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Omniture, Inc. provides online business optimization services that enable customers to manage and enhance online, offline, and multi-channel business initiatives. Its online business optimization platform includes Omniture SiteCatalyst, which provides a customizable interface to analyze and manage the information the company collects regarding interactions on its customer's Web sites; Omniture DataWarehouse that provides customers with access to all of their data for real-time reporting analyses of historical and current information; Omniture Discover, which offers customers with a service to perform deeper analysis and segmentation of the data captured in the customer's data warehouse; Omniture Genesis, a plug-and-play application that automates the integration of third-party marketing applications into Omniture SiteCatalyst; and Omniture SearchCenter, which provides an interface that consolidates and simplifies keyword marketing. The company also offers professional services that complement its online services, including implementation services, best practices, consulting services, customer support, and user training provided through Omniture University. It serves various industries, including automotive, financial services, media, retail, technology, and travel. The company was founded in 1996. It was formerly known as, Inc. and changed its name to, Inc. in 1999. Further, the company changed its name to Omniture, Inc. in 2002. Omniture is based in Orem, Utah.


BluePhoenix Solutions, Ltd. engages in the development and marketing of enterprise information technology (IT) modernization solutions in Israel. Its solution portfolio includes invasive and noninvasive software products, software tools, and support services, which enable companies to automate the process of modernizing and upgrading their mainframe and distributed IT infrastructure. The company offers understanding solutions that enable companies to make informed strategic decisions regarding the future of their IT systems by automatically capturing multiple levels of operational and development information into a consolidated metadata warehouse; presentment solutions, which enable companies to mine text and convert documents from legacy system into Web enabled formats and to turn mainframe applications into Web services; and migration solutions that enable companies to consolidate and eliminate various legacy hardware and software through automated migrations of applications, databases, platforms, programming languages, and data. It also offers remediation solutions, which enable companies to enhance the life of their IT systems by adapting to regulatory changes and business requirement; and redevelopment solutions that enable companies to mine existing applications by extracting business rules, data flows, and data models; and then reusing the proven code base to create Java/Web-based applications. BluePhoenix Solutions has subsidiaries in the United States, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Cyprus, and Romania. The company was incorporated in 1987 as Crystal Solutions, Ltd. It changed its name to Crystal Systems Solutions, Ltd. in 1996 and to BluePhoenix Solutions, Ltd. in 2003. The company is based in Herzlia, Israel. BluePhoenix Solutions, Ltd. is a subsidiary of Formula Systems (1985), Ltd.


Blue Coat Systems, Inc. provides proxy appliances that visibility and control of Web communications. Its ProxySG family of appliances includes the ProxySG 200 Series, the ProxySG 400 Series, the ProxySG 800 Series, and the ProxySG 8000 Series. These proxy appliances leverage existing authentication systems to enable granular policy enforcement down to the individual user. The company's ProxyAV Web antivirus appliances include the ProxyAV 400 Series and the ProxyAV 2000 Series. The ProxyAV enables organizations to scan for viruses, worms, and trojans entering through Web-based backdoors that include personal Web email accounts where viruses and worms propagate, Web spam or email spam which unknowingly activates trojan downloads, and browser-based file downloads that bypass existing virus scanning defenses. The company also offers Spyware Interceptor, an anti-spyware appliance for networks with 1000 users or less; The Blue Coat Reporter, a log processing and reporting product that generates out-of-the-box reports tailored for the ProxySG appliance; The Blue Coat Director that delivers change management for ProxySG appliances; and Blue Coat WinProxy SecureSuite, an Internet sharing software package. It offers its products through resellers, distributors, and system integrators. The company was incorporated in 1996 as CacheFlow, Inc. and changed its name to Blue Coat Systems, Inc. in 2002. Blue Coat Systems is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


