Numerous companies adopt IBM PureSystems
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Numerous companies adopt IBM PureSystems

One of the newest IBM solutions, PureSystems has become very popular in the corporate world. Companies from all industries have been leveraging the program, which provides different patterns of expertise to manage and streamline hardware and software, in a cloud-based environment.

PureSystems was made widely available to customers in May, though samples debuted in April, and was backed by around 600 companies, the International Business Times reported. The partners were willing to spend $160,000 on the solutions to make their firms more productive. Since then, that number has jumped to over 700.

Recently, some notable businesses have made their support of PureSystems public. For example, a popular Indian real estate corporation, BPTP is using PureSystems to enable easier storage for more information after seeing a jump in growth. Hong Kong-based PCCW, a technology provider, also recently integrated PureSystems into its computer network. The IBM tool will be used to build an online store clients can use to sell software.

The new offerings can be used for a number of different sectors. IBM's certified Business Partners have have created more than 160 applications so far that can be streamlined for PureSystems users.