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Axway B2B Cloud Launches On Amazon Web Services

Axway Cloud B2B Service will be available on Amazon Web Services, the company announced Monday (Nov. 10).

“This announcement further expands Axway’s comprehensive range of integration and data governance cloud services for enterprise customers. This announcement is integral to Axway’s strategy to provide Integration Brokerage services, including outsourcing of B2B infrastructure, with Axway supplying the people and processes required for businesses to quickly implement and realize cost benefits,” the company said. “B2B / Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Integration continues to be the backbone of organizations managing complex global communities; however, many are saddled with the limitations of their legacy EDI integration software solutions. Axway Cloud B2B Service now enables companies to securely manage and integrate with their B2B communities in the cloud without the additional investment in hardware or labor resources common with legacy EDI integration software. With Axway hosting its secure private Cloud portfolio solutions with AWS, it has access to infrastructure regions located around the world, including Western Europe, which helps protect the data integrity of its customers at all times.”

"We designed AWS to enable our customers and partners to manage their computing needs through a highly flexible model, paying only for resources used and allowing organizations to avoid costly and time consuming traditional infrastructure,” said Brian Matsubara, Head of Global Technology Alliances at Amazon Web Services, Inc. “By moving to the cloud Axway is able to take advantage of the scalable, reliable, secure and flexible technologies offered by AWS to power their Axway Cloud B2B Service technology, allowing them to focus on serving customers around the world."


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