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MKS Releases E-Business Application Development Packages

Mortice Kern Systems Inc. (MKS) today released three software packages to optimize workflow and process management for e-business application development. The packages, MKS Source Integrity 7.5, MKS Source Integrity Select 3.3 and MKS Source Integrity Professional 3.3, provide software development teams with the ability to impose and enforce management controls in e-business environments.

Source Integrity features several enhancements that IT managers can use to improve workflow streamlining including advanced integration capabilities, which allow users to link management and team activities more easily through the integration between software configuration and change management components; rapid implementation, which provides users with standard recommended practices for tracking changes throughout an organization; and expanded workflow capabilities, which include active e-mail notification of project team members.

Contact Mortice Kern Systems Inc., (800) 265-2797, www.mks.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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