IBM acquires OpenPages for compliance, risk management software

IBM acquires OpenPages for compliance, risk management software

Summary: IBM picked up OpenPages, a privately held software company focused on enterprise compliance and risk management.

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IBM on Wednesday picked up OpenPages, a privately held software company focused on enterprise compliance and risk management.

Financial terms weren't disclosed.

IBM said in a statement it will take OpenPages technology and integrate it with its business analytics lineup. OpenPages focuses on compliance and risk management planning and evaluates financial controls, IT risk, compliance and audits to help managers see around corners for potential pitfalls.

OpenPages has more than 200 customers ranging from Barclays to Duke Energy to TIAA Cref. Here's a look at the OpenPages platform.

Topics: Software, Banking, CXO, IBM, Security

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  • RE: IBM acquires OpenPages for compliance, risk management software

    Oh my gosh, I used to work with OpenPages...great conceptually but "Huge Vaporware". They had a bad case of sales guys out promising what the software developers could deliver. But get someone like IBM behind it and I bet it could be pretty good product. Of course, I guess it won't be OpenPages any more at that point.
    Socratesfoot
    • need a training in open pages

      can you let us know someone who can train us in Open pages software . It is greatly appreciated.
      please contact asap
      nvgraju