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E2open to Participate and Exhibit at Computerworld&aposs SaaSCon 2008 in the IBM Partner Pavilion

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- E2open, the leading provider of multi-enterprise on-demand solutions for supply chain, procurement and B2B integration, today announced that it is participating and exhibiting at Computerworld magazine's SaaSCon 2008 event in Santa Clara, California, March 25-26. A longtime IBM partner, E2open will be featured in the IBM Partner Pavilion. E2open's Multi-Enterprise Platform enables enterprises to execute their supply chain and procurement processes with a multitude of trading partners all on a single platform.

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 25 /PRNewswire/ — E2open, the leading provider of multi-enterprise on-demand solutions for supply chain, procurement and B2B integration, today announced that it is participating and exhibiting at Computerworld magazine's SaaSCon 2008 event in Santa Clara, California, March 25-26. A longtime IBM partner, E2open will be featured in the IBM Partner Pavilion. E2open's Multi-Enterprise Platform enables enterprises to execute their supply chain and procurement processes with a multitude of trading partners all on a single platform.

The E2open Multi-Enterprise Platform enables ERP investments in SAP or Oracle to execute external supply chain activities, including procure-to-pay and vendor-managed inventory (VMI) processes. The SOA-based architecture enables enterprises to overcome challenges inherent in globally distributed supply chains with different business and IT capabilities with coordination across different time zones and languages.

E2open has utilized a SaaS model since its inception. The maturity of its SaaS practice allows its clients to deploy new processes, change existing ones, onboard new trading partners, or modify and re-test existing ones in a highly flexible and timely manner. Customers that use E2open on-demand solutions can benefit from the fast time-to-value and lower total cost of ownership provided by a SaaS delivery model.

"Multi-enterprise processes require a highly scalable and very secure platform that is available 24 x 7 x 365 — basically mission-critical SaaS," said Owen Tucker, E2open vice president of marketing. "E2open has a successful track record of delivering this class of mission-critical SaaS solutions to industry leaders, including marquees such as Seagate Technology, Motorola, LSI Corporation and Vodafone. These large, multi-national customers are gaining the time-to-value and total-cost-of-ownership benefits typical of the SaaS delivery model while also taking advantage of increased reliability and easier integration."

About E2open, Inc.

E2open is the leading provider of multi-enterprise on-demand solutions for supply chain, procurement and B2B integration. Industry leaders that transform their supply chain with E2open include The Boeing Company, Celestica, Hitachi, IBM, LG Electronics, LSI Corporation, Matsushita Electric Industrial (Panasonic), Motorola, Seagate Technology, Spansion, Vodafone and Wistron. E2open Multi-Enterprise Platform delivers visibility and control over global supply networks with faster time-to-value, lower total cost of ownership, a continuous value roadmap, and easier integration between internal enterprise applications and trading partners including suppliers, customers, distributors and logistics providers. Headquartered in Redwood City, Calif., E2open is a privately held company. Further information can be found at http://www.E2open.com.

SaaSCon is a SaaS marketplace forum that provides practical case studies and real-world SaaS deployments presented by enterprise end users who implemented them. For more information about the conference, visit http://www.saascon.com.

SOURCE E2open, Inc.

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