NAVTEQ Corporation engages in creating, updating, supporting, licensing, and distributing digital map database in North America and Europe. It provides digital map information, and related software and services for use in a range of navigation, mapping, and geographic-related applications, including products and services that provide maps, driving directions, turn-by-turn route guidance, fleet management and tracking, and geographic information systems. The company provides these products and services to end users by its customers on various platforms, including self-contained hardware and software systems installed in vehicles; personal computing devices, such as personal digital assistants and cell phones; server-based systems, including Internet and wireless services; and paper media. The company's database is a digital representation of road transportation networks in the United States, Canada, Europe, and other regions. It had data for 44 countries in 4 continents covering approximately 10.2 million miles of roadway, as of December 31, 2004. The company's database includes road; route; and related travel information, including attributes collected by road segment. NAVTEQ markets its database to automobile manufacturers and dealers, automotive electronics manufacturers, software developers, Internet portals, parcel and overnight delivery services companies, and governmental and quasi-governmental entities. The company was founded in 1985 under the name of Karlin & Collins, Inc. and changed its name to Navigation Technologies Corporation in 1987. Further, its name was changed to NAVTEQ Corporation in February 2004. NAVTEQ is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.


Novatel Wireless, Inc. provides wireless broadband access solutions for the mobile communications market worldwide. Its products include 3G wireless PC card modems, embedded modems, ruggedized modems, and communications software. The company's products are designed to operate on wireless networks and provide mobile subscribers with high speed access to corporate, public, and personal information through the Internet and enterprise networks. Novatel Wireless serves wireless network operators, distributors, original equipment manufacturers, and vertical markets. The company also offers software engineering, integration, and design services. It has strategic relationships with Lucent Technologies, Sprint PCS, Verizon Wireless, and Vodafone. The company was founded in 1996 and was formerly known as the Personal Communications Products Division (PCP division) of Novatel Communications, Ltd. Novatel Wireless is headquartered in San Diego, California.


Simulations Plus, Inc., along its wholly owned subsidiary, engages in the design, development, and production of modeling and simulation software for pharmaceutical research, and education of pharmacy and medical students. It provides GastroPlus, a computer program for the simulation of the absorption and pharmacokinetics of drugs in the human gastrointestinal tract and laboratory animals; ADMET Predictor that provides estimates for properties of drug-like molecules; and ADMET Modeler to generate the predictive models used in ADMET Predictor. The company offers DDDPlus that simulates how different tablets and capsules disintegrate, and dissolve during IN VITRO dissolution experiments; and ChemTK program, which takes a set of molecular structures and one or more measured properties as input, and constructs classes or clusters of molecules. It also provides FutureLab, a science experiment simulation that incorporates the equations of chemistry and physics for each experiment, and allows middle school and high school students to design and conduct their own experiments in a virtual laboratory environment; augmentative and alternative communication and computer access software and devices for disabled persons; and Abbreviate!, a personal productivity software program for retail market. In addition, the company offers contract research services in gastrointestinal absorption, pharmacokinetics, structure-property model building, and related technologies areas of pharmaceutical industry. It markets its products through attendance and presentations at scientific meetings; exhibits at trade shows; seminars at pharmaceutical companies and government agencies; and through Internet, various communication media, employee representatives, and independent dealers and resellers in North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. The company was incorporated in 1996 and is headquartered in Lancaster, California.


Synaptics Incorporated engages in the development and supply of user interface solutions, which are used to interact with a variety of mobile computing, communications, entertainment, and other electronic devices. The company provides an array of technologies, including ASICs, firmware, software, and pattern recognition and touch sensing technologies. Its products include PC and PC Peripheral products, such as touch pad, round pad, lux pad, speaker pad, fingerprint touch pad, cpad, pointing sticks, and dual pointing; Mobile Products, including mobile touch; and Portable Entertainment Solutions, such as light touch, navpoint, and scrolling solutions. The company sells worldwide through its sales representatives to original equipment manufacturer. It has strategic relationships with NXT, Zytronics Display Limited, and Symbian. Synaptics was founded in 1986 by Federico Faggin and Carver Mead and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


Ebix, Inc. provides software and Internet-based solutions for the worldwide insurance industry. It primarily offers software development services to insurance carriers, brokers, and agents, as well as involves in the customization, development, implementation, and support of Business Reinsurance and Insurance Company System that provides insurance-specific automation solutions for insurance companies. The company also sells and supports agency management systems, including EbixASP and, as well as provides connectivity between consumers, agents, carriers, and third party providers through, LifeLink, INS-Site, and Ebix.Exchange. In addition, Ebix offers business process outsourcing services, which include call center and back office services. The company was founded as Delphi Information Systems in 1976 and changed its name to in 1999. Further, changed its name to Ebix, Inc. in 2003. Ebix is headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois.


