IBM Buys Cúram Software Ltd.

IBM spent a bit of green — how much is unknown — to buy Irish software firm Cúram. Cúram specializes in software for government social welfare and health services.

Often when IBM acquires a software company one of the first orders of business is to bring that software to the mainframe. But Cúram's Business Application Suite is already available for the mainframe. IBM can focus on expanding Cúram's market presence, especially as part of IBM's "Smarter Cities" initiatives.

by Timothy Sipples December 5, 2011 in Current Affairs
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