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One of the largest school systems in the US integrates more than 30 enterprise apps that run the school system’s operations and monitosr 65000+ desktop workstations. The result: greater automation of business processes and compliance with “No Child Left Behind” requirements. Become part of the growing Software AG community! Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: www.twitter.com Linkedin: www.linkedin.com YouTube: www.youtube.com Thank you for viewing! We welcome your comments and feedback!
The 13th largest school system in the US, Fairfax County Public Schools used webMethods Optimize (BAM) to integrate over 30 enterprise applications that run the school systems operations and monitor more than 65000 desktop workstations, supported by approximately 700 servers, resulting in greater automation of business processes and compliance with No Child Left Behind requirements. Video Rating: 0 / 5
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Citation Details Title: RUMS–right-of-way tracking: software from Virginia helps manage this complicated process from start to finish and provides real-time customer service. Author: Sande Snead Publication:Public Roads (Magazine/Journal) Date: January 1, 2005 Publisher: Superintendent Of Documents Volume: 68 Issue: 4 Page: 24(4)