Logility, Inc. provides collaborative supply chain solutions to streamline and optimize the market planning, management, production, and distribution of products in the United States and internationally. Its Logility Voyager Solutions consist of an Internet and client/server-based integrated software suite that enables networks of trading partners, including suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and carriers, to collaborate, integrate, and synchronize their planning, production, and fulfillment operations. The company's Demand Solutions provide forecasting, demand planning, and point-of-sale analysis. Logility offers its products and services primarily to businesses in distribution-intensive markets, such as consumer products, apparel, food and beverage, durable goods, aftermarket service parts, wholesale distribution, life sciences, and manufacturing. The company was incorporated in 1996 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Logility, Inc. is a subsidiary of American Software, Inc.


EPIQ Systems, Inc. provides technology-based products and services for fiduciary management and claims administration applications. Its products are used by attorneys, trustees, and corporations primarily engaged in bankruptcy, class action, mass tort, and other legal proceedings. The company operates in two segments, Case Management and Document Management. The Case Management segment offers proprietary technology platform and professional services for the administration of class action and mass tort proceedings and Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructurings; TCMS, a solution installed in Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee offices to facilitate the management of asset liquidations, creditor distributions, and government reporting; CasePower, a proprietary software designed to enable Chapter 13 bankruptcy trustees to manage debtor payments, creditor distributions, and government reporting; and database processing, maintenance, and management products and services. It also provides database conversion and software upgrades; professional and support services, including case management, claims processing, claims reconciliation, and customized programming and technology services; and call center support. The Document Management segment provides legal noticing services, reimbursement of costs incurred on postage, media campaign and advertising management, and document custody services. EPIQ Systems was incorporated in 1988. It was formerly known as Electronic Processing, Inc. and changed its name to EPIQ Systems, Inc. in 2000. The company is headquartered in Kansas City, Kansas.


Yucheng Technologies Limited, through its subsidiaries, provides intellectual technology solutions and services to the banking industry in China. It offers systems integration; software development; information technology consulting and training services; maintenance and support; technology development; self-developed information technology products, computer software, hardware and peripheral equipment, and communication equipment; and undertakes computer network projects. The company offers e-Channels solution suite, a platform for banks and financial institutions to manage data, information flow, and product presentation in a secure environment, as well as provides risk management solutions. Its principal customers include first tier state-owned commercial banks. Yucheng Technologies Limited was founded in 1999 and is based in Beijing, China with representative offices in Fuzhou and Xian.


IHS, Inc. provides technical information, decision-support tools, and related services to customers in the energy, defense, aerospace, construction, electronics, and automotive industries worldwide. It operates in two segments: Energy and Engineering. The Energy segment develops and delivers oil and gas industry data on exploration, development, production, and transportation activities to energy producers and oil companies. It also provides decision-support tools and operational, research, and strategic advisory services to these customers, as well as to utilities and transportation, petrochemical, coal, and power companies. The Engineering segment provides solutions, such as technical specifications and standards, regulations, parts data, design guides, and other information to customers in its targeted industries. This segment serves defense, aerospace, construction, energy, electronics, and automotive industries. The company' customers range includes governments, multinational corporations, smaller companies, and technical professionals. IHS was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in Englewood, Colorado.


