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IBM India, Infosys in knowledge sharing deal

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BANGALORE, July 22

IBM India has announced a knowledge sharing arrangement with Infosys Technologies under the aegis of the developer marketing initiative led by IBM India and the Knowledge Management group at Infosys.

The aim of this relationship is to build skills and exposure on leading and emerging technologies, said an IBM press release. This tie-up is expected to help Infosys employees develop applications and deliver solutions on the IBM platform using the latest standards such as Web services.

The initiative was launched at Infosys headquarters in Bangalore through the first `IBM developer Works Web Services Seminar'. The two companies will organise a series of educational seminars for their employees on leading and emerging technologies such as IBM solutions for Web services, application servers, frameworks for application development and other topics such as legacy integration.

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