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Banyan Offers Directory-Powered White Pages Solution

Banyan Worldwide Services (www.banyan.com) today announced the availability of its Corporate White Pages solution. The solution has been created for and geared toward Fortune 1000 enterprises that are merging large amounts of disparate information or implementing a directory-enabled e-business infrastructure. It provides users with directory requirements, design specifications, installation of software and implementation.

Banyan's solution is designed to synchronize an enterprise's various directory repositories. The solution enables users to quickly gain access to information while simultaneously updating the central directory in real-time via browser technology. The solution also provides companies with a comprehensive assessment of their current business objectives and existing directory and network architecture prior to the development of a recommended solution.

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

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