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New CA Products Ease Data Flow Between Businesses

Computer Associates' new interBiz Solutions divisionunveiled a flurry of new products yesterday, including a beta version of its BizWorks business management framework and updates for supply-chain and financial services applications. The BizWorks framework, based on CA technology such as its Jasmine object database, is intended to help connect applications and information sources to facilitate data flow across a corporation, as well as between businesses.

The framework can use CA's Neugent (Neural Learning Agent) technology to analyze the information traveling through the business to spot weaknesses in a supply chain and predict business events. InterBiz president Reuven Battat says the framework will be ready sometime in early 2000. Pricing is not set, but will involve a basic framework at a modest price with add-on applications and services at higher prices.

One new CA application is interBureau, based on the Masterpiece/Net financial applications suite from CA's Prestige Software International unit, which will let financial institutions offer services over the Web. The Bank Performance Management suite, from the interBiz Banking Group, will help banks measure profitability.

The interBiz Supply Chain Group, meanwhile, has introduced an Internet order entry product, a report writer, a general ledger system offering support for multinational and multidivision enterprises, an advanced scheduler, and a workflow automation tool.

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