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Enterprise Linux Today: TurboLinux Powers Payroll Systems for Top Japanese Systems Integrator

Sep 27, 2000, 19:43 (0 Talkback[s])


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"TurboLinux, Inc., the high-performance Linux company, today announced that Fujisoft ABC Inc., one of Japan's largest systems integrators, has chosen TurboLinux Server as the operating system for its ERP payroll system solution."

"The Fujisoft ABC system is running TurboLinux with Sumisho Computer Systems ProActiveGV-Salary software, Oracle Workgroup 8.0.5 Server for Linux and Compaq's Proliant 1600 Server as the hardware. The new system, selected over a much costlier Unix alternative, replaced an incumbent system that used Novell Netware as the server operating system."

"ERP software is a mission-critical component of every large business," said T. Paul Thomas, president and CEO for TurboLinux. "Working with our partners at Oracle and Compaq, TurboLinux again delivered a mission-critical, operating system solution that can easily scale to meet enterprise requirements...."

"The new TurboLinux-based solution proved so successful and robust after internal trials at Fujisoft ABC that the company soon began reselling the payroll ERP solution to its own IT customers across Japan."

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