TAP Solutions has expanded its joint sales and marketing partnership with Hewlett Packard. Under the deal, TAP will make its TAPMaster software suite available to HP’s financial markets offerings in the form of the HP Open Reference Data solution. The joint solution offers a full Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) to resolve data integrity issues and encompasses a number of HP components, including: architecture and business planning; integration and implementation services; middleware and application software; storage technology; and high-availability servers.
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TAP Solutions, HP Expand Existing Sales and Marketing Partnership
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