New ERP integration from Dell Boomi coming to Ariba Network, including Microsoft Dynamics GP

Back in 2012, Microsoft had been recruiting Ariba to become a "global ISV" as part of the Dynamics AX push into the enterprise market. And they appeared to make progress, as in April of 2012, Ariba announced a strategic alliance with Microsoft to offer an adapter between the Ariba Network and Dynamics AX. But then in May 2012, SAP announced its plans to acquire of Ariba for $4.3 billion, calling into question the future openness of the commerce and business service platform, and leading analysts to sugge

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Microsoft - Hubwoo partnership

It is worth noting that Microsoft has ceased its partnership with Ariba, and has announced a global go-to-market alliance with Ariba's competitor Hubwoo. The Business Network by Hubwoo is a hub of over 1M businesses and is a single point of supply chain collaboration for Microsoft Dynamics customers.
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