For many manufacturers, distributors and retailers with a mishmash of disparate back-office business applications, Sterling Commerce, a traditional integration and communication provider, has recently unveiled a package designed to automate web-based commerce all the way from order capture to fulfillment and payment, as a result of bringing together a few prudent acquisitions over the last three years.
implementation of plm for warehousing
software on-premise, and related implementation and maintenance services (except Nistevo that was on-demand basically from the word go ). Today, while still selling many products under the license model, Sterling Commerce offers some of its products, in part, on a SaaS (multi-tenant) basis, but mainly on a hosted MSP basis (in a dedicated, single-tenant manner). The future direction of Sterling is certainly inclined towards SaaS delivery. As a reminder, under the SaaS model, the software is installed,