IBM and Maconomy to market a shared IT solution for SMEs  

2004.11.10
IBM has entered a partnership agreement with the Danish software company Maconomy to market a shared IT solution for SMEs

IBM has entered a partnership agreement with the Danish software company Maconomy to market a shared IT solution for SMEs that need finance and project management. Initially the two companies will market their product in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland, but provided that expectations are met, the collaboration could be extended to cover the rest of the world.

 

The shared product, MaconomyOne, is a light version of Maconomy's core programme. It will be sold together with a server from IBM that runs on the open source operating system Linux and is based on IBM's database, DB2. Also included in the package are consultant assistance for fast implementation, and service.

 

Maconomy was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Copenhagen. It provides web-based business management solutions designed for project-oriented organisations. Customers include Avnet Enterprise Solutions, Danske Bank, Deloitte & Touche, Philips Design, Millward Brown and PricewaterhouseCoopers. The news is reported by financial newspaper Børsen.

 

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