Maximize uptime

Better still, we have complete peace of mind that our B2B integration platform is available 24/7; since the IBM solution went live, we have experienced no unplanned downtime.

—Carsten van den Bogert, Rabobank


24/7

B2B integration


Addressing the demands for high availability operations

Rabobank leverages a highly available platform

Simplify onboarding

In just a few years, we have grown from 40 trading partners to more than 200, and our IBM platform has enabled us to accommodate that expansion almost effortlessly.

—Carsten van den Bogert, Rabobank


From 40

trading partners

To 200

trading partners


An IT architects panel discussion on modernizing your B2B platform

A collaborative approach to partner onboarding and engagement

Protect from breeches

Failure to quickly identify a data breach leads to higher costs — the Ponemon Institute reports that the total cost of a data breach is now $3.8 million.


$3.8

million data breach cost


Security best practices for file-based data movement— an IT practitioner's guide

The attempts never stop and companies need extreme measures to protect themselves. Encrypting data at-rest and in-motion and authenticating trading partners is now mandatory. IBM B2B Integration solutions can help.¹

Security best practices for file-based data movement

Robust auditable edge security for B2B data exchanges

Comply with standards

A recent survey found that 71% of companies deal with new B2B standards every quarter. Staying current with changing industry data standards isn't easy

—Carsten van den Bogert, Rabobank


71%

Managing new B2B standards


IBM B2B integration solutions help companies manage simple to complex B2B integration requirements and applicable industry standards.²

Introduction to IBM Transformation Extender

Standards processing: The key to simplifying B2B integration

Universal Transformation

  1. The 2015 Cost of Data Breach Study: Impact of Business Continuity Management; Ponemon Institute.
  2. 2015 Vanson Bourne B2B Integration and MFT Global Study for IBM.