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Sapient Releases Java Management Console to the Open Source Community.

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 17, 2002

Sapient (NASDAQ: SAPE), a leading business and technology consultancy, today announced it has developed and released a new product called Management Console for Java, or MC4J(TM), to the open source community. MC4J enables easy graphical monitoring and maintenance of Java applications written to Java Management Extensions, or JMX, the emerging industry standard.

"MC4J enhances the management of Java-based solutions through JMX across a variety of application server platforms, resulting in more reliable and transparent large enterprise deployments," said Ben Gaucherin, Sapient's chief technology officer. "We're pleased to make it available to the open source community and to contribute to the development of more accessible and valuable enterprise technologies."

MC4J was developed by Sapient's Advanced Technology team, which is led by Gaucherin and explores the practicable business applications of new technologies. Technology Specialist Gregory Hinkle of the Advanced Technology team was the lead architect responsible for developing the product. MC4J is available online at

About Sapient

Sapient, a leading business and technology consultancy, helps Global 2000 clients achieve measurable business results through the rapid application and support of advanced technology on a fixed-price basis. Founded in 1991, Sapient employs more than 1,800 people in offices in Atlanta, Cambridge (Mass.), Chicago, Dallas, Dusseldorf, London, Los Angeles, Milan, Munich, New Delhi, New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Toronto and Washington, D.C. More information about Sapient can be found at

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