SOURCE: Nexaweb Technologies, Inc.

June 06, 2007 09:48 ET

Nexaweb Announces Enterprise Web 2.0 Spring eConference Series

Learn How to Modernize Your Enterprise With Web 2.0 Technology; Notable Speakers Include Representatives From BlueNote, CapGemini, Gartner, Inkriti, Jefferies & Company, Metex, Nexaweb and SunGard InvestStar*ONE

BURLINGTON, MA--(Marketwire - June 6, 2007) - Nexaweb Technologies®, Inc., provider of the leading standards-based platform for building and deploying Enterprise Web 2.0 (EW2.0) applications, today announced its Spring eConference Series designed to help software developers, IT architects and managers explore and speed the creation of enterprise-class composite, 'mashup' and Rich Internet Applications (RIAs).

The eConference Series will examine various approaches surrounding Enterprise Web 2.0 software integration, development and deployment. eConference sessions will include product demonstrations and real-life examples of organizations in various industries that have successfully implemented next-generation Nexaweb-powered applications and that are already enjoying positive ROI.

The Nexaweb eConference Series schedule includes:

"iSeries/System i Modernization with Ajax," June 12, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET

--  Presenters:  Vinod Pabba, CEO, Inkriti; Cliff Lee, Director, Technical
    Services, Nexaweb
--  Modernization of  IBM System i applications with Enterprise Web 2.0
    solutions offers many advantages including a rich, graphical UI complete
    with real-time data and charting capabilities.  Attendees will learn how
    their organizations can combine Ajax technology with JTOpen, an open source
    IBM System i SDK, to modernize their enterprises' iSeries/System i
    infrastructure and deliver enterprise-class composite applications to
    thousands of geographically dispersed locations and employees via the Web.
    Additionally, Nexaweb and partner Inkriti will demonstrate "EasyWMS," a
    sample warehouse management system that illustrates access to native System
    i resources as well as access to other data sources.
"Enterprise Web 2.0 101 for Wall Street," June 13, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
--  Presenters:  Peter Meechan, Capital Markets Thought Leader, CapGemini;
    Customer testimonials from Mark Judah, CTO, SunGard; Omer Soykan, SVP,
    Jefferies & Company; and Sam Berg, Director, Nexaweb
--  Wall Street firms have already begun adopting Enterprise Web 2.0
    technology and are experiencing significant return.  Attendees will learn
    how global investment bank Jefferies & Company has developed a wiki-like
    deal management tool that enables employees across various groups to access
    details around deals, such as mergers and acquisitions, and tools for
    tracking meeting attendance.
"Legacy Application Modernization with Enterprise Web 2.0," June 19, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
--  Presenters:  Roy Mular, Director, Metex; Sam Berg, Director, Nexaweb
--  The Metex Application Transformation Solution is the proven method to
    transform legacy client/server applications of any size or complexity. The
    methodology's primary mission is to provide the highest quality code when
    transforming PowerBuilder, Oracle Forms, Forte, VB or Centura applications
    to Java or .NET.  Attendees will discover how to modernize legacy
    client/server applications quickly, while leveraging existing code.
"Enterprise Web 2.0: Why, How, and Now?" June 21, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
--  Presenters:  Anthony Bradley, Research Director, Gartner; David
    McFarlane, COO, Nexaweb
--  Many organizations have implemented their Web 2.0 strategies and are
    already experiencing ROI.  Attendees will hear about Web 2.0 best
    practices, whether at a department level or enterprise-wide, and how to get
    started building a web-oriented architecture that can serve as a primary
    business application platform.
"Modernizing the Call Center with Enterprise Web 2.0," June 28, 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
--  Presenters:  Marc Ericcson, Director of Product Management, BlueNote
    Networks; David McFarlane, COO, Nexaweb
--  The integration of Enterprise Web 2.0 and IP Telephony software can
    dramatically enhance customer service and increase call center
    productivity.  Attendees will learn how to deliver information from across
    the enterprise to agents in-house, off-shore or at home, in real-time over
    the Web.  Examples of real-life modernization initiatives in G2000
    companies will be shared as well as a product demonstration of an IP-
    telephony enabled Web 2.0 call center application.
To register for these free eConferences and to obtain additional details, please visit:

About Nexaweb

Nexaweb's Enterprise Web 2.0 solutions enable enterprises to rapidly deploy Richer, Thinner, Faster applications over the Web. With Nexaweb, building Ajax and Java UI applications that access legacy and service-oriented data systems is simple and doesn't require re-writing code. And only Nexaweb's EW2.0 solution is proven by more than 5,000 successful global deployments. Founded in February 2000 and rooted in the MIT community, Nexaweb is based in Burlington, Massachusetts. The company is privately held and funded by institutional investors. For more information, visit or call (781) 345-5500.

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