Fujitsu Software Corporation announced a strategic partnership with Achievo to build custom solutions for customers in the financial, manufacturing and government sectors. Achievo, a CMM-certified global outsourced IT and software services company, will use Fujitsu's Interstage Suite, a broad family of application infrastructure software products, to design, develop and manage mission-critical applications tailored to the needs of its customers worldwide.

Achievo serves businesses and governments with custom software development, software re-engineering, product research and development, business process outsourcing, IT infrastructure outsourcing and consulting and professional services. With a U.S.-trained management team and highly skilled engineers based in China, the company focuses on providing cost reduction and operational efficiencies to enterprise and government customers. Achievo's expertise includes Web services, business intelligence, workflow, geographic information systems (GIS), voice and multimedia applications, embedded applications and asset management for enterprise customers.

The Interstage Suite is a family of modular enterprise infrastructure products for designing, developing, and managing scalable, customized mission-critical applications. Core products in the Interstage family include the Interstage Application Server, Interstage Business Process Manager and Interstage Portal. The Interstage family of products provides a framework for powerful customized solutions, such as risk management and compliance, across a wide range of industries. Interstage is used by more than 8,000 enterprises, representing more than 112,000 installations worldwide.

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