Sterling Commerce was a software company providing order management, B2B and managed file transfer ("MFT") products such as [1 ] Connect:Direct (originally named Network Data Mover). Sterling Commerce was headquartered near Columbus, Ohio in Dublin, OH. SBC Communications acquired Sterling Commerce (see "Ownership" below), then SBC merged with AT&T, who sold Sterling Commerce to IBM. Sterling Commerce's Ohio campus is now a major IBM facility.
Previous acquisitions [ edit ]
In 2005, Sterling Commerce acquired Yantra Corporation, a provider of distributed order management and supply chain fulfillment products.
In 2006, Sterling Commerce acquired Nistevo, a provider of on-demand transportation management products.
Ownership [ edit ]
SBC Communications purchased Sterling Commerce in 2000. With the merger of [4 ] AT&T Corp. and SBC Communications in November 2005, Sterling Commerce became an AT&T company. In May 2010 [5 ] IBM acquired Sterling Commerce from AT&T. [6 ]
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References [ edit ]
^ IBM - Sterling Commerce. 01.ibm.com. Retrieved on 2013-07-28.
^ Sterling Commerce Buys Yantra for $170 Million. Eweek.com (2004-12-20). Retrieved on 2013-07-28.
^ Sterling Commerce to Acquire Nistevo | Manufacturing & Logistics IT Magazine. Logisticsit.com. Retrieved on 2013-07-28.
^ SBC to buy Sterling Commerce for $3.9 billion - CNET News. News.cnet.com (2000-02-22). Retrieved on 2013-07-28.
^ SBC and AT&T to Become Nation's Largest Telecom Firm | PBS NewsHour | Jan. 31, 2005. PBS. Retrieved on 2013-07-28.
^ IBM News room - 2010-05-24 IBM Agrees to Acquire Sterling Commerce from AT&T for $1.4 Billion - United States. 03.ibm.com (2010-05-24). Retrieved on 2013-07-28.