- Mazu Networks Delivers Next-Generation WAN Visibility for Riverbed’s WDS Customers
Mazu Networks, the leading provider of Network Behavior Analysis (NBA) systems, today announced a partnership with Riverbed Technology, the performance leader in wide-area data services (WDS). This alliance, through the Riverbed Technology Alliance (RTA) program, allows Mazu Networks to offer Riverbed® customers an innovative WAN visibility solution for accelerated WAN applications and traffic.
(Filed: Mon Oct 22 2007)
- Integrated Test Corporation Certified to ISO 9001:2000 Standards
Integrated Test Corporation, a leading manufacturer of high performance ATE printed circuit boards and ATE test interface hardware, today announced that its Dallas, Texas facility has been certified to meet ISO 9001:2000 Standards.
(Filed: Sun Oct 21 2007)
- MetricStream to Sponsor ASQ 16th Annual Audit Division Conference
MetricStream, Inc., the market leader in enterprise-wide Governance, Risk, Compliance (GRC) and Quality Management solutions, today announced that it is sponsoring the 16th Annual Audit Conference being hosted by the American Society for Quality (ASQ) Audit Division.
(Filed: Mon Oct 15 2007)
- Version 6.6 of M1 by B&G ERP Software Released as User Base Tops 700
M1 by B&G, the ERP software program developed by Bowen & Groves has just reached the milestone of 700 installed internationally, including users in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the UK markets, the latest Version 6.6 release coincides with the company achieving this significant milestone.
(Filed: Mon Oct 08 2007)
- GEP Philly Selects Blue Robin, Inc's WebDMC
Blue Robin, Inc., developers of custom Business Intelligence and e-Business Infrastructures, today announced that GEP Philly, the premier destination management company (DMC) in Philadelphia PA, has selected Blue Robin’s WebDMC to streamline its business processes in order to improve productivity and increase profitability.
(Filed: Wed Oct 03 2007)
- FilmCrave Lets Everyone Review Movies
Everybody's got an opinion about movies, but only the pros get to offer their critique. At least, that's the way it seemed to the founders of filmcrave.com — a start-up website that challenges that notion the pros know what's best.
(Filed: Fri Sep 28 2007)