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Contributed by Avni Gupta, Digital Content Manager, IBM Systems Middleware

Recent changes are realigning IBM to better meet customer needs and create new synergies. Marie Wieck, general manager of IBM Middleware, shared insights on the new middleware journey during a recent interview with SiliconAngle’s theCube at IBM Edge 2015 in Las Vegas.

“We’ve really now become that life cycle platform, that management infrastructure for all the other digital units and engagement models,” said Wieck. “Whether it’s cloud, whether it’s analytics, whether it’s social or mobile, we’re really the underpinning of that and we’re seeing a lot of synergy.”

According to Wieck, the goal of middleware is not just to build, run and manage, but to design as well. To her, this design should create a compelling digital experience for users. At IBM Edge, she sat down with Wikibon leaders Dave Vellante and Stu Miniman to talk about her perspective on digitally engaged people and enterprises, digital and mobile transformation and decomposing software into manageable services.

Watch the full interview below.

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