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Microsoft Launches the Chemical Reference Architecture Initiative 26 September 2011

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Microsoft launched the Microsoft Chemical Reference Architecture (ChemRA) Initiative, an effort led by Microsoft to develop, along with its partners that provide solutions to the chemical and oil refining industries, a reference architecture framework that will help address business and technological needs for customers in the industry.

ChemRA is Microsoft’s response to the economic and business challenges that are making it crucial for chemical and refining companies to find new efficiencies for managing their operations and their business. ChemRA will benefit customers by allowing them to implement interoperable IT solutions built on a solid, secure and reliable foundation while providing great user experience and business insight as well as allowing for easy collaboration and business processes automation.

Microsoft partners currently endorsing and participating in the ChemRA Initiative include Accenture, Aspen Technology Inc., Invensys Operations Management Inc., OSIsoft

[Source: PCSMAX]

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