FalconStor Software, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and sale of network storage infrastructure software solutions, as well as in the provision of related maintenance, implementation, and engineering services worldwide. The company's products include IPStor Enterprise Edition software, VirtualTape Library, and iSCSI Storage Server. IPStor software provides a set of storage services to ensure nonstop data availability and recoverability, facilitate regulatory compliance, simplify storage management, backup, and improve I/O performance of enterprise applications. It supports an open storage area network/network attached storage infrastructure across multiple protocols simultaneously, while using heterogeneous storage. IPStor is utilized to enable special purpose storage appliances to deliver various storage related services, including data migration, continuous data replication, continuous data protection, virtual tape library backup, and other storage services. It enables corporate IT departments' aggregate storage capacity and storage services, such as snapshot, backup, data replication, and other storage services in a distributed environment. VirtualTape is a backup/recovery solution that uses disk to emulate tape libraries and consolidates management of backup resources. iSCSI provides storage management and business continuity services for application hosts over an existing Internet protocol network. It is a storage networking solution for small and medium businesses, as well as for satellite/remote offices and workgroups of larger enterprises. The company sells its products primarily through agreements with original equipment manufacturers, value-added resellers, and distributors. FalconStor Software sells its products to various companies, including health care organizations, financial institutions, government agencies, xSPs, e-commerce businesses, and educational institutions. The company is headquartered in Melville, New York.


CAM Commerce Solutions, Inc. engages in designing, developing, marketing, and servicing inventory management, point of sale software, and accounting systems for retailers, Web retailers, and other inventory intensive businesses in the United States. It offers retailing systems, including software, hardware, installation, training, technical support services, and Web hosting services. The company also offers comprehensive payment processing solutions and services for managing inventory, point of sale, sales transaction processing, and accounting and payment processing. In addition, it offers various turnkey systems, including CAM32, which is designed for hard goods retailers whose inventory is reorderable in nature; Profit$, which is designed for apparel and shoe retailers whose inventory is seasonable in nature, and color and size oriented; and Retail STAR, a Windows-based system, which is designed to incorporate multiple functions of both the CAM and Profit$ systems. The company also offers Retail ICE, a single-user derivative of Retail STAR; and MicroBiz, a Windows-based system, which is designed for single-store and hard goods retailers that are generally smaller in size than customers that utilize the CAM32 system. The company was founded by Geoffrey D. Knapp in 1983 and is headquartered in Fountain Valley, California.


Business Objects S.A. (BOS) engages in the development, marketing, and support of business intelligence solutions that enable business customers to track performance, understand business information, and manage their organizations. The company's business intelligence platform, BusinessObjects XI, offers a single platform for enterprise reporting, query and analysis, performance management, and data integration. Its solution enables users to view and interact with key performance indicators in a dashboard, create queries and reports, access catalogs of reports, and do analysis of data. The company's reporting tools enable customers create reports and integrate them into Web and Windows applications. It addresses the reporting process, from data access, report design, report management and delivery, and report integration with portals and applications. Its query and analysis products enable end users to interact with business information and answer ad hoc questions. The performance management products and enterprise analytic applications enable organizations assess their achievement of their strategies and company goals by tracking and analyzing key business metrics and goals via management dashboards, scorecards, and alerts. BOS also provides enterprise analytic applications, which enable organizations to understand their customers, products, people, and operations. Business Objects data integration products enable customers to extract, transform, and move data into data marts or warehouses, at any frequency. In addition, the company provides education and training services, as well as consulting services, which include the design, development, and deployment of enterprise business intelligence systems. It markets its products and services through direct sales organizations, value-added resellers, original equipment manufacturers, system integrators, consulting partners, and distributors. BOS was organized in 1990 and is headquartered in Levallois-Perret, France.


Callidus Software, Inc. provides enterprise incentive management software systems (EIM) in the United States and internationally. The company's EIM systems are used to model, administer, analyze, and report on incentive compensation, or pay-for-performance plans that compensate employees and business partners for the achievement of targeted quantitative and qualitative objectives, such as sales quotas, product development milestones and customer satisfaction. Callidus provides a suite of software products that enable its customers to access applicable transaction data, allocate compensation credit to appropriate employees and business partners; determine relevant compensation measurements, payment amounts, and timing; and report on compensation results. The company's solutions include TrueComp, which automates the modeling, design, administration, reporting, and analysis of pay-for-performance programs for enterprise level sales and distribution organizations; TrueInformation, a Web-based reporting portal, provides visibility into incentive compensation systems in the organization, and offers reporting capabilities to access a model of pay-for-performance programs; and TrueResolution, a rules-based application that streamlines and automates the resolution of incentive compensation disputes. Callidus also offers professional, such as integration and configuration services; maintenance and technical support; and educational services, including computer and Web-based, classroom, and on-site customer training. It serves companies operating in insurance, banking, telecommunications, distribution and technology, and manufacturing and life sciences markets. The company was founded as TallyUp Software in 1996 and changed its name to Callidus Software, Inc. in 1997. Callidus is headquartered in San Jose, California.


