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Arthur Andersen to promote IBM e-business technology

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Dallas--Arthur Andersen announced Wednesday that it has entered into an agreement with IBM Corp. to devote 250 of its own consultants to offering IBM's e-business technology to organizations around the world. Arthur Andersen's eBusiness practice will provide companies and organizations in retail, communications, health care and financial services with electronic commerce systems that rely on IBM technologies such as Net.Commerce, WebSphere and Visual Warehouse. "IBM's e-business technology provides us with the flexibility to customize solutions to meet the needs of the customer, not just the IT department," Tom Frederick, partner in Arthur Andersen's eBusiness practice, said in a statement.
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