IBM has announced new software and services to support businesses as they address efficiency-related challenges in dealing with the energy crisis and creating environmental business metrics. IBM’s new software is designed to reduce energy consumption by more than 35 percent. New IBM Content Collection and Archiving software provides de-duplication and integration with records retention services that help reduce customers’ storage and electronic discovery costs while helping to integrate to a common Enterprise Content Management infrastructure.
Built upon IBM FileNet Business Process Manager and IBM FileNet Content Manager, IBM Business Partner, Imagine Solutions, is also launching a new Paperless Lending Solution for lenders that rely on the processing of large amounts of paper-based documentation in their business transactions. Also announced is the next release of Lotus Notes 8.5 and Domino email and collaboration software. The new version includes a new efficiency feature called Domino Attachment Object Service. IBM has combined the capabilities of Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager software with Tivoli Monitoring for Energy Management to enable organizations to meter and charge back energy costs within their own enterprise. IBM is also announcing a new product, IBM Rational Test Lab Manager and new capabilities in Telelogic System Architect.