Aspen Technology, Inc. and its subsidiaries supply software and services to the oil and gas, petroleum, chemicals, pharmaceutical, and other industries that manufacture and produce products from a chemical process. The company develops software to design, operate, manage, and optimize its customers' key business processes, including plant and process design, economic evaluation, production, production planning and scheduling, and managing operational performance. It offers engineering and innovation solutions that include products, such as Aspen Plus, Aspen HYSYS, and Aspen Icarus; plant operations solutions, such as Aspen PIMS, Aspen Orion, and Aspen Plant Scheduler; and supply chain management solutions that include products, such as Aspen DMC Plus, Aspen Advisor, and Aspen InfoPlus.21. The company also offers professional services, such as implementation and configuration services, consulting services, and modeling and design services. As of June 30, 2005, its software solutions were installed at 1,500 customer's facilities worldwide. Aspen Technology has strategic alliances with Accenture, Intergraph, Microsoft, and Schlumberger. The company was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. provides wireless data communications solutions in the United States. It operates in two segments, Commercial Applications and Government. Commercial Applications segment offers carrier software system products that enable wireless carriers to deliver short text messages, location information, Internet content, and other communication services to and from wireless phones. Its 20/20 Delivery application enables package and vehicle tracking, productivity tools, and the ability to capture digital signatures for proof of delivery to an installed base of logistics customers. Government segment designs, furnishes, installs, and operates wireless and data network communication systems, including SwiftLink deployable communication systems. These SwiftLink communication systems are used for security, defense, and law enforcement. This segment also owns and operates satellite teleport facilities. The company also provides E9-1-1 service under contracts with 36 wireless carrier networks in the United States and Puerto Rico, as well as voice-over-Internet-protocol service providers. As of December 31, 2004, it used 85 software systems for its customers in wireless carrier networks worldwide. TeleCommunication Systems has a strategic partnership with Thrane & Thrane, Inc. to develop a portable broadband system for governments. The company was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland.


Datawatch Corporation engages in the design, development, marketing, and distribution of business computer software products. It offers Monarch, a desktop report mining and business intelligence application that transforms structured text files into a live database so that users can sort, filter, summarize, graph, and export to other applications, such as Excel or Access; Monarch Data Pump, which delivers an enterprise solution to acquire, combine, and monitor customized data, as well as deliver that data in a variety of formats; and Monarch|RMS, a Web-based report mining and analysis solution. The company provides Datawatch|ES, a Web-enabled business information portal that provides report management, business intelligence, content management, and the ability to analyze data within reports; and Datawatch|Researcher, which finds and gathers inter-related data, documents, and communications scattered over multiple and disparate repositories, and then merges, analyzes, and delivers the results for use in business processes or applications. It offers Visual|QSM, an internet-enabled information technology (IT) support solution; Visual|Help Desk, a help desk and call center solution that supports an organization's existing IT infrastructure; and VorteXML, a software that converts structured text output into valid XML for Web services. The company also provides consulting services, such as implementation and support of its software products, as well as training on their use and administration. It offers its products through distributors and resellers. The company was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Lowell, Massachusetts.


JDA Software Group, Inc. provides integrated software solutions designed for the retail industry and its suppliers in the United States. The company's solutions address the requirements of demand and supply chain management, business process, decision support, e-commerce, inventory optimization, collaborative planning and forecasting, and store operations. Its solutions include strategic merchandise management solutions that provide tools for retailers and suppliers to manage and optimize the planning, buying, supply, and promotion of their products to consumers; merchandise operations systems provide solutions for enterprise management of inventory throughout the retail demand chain; and in-store systems offers point-of-sale tilling functions, and in-store inventory management functions, such as receiving, transfers, price management, and physical inventory. The company's in-store systems offerings include customer relationship management and workforce management solutions. It sells its products and services through direct sales force to retail and consumer package goods manufacturers and wholesalers. The company was co-founded by James D. Armstrong in 1985 and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona.


