Software AG delivers new innovation with webMethods to help businesses achieve digital transformation faster
Darmstadt, Germany - Software AG (Frankfurt MDAX: SOW) today announced new innovations of its webMethods platform for APIs, Integration and Microservices. With this release, companies can simplify and accelerate their digital transformation initiatives while also speeding their adoption of cloud.
Suraj Kumar, GM of API, Integration and Microservices at Software AG, commented: “Companies today are facing unprecedented challenges with speed of digital transformation. Our customers are accelerating their multi-year roadmap of digital programs to months just to keep pace with this rapidly changing and disruptive market. That’s why we are focused on helping companies accelerate their digital transformation initiatives. Our customers are innovating daily, customizing curbside pickup, monetizing data, deploying digital healthcare and rolling out open banking solutions, for example.”
The latest updates to webMethods include:
According to a recent Gartner report, application leaders struggle to deliver APIs while minimizing the workload hitting their systems of record. But APIs enable digital modernization and companies are increasingly adopting APIs and microservices as the building blocks for innovation. Furthermore, recent research from Software AG and Vanson Bourne shows that 97 percent of organizations believe it would be beneficial to combine the utilization of APIs, microservices and integration together as a bundled solution.
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About Software AG
Software AG is the software pioneer of a truly connected world. Since 1969, it has helped 10,000+ organizations use software to connect people, departments, systems and devices. Software AG empowers truly connected enterprises using integration & APIs, IoT & analytics and business & IT transformation. Software AG’s products establish a fluid flow of data that allows everything and everyone to work together. The company has more than 4,700 employees across more than 70 countries and annual revenue of over €800m, with the aim of exceeding €1bn by 2023.