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COMPUTER ASSOCIATES (CA) pinned its future to e-business at its CA World 2000 user conference in New Orleans last week, detailing products and partnerships to provide infrastructure for business-to-business commerce applications.
Users and analysts at the show were impressed by the breadth of CA's plans, which were founded in the release of Jasmine ii, its application development and deployment platform, and the BizWorks line of integrated financial and manufacturing applications.
"We need to integrate our partners and our partners' information from the back-end systems of 300 to 400 manufacturers and deliver personalized portals," said Raymond Cheng, president and CEO of Consortio, a Bellevue, Wash.-based business exchange builder. "Our decision [to go with Jasmine ii] was based on its robustness and …