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Axway maintient sa position d’acteur majeur du numérique français :

Axway (NYSE Euronext : AXW.PA), leader du marché de la gouvernance des flux de données, conforte sa position d’acteur majeur de l’industrie du logiciel et maintient sa position dans le Top 5 des éditeurs français de logiciel. Comptant plus de 11 000 clients dans plus de 100 pays, dont 38 sociétés du CAC 40, Axway fournit aux grandes entreprises des solutions technologiques permettant de mieux gérer les flux de données stratégiques circulant dans l’entreprise, avec l’extérieur entre partenaires, au sein des communautés B2B, vers le cloud et les périphériques mobiles.

Les classements Global Software Leaders de l’AFDEL et le Truffle 100 placent Axway respectivement en 4ième et 5ième position des éditeurs de logiciels français en 2013 ; année marquée par le lancement de la nouvelle génération d’offre Axway 5 Suite, un leadership reconnu dans 2 carrés magiques du Gartner relatifs au marché de l’intégration d’applications(1) (“Magic Quadrant for On-Premises Application Integration Suites,” publié le 27 Juin 2013) et de la gouvernance des services(2) (“Magic Quadrant for Application Services Governance,” publié le 8 Août 2013), et dans le rapport publié par InfoTech dans le MFT, et le mouvement de consolidation du marché des API initié par Axway.

« Nous sommes ravis de faire partie du Top 5 des éditeurs français et ceci conforte la pertinence de notre vision. » déclare Christophe Fabre, Directeur Général d’Axway. « Axway poursuit son projet de développement à travers le déploiement d’infrastructures pour la gouvernance des flux de données à destination des grandes organisations et de leurs écosystèmes afin d’aider les entreprises à faire face à cette digitalisation de l’économie et ainsi améliorer leur efficacité opérationnelle. »

La dynamique du marché entretenue par les grandes tendances technologiques comme la mobilité, le Cloud, le Big Data et l’Internet des objets conduit à un développement important des échanges de flux à l’intérieur et à l’extérieur de l’entreprise. Le marché de l’intégration est ainsi dynamisé par la révolution digitale et les technologies d’intégration traditionnelles ne suffisent plus à adresser le champ des nouvelles problématiques d’intégration amenées par l’économie numérique. Axway 5 Suite réalise à la fois la convergence du marché de l’intégration et propose une approche commune de gouvernance des flux de données et ainsi de maîtriser tous les flux à la frontière de l’entreprise.

Gartner est indépendant des entreprises fournisseurs, produits et services cités dans ses études, et ne recommande pas aux utilisateurs de choisir nécessairement leur fournisseur parmi les mieux positionnés. Les études du Gartner reflètent l’opinion des équipes du Gartner et ne doivent en aucun cas être considérés comme des faits établis. Gartner décline toute responsabilité, explicite ou implicite, concernant cette étude, notamment toute garantie de qualité marchande ou d'adéquation à un usage particulier.

1 « Gartner Magic Quadrant for On-Premises Application Integration Suites (Carré magique Gartner pour les solutions d'intégration d'applications sur site ») par Jess Thompson, Yefim V. Natis, Massimo Pezzini, Daniel Sholler, Ross Altman et Kimihiko Iijima, 27 juin 2013

2 « Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Services Governance » (« Carré Magique Gartner pour la gouvernance des services applicatifs») par Paolo Malinverno, Daryl C. Plummer, Gordon Van Huizen, Août 2013

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À propos d'Axway

Axway (NYSE Euronext : AXW.PA), leader du marché de la gouvernance des échanges de données, est un éditeur de logiciels comptant plus de 11 000 clients du secteur privé et public dans 100 pays. Depuis plus de 10 ans, Axway fournit aux grandes entreprises des solutions technologiques permettant de mieux gérer les flux de données stratégiques circulant dans l’entreprise, avec l’extérieur entre partenaires, au sein des communautés B2B, vers le cloud et les périphériques mobiles. Nos solutions sont proposées pour une gestion sur site (on premise) ou hébergées dans le cloud, avec une gamme complète de services. Elles couvrent notamment les domaines de l’intégration B2B, de la gestion des transferts de fichiers (MFT – Managed File Transfer), de la gestion des API et des identités ainsi que de la sécurisation des emails. Axway, dont le siège social est en France et la direction générale basée aux États-Unis, dispose de bureaux dans 19 pays. http://www.axway.fr

À propos d’Axway 5 Suite

Axway 5 Suite assure le contrôle et l’optimisation des flux de données indépendamment des systèmes et des formats utilisés. Axway 5 Suite permet de sécuriser, fiabiliser, appliquer des règles métiers et gouverner de bout en bout les échanges de données au sein et au-delà des frontières de l’entreprise.

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