Axway and Lawson Expand Partnership to Resell Axway SOA-Based Solution


Axway, a provider of multi-enterprise solutions and infrastructure, and Lawson, a provider of enterprise resource planning software, announced an expansion of their partnership.

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Lawson has extended its enterprise software offering to include Axway B2Bi Express, a solution for completing the ‘last mile’ of supply chain integration for mid-market enterprises. Lawson will also now offer to its clients Axway’s entire line of multi-enterprise business computing solutions.

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This partnership focuses on the Lawson M3 Enterprise Management System, which provides a number of integrated business application suites that cover all core and supporting business processes. The Lawson M3 system is designed for companies in manufacturing, distribution, and equipment service management. Lawson also offers the S3 Enterprise Management System, which is a line of enterprise applications specifically designed for services industries such as public services and healthcare.

Axway B2Bi Express serves as an extension to Lawson’s offering, with powerful, scalable, easy-to-use business-to-business integration (B2Bi). Axway B2Bi Express improves the management, security and integrity of mission-critical business data transfers between trading partners. Based on Axway’s Synchrony technology and service-oriented architecture (SOA), the solution supports a wide range of message protocols and standards, making it easier for companies to do business with their trading partners. Available as on-premise licensed software or as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, it is versatile enough to work with any small- to mid-sized enterprise (SME) trading community, and grows as the company grows.

Axway B2Bi Express delivers enterprise-class integration capabilities to the mid-market,” said Ole Rasmussen, global director of product management, Lawson. “Our global partnership with Axway will help bring the full scope of enterprise management software to these and our larger customers. B2Bi Express and the rest of the Axway offering can help support our global rollout of Lawson applications.”

Lawson pre-sales, sales, development, and technical support employees received hands-on training and comprehensive tools to sell and support Axway B2Bi Express worldwide. Lawson and Axway will continue to work together, providing optimum service and support to help ensure new and existing customers can make the most of Axway B2Bi Express’ features and functionality.

“Lawson’s expertise in ERP solutions and service, and their dedication to the success of their clients’ businesses, make them ideal partners for Axway,” said Ulf Persson, director of solutions marketing, Axway. “With our enhanced partnership, we now have the opportunity to provide Lawson’s clients with this powerful new solution for B2B integration and community management, plus the breadth of our global product offering.”

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