IWS Announces Strategic Selection of Sonic Software's Enterprise Service Bus

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Integrated Warehousing Solutions, LLC, a leading provider of supply chain execution solutions, announced today that it has made a strategic selection of the Sonic Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) product from Sonic Software, a division of Progress Software of Bedford, MA.

Integrated Warehousing Solutions, LLC, a leading provider of supply chain execution solutions, announced today that it has made a strategic selection of the Sonic Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) product from Sonic Software, a division of Progress Software of Bedford, MA.

Sonic is the author of Sonic ESB which is an enterprise service bus that enables companies to integrate applications across the enterprise using a standards-based, server-oriented architecture (SOA). Highly distributed, yet centrally manageable, the ESB overcomes limitations of monolithic integration brokers and application servers to create an event-driven enterprise SOA which can adapt to ever-changing business requirements.

Sonic Software’s integration products are built on the world’s first enterprise service bus (ESB), offering a standards-based distributed infrastructure that reliably and cost-effectively connects applications and orchestrates business processes across the extended enterprise. "With Sonic we expect to expand our integration reach, reduce our integration costs, and significantly enhance our solutions' agility in the ever changing Supply Chain marketplace," stated Carl Brewer, President of IWS. "The Sonic ESB will allow us to easily integrate the IRMS Warehouse Management System with Certified interfaces to over 200 ERP, SCM, and CRM applications including SAP, PeopleSoft / JD Edwards, Oracle, and SSA Global / Baan, just to name a few. The scope of this product is limitless and provides us with the flexibility to integrate with almost any other enterprise system on the market, very easily, and in a cost-effective way."

Since Sonic is built on the world’s first enterprise service bus, its architecture is a clear evolution from traditional integration brokers, enabling organizations to implement a high-value "build and deploy once – access from anywhere" strategy for their critical enterprise services.

About Sonic Software Corporation

Sonic Software, the inventor and leading provider of the enterprise service bus (ESB), enables over 700 customers to integrate their distributed enterprise with a standards-based, service-oriented architecture (SOA). The patented innovations of Sonic products deliver enterprise integration and messaging with superior flexibility, high scalability and continuous availability.

Sonic Software is an independent operating company of Progress Software Corporation (NASDAQ: PRGS), a US$300+ million global software industry leader. Headquartered in Bedford, Mass., Sonic Software can be reached on the Web at http://www.sonicsoftware.com, or by phone at 1-(781) 999-7000 or 1(800) GET-SONIC.

Sonic ESB , Sonic Continuous Availability Architecture and Sonic Software (and design) are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sonic Software Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. Any other trademarks or service marks contained herein are the property of their respective owners.

About Integrated Warehousing Solutions, LLC

Integrated Warehousing Solutions, LLC develops, implements, and supports the IRMS Warehouse Management System, providing customers with logistics consulting, project management, systems integration, installation, training and on-going support to increase productivity, fulfillment accuracy, and improve customer service. The IRMS Warehouse Management System was developed specifically with customers' supply chain management needs in mind. It provides flexibility, low Total Cost of Ownership, and low degree of maintenance with a high degree of performance, scalability, and accuracy. For more information about IRMS contact John Bilas at (800) 682-2910 or visit the company website at http://www.iws-irms.com.

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