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Triversitys Transactionware Enterprise Supports IBM Retail Environment for SuSE Linux

Monday 12 January 2004 15:30 CET | News

Triversity Transactionware Enterprise is available for the new IBM Retail Environment for SuSE Linux.

Triversity customers can now take advantage of the flexibility and scalability of Transactionware Enterprise for on-demand retailing at POS, wireless and other in-store devices, all powered by IBMs retail-tuned SuSE Linux operating system software. The combination of Transactionware Enterprise and the IBM Retail Environment for SuSE Linux can lower the total cost of ownership of next-generation POS solutions while providing predictable costs and a safe, stable support and upgrade path. Transactionware Enterprise is the most cost-effective, easily deployed J2EE (Java 2 Enterprise Edition) solution available today for Point-of-Sale (POS) and Point-of-Interaction applications in the retail enterprise. Transactionware Enterprise is the first and only Java POS solution designed from the ground up to harness the power of J2EE. Its highly scalable, open architecture allows retailers to deploy solutions ranging from true thin-client to thick-client systems, on up to massively scalable enterprise server environments that handle billions of transactions per year. The availability of Transactionware Enterprise on the IBM retail Linux solution continues the close integration of Triversity solutions with IBM software. The Triversity Enterprise Framework contained within Transactionware Enterprise integrates with IBMs J2EE infrastructure, including IBM WebSphere Application Server 5.0, IBM WebSphere MQ, and IBM DB2 Universal Database. As a result, Transactionware Enterprise can leverage the IBM software stack for applications that span the retail enterprise -- from head office to store servers to the full range of customer touch points, including point-of-sale (POS) systems, kiosks, and the Internet.


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