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ILOG JRules Receives "Designed for EMC Documentum" Accreditation

21.09.2007
ILOG JRules Successfully Meets Stringent Set of Criteria for Good design, Development and Implementation

ILOG® (NASDAQ: ILOG; Euronext: ILO, ISIN: FR0004042364), today announced that its ILOG JRules®, a key offering in ILOG’s business rule management system (BRMS) product line, has received “Designed for EMC Documentum” accreditation status. The Designed for EMC Documentum designation demonstrates that ILOG JRules has successfully met a stringent set of criteria for good design, development and implementation. Further, the designation ensures that JRules applications developed for the EMC® Documentum® enterprise content management (ECM) platform require minimal implementation and configuration.

Using ILOG JRules’ standards-based “Transparent Decision Service” integration, Documentum customers can leverage ILOG’s business rules management system to deploy and apply policy changes. Leveraging ILOG’s award-winning JRules, business users can make policy changes within any business process management (BPM) application without any IT involvement. The end result is faster business agility in response to customer demands, regulations and competitive threats.

Customers pursuing enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA) strategies achieve additional benefits as a result of using a BRMS because the system provides complete control over changes in decision services, reducing operational cost and improving transparency. ILOG JRules allows users to automatically deploy rule-based Web services.

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“With competitive pressures mounting, organizations need to find new ways to deliver process efficiency and enhance their business response times”, said Desmond Delandro, vice president of strategic alliances of ILOG. “We are pleased to be teaming with EMC, and look forward to bringing more high-value offerings to market for the benefit of our mutual customers.”

“By providing ILOG JRules as a packaged offering designed for integration with the EMC Documentum platform, ILOG is enabling joint customers to unlock the value of their business process management applications and benefit from a rapid deployment of decision services in an SOA environment”, said EMC’s Randy Ziegler, director, developer programs. “The offering’s status as Designed for EMC-accredited demonstrates ILOG’s commitment to the Documentum platform and the quality and value of its offering.  Partners such as ILOG build solutions on the Documentum platform to enable customers to leverage the robust capabilities of EMC Documentum for managing their most critical and strategic information.”

The Designed for EMC Program helps ISVs, VSPs and SIs target, design, develop and go to market with successful offerings based on the EMC Documentum platform.

As a member, partners can submit their offering to be considered for Designed for EMC Documentum accreditation, which ensures that the offering has met all requirements to be certified on the EMC platform. To learn more about JRules and the Designed for EMC program, please visit http://www.emc.com/applicationportfolio.

About ILOG
ILOG delivers software and services that empower customers to make better decisions faster and manage change and complexity. Over 2,500 corporations and more than 465 leading software vendors rely on ILOG's market-leading business rule management system (BRMS), supply chain planning and scheduling applications and optimization and visualization software components, to achieve dramatic returns on investment, create market-defining products and services, and sharpen their competitive edge. ILOG was founded in 1987 and employs more than 850 people worldwide.

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