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LinuxPR: Lawson Software Joins Monterey Open Systems Initiative

Mar 14, 2000, 17:02 (0 Talkback[s])

"Lawson Software, the Enterprise behind the Internet, today announced that it has joined Project Monterey, a UNIX operating system (OS) initiative led by IBM, along with SCO, Intel, Compaq and other industry leaders. Lawson also announced that it is 'Monterey-ready,' meeting the criteria to port its applications to the Project Monterey UNIX operating system for Intel IA-64 processors (code-named Monterey/64)."

"Lawson is deploying the internal resources to port its world-class line of enterprise e-business solutions and services to the Monterey platform. Lawson's e-business management system includes enterprise solution suites for financials, human resources, procurement, supply chain, analytics and relationship management. Lawson solutions are engineered to help companies achieve operational excellence by managing global business performance in real-time via the Web, and combining process and performance management into a single integrated system."

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