MicroScript Corporation Joins Newly Established Enterprise Integration Council.
MicroScript Corporation, the leading provider of PC and Server-based Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) technology, today announced that it has joined the Enterprise Integration Council (EIC) - a newly established industry group focused on providing structure and definition to the emerging EAI industry.
The Enterprise Integration Council is comprised of leading vendors, consul-tants, systems integrators and end-users of EAI technology. The growing trends in mergers and acquisitions, deregulation, e-business, supply chain management and other business forces are driving extraordinary growth in this market.
The purpose of the Council is to develop a uniform, strategic business approach that defines and sets such standards as a unified integration language, the scope of integration solutions and return on investment, standard technical strategies/architecture, as well as cooperative efforts of end-users and vendors.
"I am confident that the combination of MicroScript's expertise along with that of the other core EIC members will spur growth and customer benefit in the Enterprise Application Integration sector," said John Moriarty, President and CEO, MicroScript Corporation.
MicroScript technology is designed using ActiveX/COM/DCOM-based architecture and fully harnesses the multi-tasking, multi-threaded capabilities of Microsoft Windows operating systems. MicroScript's interface technology is regarded as the de facto standard in enterprise application integration middleware on the Windows NT platform and is installed worldwide in more than 1,400 sites. MicroScript products are also bundled into more than 150 software application offerings.
"THE ODBC FOR APPLICATIONS"
In February, MicroScript Corporation, in conjunction with Microsoft, launched @ppian(tm), a major new interoperability standard that provides "plug-and-play" interoperability capabilities across the enterprise for application integration. @ppian, the first commercial version of ActiveX for Healthcare, manages the creation, transport and administration of data in an environment of disparate applications. @ppian resulted from the collaborative efforts of MicroScript Corporation, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard's Andover Working Group and the ActiveX for Healthcare Committee.
MicroScript Corporation develops and markets Enterprise Application Integration software that provides customers with the technology to integrate applications at a fraction of the cost and time of other alternatives. MicroScript technology automates the linking, conversion and transfer of data among dissimilar computer systems and across the Internet/Intranet. The company's PC and Server-based technology not only extends the life of legacy applications, but also enables customers to seamlessly integrate "best-of-breed" applications into their existing information systems and browsers.
MicroScript, MicroScript Server and @ppian(tm) are registered trademarks of MicroScript Corporation. All other product and company names herein may be trademarks of their respective owners.
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|Date:||May 6, 1999|
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