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Software AG | Interim Management Report 1/2013 6 IT departments to move all important data from slow, expensive hard-disk memory to the ultra-fast main memory. They can achieve higher processing speeds, better scalability and simplified usability and processes even with extremely large amounts of data. • Version 9 of the ARIS software product was unveiled at ProcessWorld, a customer event held in Orlando, FL in October 2012. The product was presented to the IT com- munity at CeBIT and is now available to the general public. This platform for business process management combines the functionality of the four technology trends — mobile, big data, social collaboration and cloud. The enhanced functionality results in optimized business processes and enables business units to become involved quickly at any stage of a project. The perfor- mance of ARIS 9.0 also impressed the independent market research firm, Forrester Research. Its latest study, The Forrester WaveTM : Enterprise Architecture Manage- ment Suites, positioned Software AG as a leader with a top score in the “Product Strategy” category. Software AG also earned the best rating of all vendors for guar- anteeing high-quality and efficient business solutions. • Furthermore, Software AG announced at CeBIT that web- Methods 9.0—the newest version of its integration plat- form—would be available in the second quarter of the current fiscal year. webMethods enables organization to incorporate time-critical, cloud-based, mobile applica- tions through significantly improved performance. Ter- racotta BigMemory 4.0 will be integrated here as well. The technology features the market’s very first in-mem- ory-enabled Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). U.S. federal unit established Moreover, Software AG continued to drive forward its mar- keting and sales initiative in the strategically key North American market in the quarter under review. As part of this, in February 2013 the Company established Software AG Government Solutions, based in Reston, Virginia, which is a subsidiary devoted solely to business with the U.S. public sector and its most important suppliers. Development of the federal unit began in 2012. As a company with German roots, this unit helps Software AG’s chances when bidding on public contracts from the U.S. government and signing large deals with new customers in the public sector. Innovations from CeBIT 2013 One highlight of the first quarter of 2013 was Software AG’s presence at CeBIT 2013 in Hannover, Germany in early March. The Company took advantage of the IT industry’s leading fair to present numerous technological innovations for the Digital Enterprise. These innovations even drew Ger- man chancellor Angela Merkel’s attention during her visit to Software AG’s stand as part of her annual tour of the fair. • Software AG announced In-Genius for the third quarter of 2013, the sector’s very first scalable in-memory intel- ligence platform for big data. It integrates in-memory data management with processing and streaming of data thereby providing valuable, relevant information in real time. In-Genius is based on the Terracotta in- memory data platform, BigMemory 4.0, which has been available since CeBIT. This technology enables