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Learn about the changes in the ITX portfolio, new capabilities available, and how your company can benefit

Over the last 24 months, IBM has invested heavily in its B2B portfolio of products—including its transformation solutions. As part of this, they have renamed and repackaged WebSphere Transformation Extender (WTX) to IBM Transformation Extender (ITX) and IBM Transformation Extender Advanced (ITXA).  

ibm-bp-premier-2011-webWith these changes, companies that have invested in WTX and data standards technologies have additional opportunities to reduce costs, expand capabilities, improve visibility, reduce time and market, and improve operational benefits. 

View this Lightwell and IBM webcast to learn about the changes in the ITX portfolio, new capabilities available, and how your company can benefit. We explore:

  • The renaming and repackaging of WebSphere Transformation Extender (WTX) to ITX and ITXA 
  • How the addition of ITX Advanced and the repackaging of ITX creates business and technical value for companies
  • How these solutions address common B2B requirements and how they help to overcome a wide range of technical issues
  • The additional B2B functionality provided by ITX Advanced, and how companies can benefit from it

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Byron Hall

Byron Hall, Lightwell

Byron is a Solution Architect with over 17 years in the B2B, MFT, standards and transformation space. His specialties include solution design for complex B2B value chains for organizations of all sizes and industry verticals.  Byron has extensive experience with WTX/ITX as a customer as well as at IBM, where he assisted numerous clients across industries with their solution design requirements.   

Luke Raiano, IBM

Luke Raiano, IBM

Luke is a Senior Offering Manager for the IBM porfolio of B2B integration and transformation products, including IBM Transformation Extender. He joined the IBM team in 1996 as a systems administrator, and has held a variety of technical and managerial positions in his 18 year career. Committed to understanding the needs of IBM clients, Luke has worked with IBM customers in over 20 countries.  

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