Green lights new SOA-based Logistics Management System into
TasmanAve Architects SOA-based
Logistics Management System and Clorox Begins to Realize Real
Cost-savings as a Result
Jose, California, October 20, 2007 -- TasmanAve, Inc., today announced
that the SOA-based Logistics Management System it architected for
Clorox moved to production last week in warehouses all over the United
States. Clorox is now connected to intelligent transportation
management systems from world class carriers using Oracle’s SOA
Suite and Web services. This project is a model of future
integration projects at Clorox.
The integration architecture includes a
highly available and secured SOA suite infrastructure that
orchestrates business as a set of BPEL processes. This
enterprise-strength solution will save Clorox on logistics
expenses--a key for consumer products companies.
"We read about the
significant cost savings that SOA can offer companies.
It is great when reality can mirror the hype in the industry and
work on projects that ultimately affect the bottom line as directly
as this one," said Naresh Apte,
TasmanAve Founder and CEO.
TasmanAve, Inc. (www.tasmanave.com) is
dedicated to providing strategic and implementation consulting
services at the intersection where interoperability, process
integration, and SOA technologies meet. TasmanAve strives to make
its customers successful in their journey to become more agile and
interoperable with its team experienced in architecting, developing,
and sustaining mission critical solutions. TasmanAve delivers to
this vision in several enterprise application areas such as
Business-to-Business (B2B), Enterprise Application Integration (EAI),
and Service portal solutions. For more information about TasmanAve,
visit our Web site at