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AmberPoint and Conquest Deliver Web Services System for U.S. Government Agency

AmberPoint and Conquest Deliver Web Services System for U.S. Government Agency

(February 11, 2003) - AmberPoint, Inc., a provider of Web services management solutions, and Conquest, Inc., a provider of advanced large-scale systems and software technology solutions to federal and commercial customers, are collaborating on a substantial project for a large agency of the U.S. government. A formal partnership will bring together their expertise in building Web services systems and solutions for managing Web services-based environments.

The companies' partnership has included extensive technical training; cooperation among development, consulting and sales teams; and the provision of product for testing and training.

Government agencies have much to gain from standards-based Web services technologies, due to the large number of disparate, distributed information sources they must integrate. However, they face stringent security and management requirements that have prevented them from fully realizing the benefits of Web services. Together, AmberPoint and Conquest provide solutions that give agencies the confidence that their Web services systems are operating securely and performing optimally.

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