Radiant Systems, Inc. provides store technology focused on the development, installation, and delivery of solutions for managing site operations of retail and food service businesses worldwide. The company operates through three segments: Petroleum and Convenience Retail (PCR), Hospitality and Food Service (HFS), and Entertainment. The PCR segment provides site-oriented technologies, such as point of sale (POS), self service kiosk, outside payment terminals, and integrated back office systems to petroleum and convenience retail operators. The company's store technology enables petroleum and convenience retailers to manage fuel, merchandise sales, foodservice, electronic payments, and customer loyalty programs. The HFS segment offers POS systems and integrated back office systems; self-service kiosks; customer loyalty programs; and electronic gift card, reporting and systems, and centralized data management services. It offers its products and services to fast food/quick service restaurants, table service restaurants, hotels, stadiums, and resorts. The Entertainment segment offers POS, self service kiosk, and site management technology to cinema operators. Its systems enable cinema operators to manage inventory, perform customer transactions, and schedule labor to meet variations in traffic. Its back-office software enables operators to manage employees and inventory, automate daily reports, analyze costs, and forecast results, as well as gather POS and management information, including current sales monitoring. Additionally, Radiant Systems provides professional services, including consulting, custom development, training, and integration; hardware and software maintenance, and telephone support services; and film management software and services. Radiant Systems was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


NetScout Systems, Inc. engages in design, development, marketing, sale, and support of network and application performance management products and solutions under the nGenius brand. Its hardware and software product suite, The nGenius Performance Management System, monitors, collects, and publishes information on the traffic flow of individual software applications, such as voice-over-Internet protocol, e-commerce, supply chain management, and customer relationship management, as well as on the performance of the underlying network and its users' behavior. The system is comprised primarily of two components, data collection via NetScout's network monitoring appliances, called nGenius Probes, software agents, and network devices; and information filtering, aggregation, recording, analysis, and presentation via its software application, nGenius Performance Manager. nGenius Performance Manager is a management solution implemented in a single, integrated application that monitors and reports on network and application traffic, troubleshoots performance problems, and provides information for capacity planning. In addition, the company provides nGenius Flow Collector and nGenius Flow Recorder for the collection and capture of NetFlow information. It sells its products worldwide to financial services, technology, healthcare, retail, telecommunications, and manufacturing companies, as well as government agencies through own sales force, original equipment manufacturers, distributors, resellers, service providers, and systems integrators. The company has a strategic alliance with OPNET to develop models of joint customers. NetScout was co-founded by Anil K. Singhal and Narendra Popat, and was incorporated under the name Frontier Software Development, Inc. in 1984. The company changed its name to NetScout Systems, Inc. in 1997. The company is headquartered in Westford, Massachusetts.


China Technology Development Group Corporation, through its subsidiaries, provides information technology and network security services in the People's Republic of China. Its products primarily include the Security Gate, Intranet/Internet Physical Separation Security Solution, Secure Channel, and Secure Server, which are offered primarily to enterprises and government bureaus. China Technology Development Group also engages in the development of eco-friendly technologies. The company was incorporated in 1995. It was formerly known as Tramford International Limited and changed its name to China Technology Development Group Corporation in 2005. The company is based in Hong Kong, Hong Kong.


