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List of IBM Acquisitions in Lotus Space

Lotus Space

  • Aptrix [July, 2003] Aptrix was a Web content management firm, developing software that gives customers the ability to quickly and easily create, publish, manage and archive Web-based content within a company’s intranet, extranet and Internet environments. The software would become a key part of Lotus Workplace- a platform for creating collaborative work environments running on Lotus, WebSphere portal and DB2 Content Manager technologies.
  • Bowstreet, Inc. [December, 2005] Bowstreet helps companies bring together corporate applications, documents, databases and other enterprise information into a single, integrated portal application, without requiring significant technical skills.
  • Net Integration Technologies Inc. [February, 2008] Net Integration develops essential solutions for small and medium businesses that help simplify file management, directory services, e-mail, backup and recovery, and other business tasks. The solutions are designed for small business customers with little or no in-house technical expertise. Net Integration possessed an award winning product and proven technology known as Nitix. IBM has taken and enhanced the Nitix products, integrating them into the Lotus Product portfolio. The new product line is now known as Lotus Foundations.
  • Outblaze Ltd. [April, 2009] Outblaze Ltd operates one of the largest online service platforms for the provision of secure, private-label messaging, collaboration and social media services to other service providers, telecommunications operators, corporations, academia, media and publishing companies. It was one of the first companies to offer a fully hosted, multilingual e-mail service. With unique capabilities for private label branding and administration, the Outblaze messaging service assets will become part of LotusLive IBM’s online social networking and collaboration service designed for business, providing customers with more choices in messaging solutions.
  • PureEdge Solutions, Inc. [July, 2005] IBM’s acquisition of PureEdge in British Columbia expanded IBM Software Group’s already significant presence in Canada. PureEdge provided a business process automation framework to create, manage and deploy XML forms-based processes, and would enhance IBM Workplace and WebSphere Portal with capabilities such as offline processing, digital signing of multi-part forms, and attachment handling.
  • WebDialogs [August, 2007] WebDialogs provides web conferencing and event services delivered to customers via a Software-as-a-Service business model. This solution allows companies to subscribe to Web-delivered conferencing services, rather than purchasing software licenses that are deployed and managed on-site. WebDialogs gives businesses of all sizes the ability to collaborate beyond the corporate intranet with easy to use, easy to acquire web conferencing services.
  • PureEdge Solutions, Inc. [July, 2005] IBM’s acquisition of PureEdge in British Columbia expanded IBM Software Group’s already significant presence in Canada. PureEdge provided a business process automation framework to create, manage and deploy XML forms-based processes, and would enhance IBM Workplace and WebSphere Portal with capabilities such as offline processing, digital signing of multi-part forms, and attachment handling.
  • WebDialogs [August, 2007] WebDialogs provides web conferencing and event services delivered to customers via a Software-as-a-Service business model. This solution allows companies to subscribe to Web-delivered conferencing services, rather than purchasing software licenses that are deployed and managed on-site. WebDialogs gives businesses of all sizes the ability to collaborate beyond the corporate intranet with easy to use, easy to acquire web conferencing services.

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