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STC Releases New E-Business Enabler

Software Technologies Corp. (STC) today announced the release of e*Gate 4.0, an e-business application integration (EAI) software solution. The software package is fully Internet-enabled and allows companies to tie together new Web-based applications with existing systems such as ERP and CRM, regardless of platform or technology.

e*Gate 4.0 extends the capability of EAI to a network-centric architecture that meets the requirements of scalability and reliability where business applications require high throughput for critical processes. e*Gate includes a flexible and open architecture, providing reusable components which can be developed once and deployed everywhere. It also features minimal time and cost to deployment, with the help of a time saving GUI interface and a set of prebuilt application adapters. Extended enterprise scalability, mission critical reliability, and greater ease-of-use are featured in the new release as well. e*Gate 4.0 is currently available.

Contact Software Technologies, (650) 622-2132, www.stc.com.

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