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Enterprise Linux Today: Eclipsys Releases Linux Version of eWebIT Web Application-Integration Software

Oct 11, 2000, 23:56 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Eclipsys Corporation, the leading provider of end-to-end information solutions that enable healthcare enterprises to balance and improve clinical, financial and satisfaction outcomes, today announced that it has released version 3.0 of its eWebIT family of proven, Web-based enterprise application integration (EAI) products. eWebIT 3.0 supports the Linux-based operating system, an increasingly popular operating system used by many healthcare and non-healthcare organizations to power their Internet infrastructures. Eclipsys is the first EAI solution provider to migrate its software to the Linux operating system."

"The addition of Linux support for Eclipsys' eWebIT systems-integration solution underscores Eclipsys' commitment to continually provide leading-edge technology and flexible solutions to quickly and cost-effectively meet the rapidly changing needs of healthcare and non-healthcare industries," said Harvey J. Wilson, Eclipsys chairman and CEO. "For our healthcare customers, eWebIT facilitates the successful integration of their heritage information systems with newer, cutting-edge solutions such as Eclipsys' Sunrise suite of products, providing their clinicians and administrative system users with actionable information at the point of decision making. In non-healthcare industries, the new features provide ASP platform flexibility and enable organizations to more quickly achieve their B2B integration requirements."

"Eclipsys' eWebIT systems-integration products -- including eLink, a rules-based EAI application, and eView, a Web-application-development technology -- enable healthcare enterprises to fully integrate the disparate information systems needed to support their clinical, financial and other operations, including both internal, hospital-based systems as well as clinical- and financial-management systems operated from remote locations. eWebIT technology allows enterprises to build and control new information-system interfaces, eliminating processing and routing bottlenecks, improving communication and strengthening operational controls throughout the organization. "

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