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Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. (MGIC) Named to SD Times 100 in the SOA and Middleware Award Category

Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. is a global provider of on-premise and cloud-enabled application platform solutions. These solutions include full client, rich internet applications, mobile or software-as-a-service (SaaS) modes, and business and process integration solutions. The company has partnerships with global IT leaders including SAP, IBM and Oracle.

The company today announced it was named to BZ Media’s SD Times 100 in the SOA and Middleware award category. Magic Software was chosen by SD Times editors as an industry “top leader, innovator and influencer.” The editors chose the company for its success and momentum in 2010 as a company that provides value to customers by simplifying the process of building and integrating business applications. Since 2003, the SD Times 100 has evaluated companies based on their offerings, reputation and “buzz” from the industry.

Tools that reduce the complexity of application development and business integration are critical to the success and return on investment associated with business processes. Magic Software’s uniPaaS application platform enables the development of on-premise and cloud applications from one development effort. It allows companies and developers to fully partake in the cloud market and stay on the edge of innovation. Using pre-compiled business logic, uniPaaS helps developers avoid coding mistakes and build, deploy and integrate using fewer resources.

Magic Software’s products and services answer many of the issues currently at the forefront of developers’ minds, in particular, how to transform novel cloud technologies into real business revenues. The editorial director of SDTimes, Alan Zeichick, said that “Thanks to companies like Magic Software…the art and science of software development continues to advance at a rapid pace.” For more information on the company, please visit

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