise requirements through in-depth consulting and innovative intelligent architecture and modernization solutions.


FACT Informationssysteme & Consulting AG will present its management cockpit for capital investments at CeBIT as well as an ideal solution for Big Data und Mobile with Software AG’s Presto.


With Fujitsu Server Terracotta BigMemory, Fujitsu and Software AG are marketing a solution that provides organizations with fast and easy access to in-memory data management. The combination of Fujitsu PRIMERGY servers and Terracotta BigMemory software offers premium performance for processing and analyzing large data volumes.

ITM Consulting

ITM provides services for operation, integration, support, configuration and training for international companies and presents roll-out and implementation strategies for large-scale Alfabet use cases, one of Software AG’s Enterprise Architecture tools.

nterra integration GmbH

nterra integration GmbH specializes in technology-agnostic integration and process solutions. nterra consults on building, expanding and running a webMethods-based platform and provides fundamental support with application development and implementations.

Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG

Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG offers machine-to-machine (M2M) technologies that enable comprehensive data transmission and remote management, allowing individual machines or complete systems all over the world to communicate with each other. At this year’s CeBIT, interested parties can learn about collaborative process analysis with ARIS Business Process Analysis and ARIS Governance, Risk & Compliance at the Software AG booth.

For detailed information about the partners and an overview of the booth, please visit

Software AG as a guest at partner booths

In addition to the partner activities at the Software AG booth, the company is also represented at the exhibits of two of its application partners.

Software AG is represented at the booth of Germany (Hall 4, C67), a long-standing technology partner. Software AG uses itself all over the world. Hundreds of companies like Coca-Cola, Axa or Johnson &Johnson use the integration architecture developed jointly by and Software AG to integrate into existing IT landscapes. At its tradeshow booth, Software AG will demonstrate how to integrate quickly and flexibly with systems from SAP, Oracle and other providers to optimize companywide business processes for customer interaction.


IDS Scheer Consulting, a Software AG company, has been offering process-oriented SAP consulting services as well as SAP solutions for 30 years. In Hannover, the company is presenting innovative and user-friendly SAP HANA solutions, app-based mobile solutions integrated with an SAP ERP system and preconfigured as well as process-oriented industry solutions at SAP’s booth C04 in Hall 4.

About Software AG

Software AG (Frankfurt TecDAX: SOW) helps organizations achieve their business objectives faster. The company's big data, integration and business process technologies enable customers to drive operational efficiency, modernize their systems and optimize processes for smarter decisions and better service. Building on over 40 years of customer-centric innovation, the company is ranked as a "leader" in fourteen market categories, fueled by core product families Adabas-Natural, ARIS, Alfabet, Apama, Terracotta and webMethods. Software AG has more than 5,200 employees in 70 countries and had revenues of around €973 million (IFRS, unaudited) in 2013.

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