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Neudesic, a Microsoft National Systems Integrator and Gold ISV Partner, will showcase Neuron-ESB, the company’s easy-to-use application integration and web service platform, at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2013 inOrlando, Fla.Oct. 6-10.

Neuron-ESB provides superior connectivity for a fraction of what traditional integration products and services cost, earning it a spot on Gartner’s list of “Cool Vendors in Application and Integration Platforms” last year.

“We always look forward to the Gartner Symposium, and we hope attendees will share in our excitement for how Neuron-ESB has changed the way businesses do integration,” said Marty Wasznicky, General Manager of Neuron-ESB.”By reducing the cost of application development outsourcing while accelerating difficult integration projects, Neuron has helped our customers deliver their solutions in a fraction of the time it would take with competitive technologies.”

Built on Microsoft .NET and the Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation, Neuron-ESB provides real-time, reliable messaging, as well as web service and integration options for companies that adopt SOA/REST and require either on premise or cloud integration.

The latest release of Neuron-ESB is a true distributed ESB that can be deployed in the cloud, on premise or in a distributed (hybrid) topology. With a focus on agility, ease of use and operational efficiency on the Microsoft Platform, Neuron-ESB has effectively lowered the total cost of integration for many organizations around the world, including Thomson-Reuters, Associated Press, Compassion International, Carlyle Management Group, Mandarin Oriental, APQC and The National Archives of the United Kingdom.

About the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2013

As the world’s most important gathering of CIOs and senior IT executives, Gartner Symposium/ITxpo offers more than 450 analyst sessions, workshops, roundtables and mastermind keynotes across five full days. With 10 role-based tracks and 11 industry tracks, the agenda targets specific title responsibilities and ways to adapt new ideas and strategy to different industries, along with insight on what’s next in IT.

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