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Introducing Rex iServer

Tue, 12 Oct 2004

Introducing Rex iServer

New name, new attitude and enterprise capability

Wellington, 12 October 2004: Optimation is delighted to announce that with the release of the new version of the Rex software, the product name will be changed to Rex iServer.

The name change reflects Optimation's commitment to delivering a product that is truly enterprise-capable.

"Since we began working with Rex, we've talked extensively to users about their needs. It rapidly became clear to us that customers want to retain Rex's ease-of-use and simplicity, but have the ability to do far more with the product across all areas of their business," says Optimation managing director Neil Butler.

"Our vision for Rex has always included the move to an open, scalable component-based architecture that will offer enhanced performance, flexibility and reliability."

Rex iServer will incorporate the best of RexComposer and RexConductor, including user-friendly content management and intranet development tools. However, it will also be so much more, giving customers the ability to manage multiple intranet, extranet and internet sites from one place and acting as a key information delivery system across the enterprise.

Core business processes, multi-site management out of the box

Out of the box, Rex iServer will deliver core business processes and web site functionality including content management, message boards, news and event calendars. It will also provide a single administration website to support multiple sites, shared content and enterprise search capabilities.

In addition, Rex iServer's open .NET-based architecture will enable straightforward integration with existing applications and infrastructure, and provide an ideal framework for bespoke application development where customers require specialist functionality.

For more information, please contact:
Darren Gosnell Neil Butler
Rex iServer Product Manager Managing Director
Optimation NZ Ltd. Optimation NZ Ltd.
Ph: 09-307-5589 Ph: 04-470-5821
Mobile: 021-308-126 Mobile: 021-765-682
Darren.Gosnell@optimation.co.nz Neil.Butler@optimation.co.nz

About Optimation

Optimation (www.optimation.co.nz ) helps businesses harness technology to produce superior business results. We deliver consulting, development, implementation and support services across the core areas of Software Engineering, Security, Infrastructure, Billing & Customer Care and Business Capability Improvement.

Optimation was founded in New Zealand in 1992. Our customers include leading corporates and government departments such as Vodafone, IRD, Westpac, the Ministry of Social Development, New Balance, Promina, TelstraClear, Australia Post and Genesis Energy.

At Optimation, we pride ourselves on our independence, demonstrated by the many customers who engage us to guide their technology strategy and to objectively assess the effectiveness of their technology solutions.

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