SAP-IBM BlackBerry push

Alloy to be made available on device

SAP and IBM are working on an application that will allow BlackBerry users to use Alloy, the application jointly developed by the two vendors that allows users to access information from SAP applications through Lotus Notes.

Alloy will eventually be supported on other mobile platforms as well, such as Windows Mobile, says Bob Picciano, general manager of Lotus.

Picciano could not provide precise sales figures for Alloy, which became generally available in March. But "more than 200 major enterprises are in dialogues with [IBM]" about it, and the company is "right on target" with its initial sales goals, he says.

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