The application integration market has a new player following the birth of eBusiness Engineering (eBe) in Sydney.
The new integrator was conceived as a joint venture by its two directors, Malcolm Featherstone and Jason Smart, and Professional Advantage, an IT integrator that owns part of Com Tech's ASP business, Com Tech Central.
The company plans to offer the small-to-medium business market with application integration capabilities that were previously out of their financial reach. "We found the integration tools on the market were too expensive for Australian SMEs, and the only companies consulting in this space were the big five accounting firms," said Featherstone.
The first integration tools eBe will be reselling will be those produced by the Swedish integration tool provider, Viewlocity.