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Triple-Digit ROI Achieved With Help of BEA WebLogic Integration

Triple-Digit ROI Achieved With Help of BEA WebLogic Integration

(San Jose, CA) – BEA Systems, Inc., one of the world's leading application infrastructure software companies, has announced the addition of more than 80 BEA WebLogic Integration customers from July through October 31, 2001. This represents 130 percent growth, quarter over quarter, in BEA's software integration business.

BEA WebLogic Integration has helped customers achieve significant return on investment, as high as 500 percent in some cases. Leveraging the application integration, business process management, B2B integration, and application server capabilities of BEA WebLogic Integration, leading companies have achieved significant ROI by reducing business complexity and automating business processes. Some of these customers include: American Presidents Line (APL), COMindico, Crown Castle USA, Inc., Firstar Mutual, Indus International, IP Communications, Onmark, Pfizer, Inc., PipeVine, Relizon, Telstra, Texas Instruments, and Verizon.

"Using BEA WebLogic Integration to support our customer provisioning process allowed us to reduce the human intervention needed to support each new customer request, resulting in an annual return on investment of 522 percent," said Rick Barry, vice president of IT, IP Communications. "BEA's standards-based platform allowed us to gain a competitive advantage with faster, more cost-effective service delivery. We were able to reduce our time to delivery to an average of 15 days from 45 days."

For container transportation and logistics provider APL, and other established companies, BEA WebLogic Integration addresses critical business problems and helps customers quickly reduce costs, access new markets, and create value for their customers. As an example, Verizon worked with Accenture, a leading provider of management and technology consulting services and solutions, to develop an integration solution based on BEA WebLogic Integration. Accenture created a computing resource adapter for Verizon, leveraging the strength of BEA's standards-based integration framework for the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition Connector Architecture (J2EE CA) and BEA's built-in support for Web services.

"We are using BEA WebLogic Integration and other BEA technology to get closer to our customers, to leverage and extend our existing IT investments, and to streamline key business processes," said Marge Putman, vice president of IT at Relizon. "The goal is to increase our efficiency and profitability by improving our ability to respond more quickly to our customers. Initial estimates are that we will recognize 30 percent ROI after deploying BEA technology." BEA WebLogic Integration 2.1 and other BEA WebLogic products are available for download fromhttp://www.bea.com target = “_new”>www.bea.com.

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