LogicLibrary Prominently Recognized Again at the 2005 Technology 50 Awards; CEO Greg Coticchia Earns Third Straight Nomination for Leading Pittsburgh-based Software Company to National Prominence.PITTSBURGH -- LogicLibrary(R), the leading provider of software development asset (SDA SDA
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LogicLibrary provides software and services that help major businesses manage software development assets. Internationally recognized companies such as MetLife, Kaiser Permanente, ING, Highmark, and Wyeth depend on LogicLibrary solutions to mange mange (mānj), contagious skin disease of domestic and wild animals. The several types of mange, including follicular and sarcoptic mange, are caused by various minute parasitic mites that burrow into skin, hair follicles, or sweat glands. their enterprise and service-oriented architectures. Among the many highlights of the past year, LogicLibrary inked the largest deal in the company's history as the IBM (International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY, www.ibm.com) The world's largest computer company. IBM's product lines include the S/390 mainframes (zSeries), AS/400 midrange business systems (iSeries), RS/6000 workstations and servers (pSeries), Intel-based servers (xSeries) Software Group purchased an enterprise license of Logidex. LogicLibrary's flagship product is now being used by programmers for IBM WebSphere, IBM Rational, IBM Lotus, IBM DB2 and IBM Tivoli.
"The Pittsburgh Technology Council's recognition of our market success is a reflection of the dedication and skill of the entire LogicLibrary team," said Greg Coticchia. "This is an exciting time for the Pittsburgh technology market, with so many companies making significant strides in their respective fields. It is an honor to have the hard work and accomplishments of the LogicLibrary team acknowledged."
Since becoming CEO of LogicLibrary in 2002, Coticchia has helped the company achieve substantial growth in revenues, number of customers and market share. Coticchia has been working with emerging high-technology companies for almost 20 years. He currently serves, or has served, as an advisor or board member for several companies, many in the Pittsburgh-area, including: NFR (Near Field Recording) See near field optics and Terastor. , HobNob hob·nob
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Since 1983, the Pittsburgh Technology Council has been the principal point of connection for companies from four primary clusters of the technology industry that are represented by a critical mass of businesses in southwestern Pennsylvania including Information Technology, Biomedical, Advanced Manufacturing/Materials and Environmental Technology. Each year, the Council honors the region's fastest-growing, most innovative technology companies with the Tech 50 Awards. PricewaterhouseCoopers is a partner in these awards and this year's sponsors were Catalyst Connection, Comcast, Highmark, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham LLP, and PNC Financial Services PNC Financial Services (NYSE: PNC) is a U.S.-based financial services corporation, with assets of $92.0 billion. PNC operations include a regional banking franchise operating primarily in eight states and the District of Columbia, specialized financial businesses serving .
LogicLibrary is the leading provider of software and services that make it possible for enterprises to manage and reuse SDAs. The company's patent-pending technology provides a comprehensive and collaborative approach for creating, migrating and integrating enterprise applications for use in service-oriented architecture, Web services and other software development initiatives.
LogicLibrary has been positioned in the "Leader" quadrant in Gartner Inc.'s 2H05 to 1H06 Magic Quadrant for Metadata Repositories(a) and maintains strategic partnerships with Microsoft, as a Premier member of the Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP VSIP Visual Studio Industry Partner (Microsoft)
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(a) 2H05 to 1H06 Magic Quadrant for Metadata Repositories; Michael Blechar; June 30, 2005.
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