BW: MAXIMUS Announces Linux Platforms Available for Internet Fleet Management SystemsMar 29, 2000, 21:35 (0 Talkback[s])
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"CSI-MAXIMUS, a division of MAXIMUS, Inc., announced today the availability of both Linux-based and Windows 2000-based fleet management systems that run on the Oracle database as part of its suite of fleet enterprise applications."
"In addition to the Red Hat Linux and Microsoft Windows 2000 versions, CSI-MAXIMUS offers fleet systems that run on NT 4.0 from Microsoft, AIX from IBM, HP-UX from Hewlett-Packard, Digital Unix from DEC and Solaris from Sun."
"'It has always been our policy to stay one step ahead of the needs of our customers,' said Jim Paulits, President of the CSI-MAXIMUS Division. 'With the growing popularity of Linux as a platform to run Web and Internet servers, we recognized an emerging customer need. A Linux-based fleet system enables us to offer fleet departments a new, cost-effective option for extending automation into other areas of their operation.'"
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