UniComp to Remarket Software Solutions Through Compuware Business Alliance Program.MARIETTA, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 1, 1999--
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UniComp Inc. (Nasdaq:UCMP UCMP USIGS Configuration Management Plan ), a provider of innovative business solutions, today announced that they have entered into an agreement with Michigan-based Compuware Corporation (company) Compuware Corporation - A software and service company with over 11,000 employees worldwide, including more than 7,000 in its professional services organisation. Since 1973, Compuware has focused on optimising business software development, testing, and operation. (Nasdaq:CPWR CPWR Center to Protect Workers' Rights (now Center for Construction Research and Training)
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Under the terms of the agreement, UniComp joins the Compuware Business Alliance Partners Program to establish North American remarketing relationships for three UniComp software products. According to according to
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3. UniComp President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. Stephen A. Hafer, Compuware and UniComp have developed a strong international relationship and look forward to building upon this relationship with entry into the North American market. "We believe this new partnership with Compuware, once fully operational with Alliance Partner training and target marketing programs, could generate revenue in excess of $4 million in calendar year 2000," continued Hafer.
"UniComp is a welcomed addition to our Business Alliance Program because they bring a suite of applications developed in UNIFACE An application development system for e-commerce and client/server environments from Compuware. It is a repository-driven system that integrates with a variety of CASE tools, report writers and version control systems. , Compuware's assembly environment, that align with our three major technology initiatives -- e-commerce, application integration, and legacy renewal," said Alan Cantrell, vice president of Enterprise Solutions (UNIFACE) for North America North America, third largest continent (1990 est. pop. 365,000,000), c.9,400,000 sq mi (24,346,000 sq km), the northern of the two continents of the Western Hemisphere. . "In return, we will assist UniComp in establishing remarketing relationships with our existing North American partners. Their various software products will be introduced to the Compuware Business Alliance Partners over the next 60 days."
"UniComp has successfully partnered with Compuware in the United Kingdom and in the Asian-pacific Region," commented UniComp Solutions Managing Director Sam Frazer. "By using Compuware's established Business Alliance Partners to distribute our three software products in North America, we can expedite our time-to-market while greatly reducing our initial costs for introducing these products into their target markets," added Frazer.
Remarketing efforts through Compuware's Partners will initially focus on uniPims, a workforce planning Strategic Workforce Planning involves analyzing and forecasting the talent that companies need to execute their business strategy, proactively rather than reactively, it is a critical strategic activity, enabling the organization to identify, develop and sustain the workforce and management system with a focus on employee and shift scheduling. This product will initially be marketed as a component of larger Enterprise Resource Planning See ERP.
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Compuware will follow a similar strategy of facilitating remarketing relationships for UniComp's Universal Payment Software (UPS) and mAStermind products over the next two quarters. UPS is an e-commerce automated payment processing system which can be easily integrated into a variety of other business applications through UNIFACE Universal Request Broker architecture. mAStermind, an AS/400 utility, covers all the major aspects of system management for networked or stand along installations including job scheduling and disk management. UniComp will be enhancing this product with a UNIFACE based client server console to further enhance its marketability.
About Compuware and UNIFACE
Compuware productivity solutions help 14,000 of the world's largest corporations more efficiently maintain and enhance their most critical business applications. Providing immediate and measurable return on information technology investments, Compuware products and services improve quality, lower costs and increase the speed at which systems can be developed, implemented and supported. Compuware employs more than 11,000 information technology professionals worldwide, including more than 7,000 in its professional services organization. With fiscal 1999 revenues of more than $1.6 billion, Compuware is the world leader in client/server development technology. UNIFACE is Compuware's assembly environment which allows IT users to successfully implement complex, business-critical applications in the midst Adv. 1. in the midst - the middle or central part or point; "in the midst of the forest"; "could he walk out in the midst of his piece?"
midmost of business technology change. UNIFACE enables the construction, assembly and deployment of component-based applications for distributed environments, including the Internet and client/server. Compuware and UNIFACE can be found on the Web at www.compuware.com.
UniComp, Inc. is an innovative provider of business solutions and information technology services to small and large businesses located throughout North America, the United Kingdom, Europe and the Asian-Pacific Region. These business solutions and services include the following: A comprehensive suite of systems management software for 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) AS/400 users along with two platform migration products targeting independent software vendors and users of IBM/36 and AS/400 systems requiring migration to open-system platforms such as Windows, Windows NT or Unix; A Windows-based human resource planning and management system with a focus on employee scheduling; A complete suite of end-to-end secure electronic payment solutions for e-commerce and traditional retail merchants. The company's full suite of e-commerce products and services, including transaction processing, web development, and web hosting will be available by the end of August 1999. Please visit our World Wide Web site at: www.unicomp.com.
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