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Scott-Kennard Announces Data Conversion Web Site.

MORGAN HILL, Calif., Oct. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Scott-Kennard & Associates, Inc., a company that has engaged in data conversion activities for the past 20 years, today announced the availability of a Data Conversion Internet Web Site, www.dataconv.com. This site is designed to serve individuals involved in data conversion activities associated with new application implementation, year 2000 projects, new hardware installation, and other IT projects where data conversion is required. The web site will be demonstrated at the ProjectWorld conference for IT Professionals in San Jose, California, December 7 through December 11, 1998.

The web site features value added contents and requires site membership to take advantage of the offering.

Key features of the web site include:

-- A published data conversion methodology that can be purchased. This

methodology has all the technical factors and psychology implication

involved in the project.

-- A project schedule of level zero, one, and two tasks for the project.

This schedule consists of tasks in the provided methodology.

-- A monthly communication will cover a topic each month that deals with

data conversion. The first two topics are discussions on:

-- Where data conversion fits into the overall project

-- Topography -- The physical data layout.

-- Downloadable templates which are simple guideline for specific

activities on the project. The first templates deal with data mapping.

-- Tools and Utilities for every day data conversion activities.

-- A user forum that allows communication between user to user, converter

to converter, and user to experts.

"Scott-Kennard is very excited to move the data conversion community forward with a product of this nature," said Randy Scott, Scott-Kennard's President. "There is no other web site like it, and we are especially excited about the ability to provide a service of value."

Dataconv.com further distinguishes itself as a site designed for the End User, Project Analyst, Programmers, Data Base Analyst, and Project Managers, and can be used by a project team to communicate to others involved in similar projects.
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