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ISM’s PerfMan Grants IT Control over E-commerce Systems

The Information Systems Manager Inc. will release PerfMan for Web Servers in the first quarter of 2001. PerfMan for Web Servers will provide increased capacity planning functionality for virtually all leading Web servers and across multiple platforms.

PerfMan will analyze and report on Web activity from Windows NT/2000, Unix, and OS/390-based Web servers. PerfMan analyzes activity from standard Web server logs, and will identify, track, and report on Web activity by file, file type, and visitor. The software also includes a suite of robust Web reports and is fully scalable.

Contact ISM, (610) 865-0300, www.perfman.com.

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