Chesapeake System Solutions, Inc. announced the availability of T-Recs Enterprise, which stands for Total Reconciliation Solution. This gives corporations the ability to satisfy the broad requirements imposed by compliance regulations, which include implementing internal controls and procedures for financial reporting and attesting to their effectiveness. T-Recs Enterprise integrates all the functionality required to automate both processes and can reconcile cash and non-cash accounts.

 

Convio, Inc. and MPower announced the availability of the Convio/MPower Database Connector for integrating Convio's online constituent relationship management suite and content management system with MPower's offline donor management solution. With the connector, nonprofits can now achieve near real-time, bidirectional integration of constituent data in their online Convio and offline MPower databases. 

 

expressor software revealed expressor 1.0, a new semantic data integration system that tackles the complexity and cost of enterprise IT projects. Founded by expert practitioners and technologists in data warehousing and data integration, expressor automates the most labor-intensive parts of data integration projects, delivers superior processing performance for batch and real-time operations, and is priced significantly lower than alternative DI solutions.

 

IBM announced the release of IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager software, which further simplifies the sharing of data between trusted parties with secure application integration and single-sign on technology. With it, users can sign on to a corporate Web site once and then obtain seamless, secure access to applications both inside and outside of their IT network.

 

IBM announced two new advances in the insurance industry – a solution for improving operational efficiency and a framework for process acceleration – that are designed to help insurance providers lower costs and increase customer satisfaction by handling core processes, such as claims and policy processing, more efficiently. Once implemented, insurance companies will be able to automate and optimize their business tasks.

 

PLP Digital Systems, Inc. announced major upgrades to its PlotWorks and OpCenter product lines. The newest features, built on a scalable Web platform, will give PLP customers significant enhancements, including technical color renderings, highly intuitive preflight viewing, streamlined digital work order capabilities and on-site services (or facilities management) applications.

 

River Logic, Inc. announced the expansion of its award-winning planning software, Enterprise Optimizer. Enterprise Optimizer (EO) is now available with a 64-bit, parallel processing solver. This new 64-bit hybrid version of EO, known as EO64h, has the capacity to address up to 4 CPUs simultaneously. Using a 64-bit version of MIO (Mixed Integer Optimizer), EO64h reduces ‘pre-solve’ processing time by as much as 50 percent.

 

SPSS Inc. announced a new version of its predictive analytics platform – SPSS Predictive Enterprise Services 3.5. New features include improved automation based on events, additional model management techniques, and expanded reporting options that improve visibility of analytic results. The platform provides a foundation to manage and automate the entire analytic process, and seamlessly integrates with all SPSS products and existing enterprise infrastructures.

 

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