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JackBe and Cynergy Announce Strategic Partnership Agreement

Cynergy has a long history of delivering best-in-class Rich Internet Applications (RIA) solutions

JackBe, the premier provider of Rich Enterprise Application (REA) solutions that integrate SOA and AJAX, has completed a strategic partnership agreement with Cynergy.

The partnership is based upon the mutual strengths in delivering enterprise class AJAX and SOA solutions to global 2000 customers through their product architectures, solutions and methodologies. Cynergy has a long history of delivering best-in-class Rich Internet Applications (RIA) solutions to their customers. JackBe's Presto REA Platform provides a solution to deliver highly interactive Ajax-based applications offering enterprise-grade reliability, scalability, and service governance.

"JackBe's Presto platform is meant to optimize business activity for our customers by consuming any service made available in a SOA and allowing users a secure, scalable and highly interactive way of viewing it," stated Bob Bianchi, VP of Sales at JackBe. "We look forward to working with Cynergy to leverage their years of experience delivering exactly the type of applications and user interfaces that customers demand today."

"We're pleased to have JackBe as a partner," said Dave Wolf, Vice President at Cynergy. "JackBe's Presto REA platform is a leap forward for the customers that need Rich Enterprise Applications delivered using SOA and AJAX. This new partnership between Cynergy and JackBe will provide both of our customers with a powerful platform to develop and deploy world class applications designed and developed with our proven LookFirst approach."

About JackBe's Presto REA Platform

Presto addresses the needs of enterprises wanting to empower business units with more flexible and productive use of IT assets while maintaining stringent governance of information definition, security and processes. Presto directly binds to and consumes SOA services within powerful Ajax-based business applications in order to extract real business value from the investments being made by enterprises to create and expose SOAs and other server-side data. It also helps address the 'long tail' dilemma of unanswered application demand by empowering business users to easily assemble their own "situational applications" in response to ever-changing business requirements.

About JackBe Corporation
JackBe is the industry leader in Rich Enterprise Application (REA) solutions that extend SOA with Ajax to optimize business activity. Headquartered in Chevy Chase, Maryland, JackBe's satisfied clients already include more than 35 industry leaders worldwide supporting more than 4 million end users. Customers include Citigroup, McKesson, Tupperware, Sears, NutriSystem, Forbes, and the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency. The company's deployments and deep expertise span the financial services, government, e-commerce and telecommunications sectors.

More information about JackBe is available at www.jackbe.com, by email at [email protected], or by phone at 240-744-7620.

About Cynergy Systems
Cynergy Systems delivers Web, RIA and Legacy Migration solutions to over 1,400 customers worldwide. Maintaining offices across three continents and leveraging over a decade of experience, Cynergy Systems focuses on the delivery of rich, powerful business applications to customers across dozens of verticals including Healthcare, Manufacturing, Banking, and Governmental Organizations. Partners include Adobe, Microsoft, Sybase, Percussion Software and Jive Software.

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Ever since Google popularized a smarter, more responsive and interactive Web experience by using AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript + XML) for its Google Maps & Gmail applications, SYS-CON's RIA News Desk has been covering every aspect of Rich Internet Applications and those creating and deploying them. If you have breaking RIA news, please send it to [email protected] to share your product and company news coverage with AJAXWorld readers.

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