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ProjectPartner signs OEM Partnership with Trifecta


ProjectPartner signs strategic OEM Partnership with Trifecta GIS

AUCKLAND - 21 July 2008 - ProjectPartner is expanding its reach into the Geospatial Asset Management and Territorial Local Authority market by signing Trifecta GIS, an innovative software provider to the global geospatial asset management market, to use its core technology in the development of Trifecta Project Management. The partnership marks a milestone for ProjectPartner as it begins it OEM programme to create strong vertical market penetration.

"Trifecta GIS has strong contacts and deep knowledge of the asset management needs of the territorial local authority market, and is an ideal partner for this market," said Trevor Grey, Director of ProjectPartner. "Trifecta will take our core modules and add specific features and solutions for geospatial based asset management that will greatly benefit the territorial local government market."

Trifecta will launch its project management module (Trifecta PM) based on the ProjectPartner kernel, in Q4 of 2008. Both products are "rich Internet applications", which use the Adobe Flex and ColdFusion platforms to create a seamless user experience. Trifecta will augment the project portfolio management functionality of ProjectPartner with modules and features that will specifically enhance the solution for the infrastructure maintenance market.

"ProjectPartner has a rich base of intellectual property in the project management industry" said Clark Easter, CEO of Trifecta GIS. "We searched for the right solution to meet the sophisticated requirements of our market, and were excited to come across the ProjectPartner solution; these guys have built a wonderful product which will give Trifecta the foundation for us to build out the specific functionality that the infrastructure maintenance market needs for project management and forward works. We will link this specific module to our powerful geospatial database, which will provide a real head start on our competitors."

ABOUT PROJECTPARTNER ProjectPartner has been empowering businesses around the world to maximise their productivity for over 15 years.

>From their first innovative solutions released in the early 1990s to today's revolutionary SaaS (software-as-a-service) application, ProjectPartner has set the pace for better management of businesses' time and resources. ProjectPartner calls this "time accountability" software, and it's been tailored to cater to the needs of everyone from small business to multinationals and government departments. No other company has offered such integrated solutions against such a proven background.

ABOUT TRIFECTA GIS Trifecta GIS provides leading-edge geospatial asset management technology to the global territorial local authority market. Trifecta specialises in the use of non linear data sets via powerful visual representation. Trifecta's products are available in a web-based, on-demand or licensed model.

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