IBM and Aricent Announce Expanded Partnership to Securely Connect Digital Business

IBM and Aricent Announce Expanded Partnership to Securely Connect Digital Business

Today, IBM and Aricent unveiled a new collaboration for Connect:Direct, Connect:Express and Connect:Enterprise assets.

IBM has led this market for over 30 years and this innovative partnership will enable this trusted offering, a defacto standard in file transfer for banks, to grow in its relevance and leadership in the market.

Aricent shares our vision for the future and together we will help clients all over the world tackle the next generation workloads. By tapping into our respective strengths in engineering innovation and design, this new licensing agreement will result in product advances that will improve current uses and extend Connect:Direct, Connect:Express and Connect:Enterprise to address emerging use cases such as new cloud deployment models.

“Markets are changing at incredible speeds and bringing with them increased complexity, the likes of which have never been seen before. As companies implement digital strategies they need to securely connect and collaborate. We are extremely proud to be associated with such a trusted and mission-critical product such as Connect:Direct”, said Frank Kern, CEO of Aricent.

Aricent is a global design and engineering company innovating for customers in the digital era. For decades, Aricent has helped clients do new things for the first time and scale their efforts with intention. Aricent helps some of the world’s most pioneering companies lead into the future through design thinking, research & development and technology innovation. Aricent works with clients to enhance the customer experience and develop customized solutions to complex and mission critical issues.

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