z Systems Solution Edition for Chordiant

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Chordiant, now part of Pegasystems, offers a suite of customer experience management solutions for building deeper, more enduring and profitable customer relationships. Chordiant released new versions of foundation server and decision management applications optimized for z Systems using WebSphere Application Server for z/OS and DB2 for z/OS.

Today z Systems brings several unique strengths to your business for Chordiant applications. By allowing the collocation of the Chordiant applications with z Systems data, clients can now inherit the mainframe’s powerful performance, security, availability and resiliency for customer experience management solutions.

The z Systems Solution Edition for Chordiant provides very attractive pricing for clients who want to deploy Chordiant applications on the mainframe but are concerned with costs. The offering includes the z Systems hardware, maintenance and software required for the Chordiant applications now available on z/OS.

This offering provides a foundation for leaders in financial services, insurance, healthcare and telecommunications firms to reduce infrastructure complexity and improve flexibility as they address changing market trends in today’s environment.

Please contact your IBM sales representative today, to learn how this offering can help you deploy an environment designed to meet the requirements of your workloads.

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