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Enterprise Solutions Briefs: Tower, Primur, Sun, SeeBeyond

Enterprise Solutions Briefs: Tower, Primur, Sun, SeeBeyond

Navy archives with Tower

Archive management software developer Tower Software is hoping a recent contract with the US Navy Marines will enlist more international sales for the Australian-based company.

Tower was selected to integrate its TRIM Captura platform into seven sites for the US Navy Marine Archives, with an estimated value of $300,000 for the software alone.

The military records division required a Department of Defense 50015.2 Certification which Tower's software was able to provide. The sale will enable the military to manage its electronic documents, paper records, film, microfilm, as well as other data sources, Tower officials said.

Primur gains Momentum

Sydney-based specialised software vendor Momentum has signed a distribution agreement with IBM AS/400 consultants and outsourcing company Primur Systems and Resources.

Under terms of the agreement, Primur will integrate Momentum's reporting and electronic form applications into a range of data management solutions aimed at IBM AS/400-dependant manufacturing businesses throughout Sydney.

The Momentum product line includes the OPEN/DB-Jacana-Valet for report writing, JacanaForms for electronic form delivery and ValetMiner for report mining.

Sun developing software platform for peer-to-peerLooking to build on its success with Java, Sun Microsystems said peer-to-peer (P2P) computing that it hopes will provide a common base for writing distributed applications.

Sun chief scientist Bill Joy said the platform, called Juxtapose, will be an addition to Sun's growing family of Web-based programming languages, which include Java and Jini.

Sun's goal is to provide an initial, simple code layer that will allow other vendors to build applications for P2P computing that interoperate with each other, according to company officials.

SeeBeyond appoints new development managerApplications integration software company SeeBeyond, formerly STC, has appointed Peter Rooney as the company's business development manager for Queensland and the Northern Territory.

His first role will involve launching a large marketing campaign to grow the vendor's business in the two regions, as well as sparking new life into existing business partnerships with resellers.

Rooney comes from software developer Mincom, where he was vice president of Asia Pacific.


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