System 21

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System 21 is an Enterprise Resource Planning solution. It was originally released by the firm JBA, then went to Geac Computer Corporation with Geac's acquisition of JBA.[1] In 2007 Geac was acquired by Golden Gate Capital for $1 billion at which time, control of System 21 software fell to Infor Global Solutions, a Golden Gate subsidiary.

System 21 is a solution that operates on IBM's System i (a.k.a. AS/400) hardware platform. It is actively developed by Infor, and is participates in Infor's Open Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)[2]

A 'Redbook' guide to implementing System 21 is available from IBM Corporation here.[3]


  1. ^ "The rise and fall of JBA software – AS400 ERP System21". Waffle from my Brainbox. Retrieved 30 October 2018.
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