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Sterling Commerce
Type Holding of AT&T
Founded 1975
Headquarters Columbus, Ohio
Key people Bob Irwin, President and CEO
Industry Process integration and multi-channel selling and fulfillment solutions for communications, financial services, logistics, U.S. government, manufacturing, retail, and other industries
Revenue US $634M (2007)
Employees 2,700 (Estimated)
Parent AT&T

Sterling Commerce, an AT&T,, provides business-to-business (B2B) commerce solutions that enable the sharing of information among people, business systems, and enterprise systems. The company offers integration products and services through its Business Integration Suite[1] that address the business problems corporations face when seeking to integrate business processes internally and externally with their customers, partners and suppliers. Sterling Commerce also provides supply chain execution solutions through its Selling and Fulfillment Suite[2] that streamline the commerce lifecycle. In support of its solutions, the company also supplies education, consulting, implementation, customer support services, and complete outsourcing of B2B commerce solutions. Clients include companies and organizations in retail, healthcare, banking, distribution, financial services, logistics, manufacturing, local and federal governments, and communications and media sectors. Headquartered in the American city of Dublin, Ohio, Sterling Commerce has offices throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.



  • In 2000, SBC Communications Inc. purchased Sterling Commerce.[3] With the merger of AT&T Corp. and SBC Communications Inc. in November 2005, Sterling Commerce became an AT&T company.
  • In 2005, Sterling Commerce acquired Yantra Corporation, a provider of distributed order management and supply chain fulfillment solutions.[4]
  • In 2006, Sterling Commerce acquired Nistevo, a leading provider of on-demand transportation management solutions.[5]
  • In early 2007, Sterling Commerce acquired Comergent Technologies Inc., a developer of e-business order management software.[6]

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