Applix, Inc., a global provider of business intelligence (BI) and business performance management (BPM) software solutions, announced the availability of TM1 8.2 for 64-bit operating systems. TM1 8.2 lowers the total cost of ownership of BI and BPM applications by providing IT departments with new features that ease deployment and management. 64-bit operating systems supported include Microsoft's Windows 2003, Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX, and Sun Microsystems' Solaris.

"TM1 has a long history of enabling real-time analysis of financial and operational data in enterprises worldwide," said David Menninger, vice president of worldwide marketing, Applix, Inc. "Many of Applix's larger customers are committed to UNIX platforms and appreciate TM1's expanded support for 64-bit computing. When combined with the new IT-friendly features in TM1 8.2, the platform satisfies the requirements of both the IT and finance departments."

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