GSE Systems, Inc. provides simulation solutions and services to the power generation industry, the process industries, and the U.S. Government. In addition, the company provides plant monitoring, and signal analysis monitoring and optimization software primarily to the power industry, and develops software applications for emerging technologies. The company's services for power generation industry include development, marketing, and support of simulation software for electric utilities, as well as building and modification of simulators that serve nuclear power plants. Services for process industries include simulation capabilities for operator training. GSE Systems's services for the U.S. Government include Real-time Emergency Management Interactive Training System (REMITS), a PC-based simulation software for training emergency operations center staff for emergency response. The company markets its simulation products and services through a network of direct sales staff, sales agents and representatives, systems integrators, and strategic alliance partners. GSE Systems has strategic alliances or partnerships with Automation Systems Co. Inc., China; All Russian Research Institute for Nuclear Power Plant Operation, Russia; Kurchatov Institute, Russia; Macmet, Ltd., India; PowerGen, England; Risk Engineering, Ltd., Bulgaria; Samsung Electronics, Korea; Toyo Engineering Corporation, Japan; and the Institute for Information Industry, Taiwan. The company was formed in 1994 and is headquartered in Columbia, Maryland. GSE Systems, Inc. is a subsidiary of GP Strategies Corporation.


Interactive Intelligence, Inc. provides software applications for contact centers worldwide. Its suite of contact center applications includes multimedia customer contact for phone calls, Web chat, Web callback, email queuing, customer defined queues, and integrated speech recognition applications. The company's software applications are also preintegrated into business applications, such as financial, customer relationship management, and enterprise resource planning software, thereby automating and tracking business transactions to customer interactions. Interactive Intelligence also provides technical support, education, and professional services. The company sells its products through direct sales force and value-added resellers. Interactive Intelligence was founded in 1994 by Donald E. Brown. The company is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana.


Formula Systems (1985), Ltd., through its subsidiaries, provides software consulting services, computer-based business solutions, and proprietary software products. It operates in two segments, Information Technology (IT) Services and Proprietary Software Solutions. The IT Services segment engages in application development, system integration, and migration of IT platforms. It also provides IT consulting, e-services, outsourcing, conversion services, and application and implementation of enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management systems. In addition, this segment imports software products and operates a training school. The Proprietary Software Products segment designs, develops, and markets proprietary software solutions for e-business development, data center management, software development, and software conversion and porting. The company provides products for various industries, including telecom, banking, insurance, utilities, manufacturing, industries, transportation, tourism, retail and e-tail, media, government, and defense. The company delivers its solutions in approximately 50 countries worldwide to customers, including Fortune 1000 companies. Formula Systems was incorporated in 1985 and is headquartered in Herzlia, Israel.


IncrediMail, Ltd. engages in the design, development, and marketing of an integrated suite of email software products to the consumer and home user markets. Its email software products offer users the ability to design a customized and personal presentation. The company's products include IncrediMail Xe, which offers various features, including pre-prepared backgrounds and letterheads, animated notifiers, emoticons, 3D effects, handwritten signatures, sound effects, and virtual ecards, as well as a Web gallery with additional animations, notifiers, and email backgrounds; IncrediMail Premium, an enhanced version of Incredimail Xe, with additional features, such as the ability to change the appearance of the product through the use of software skins, voice message recorder, advanced account access, and email-based user support; and IncrediMail Letter Creator, an application that enables users to design and create their own personalized email letters and ecards. Its products also consist of Gold Gallery, a content product that offers additional content files in the form of email backgrounds, animations, sounds, graphics, and email notifiers; IncrediMail Super Pack, a package of emoticons; JunkFilter Plus, an advanced anti-spam product; and Magentic, which enhances and enriches the computer desktop by adding enhanced graphics. The company sells its products worldwide primarily through its Web site. IncrediMail has collaboration with Oberon Media, Inc. and Yahoo!, Inc. The company was founded in 1999 as Verticon, Ltd. and changed its name to IncrediMail, Ltd. in 2000. IncrediMail is headquartered in Tel-Aviv, Israel.


The Descartes Systems Group, Inc. engages in the development, marketing, implementation, and support of software and services for supply chain management. The company's technology-based solutions offer connectivity and business document exchange, route planning and wireless dispatch, inventory and asset visibility, transportation management, carrier contract management, and warehouse optimization. It also provides various related services, including consulting, implementation, training, and maintenance and support. The company sells its products worldwide to retail, consumer product goods, manufacturing, and transportation companies through direct sales force, distributors, and value-added resellers. The Descartes Systems Group has a strategic alliance with Remote Dynamics, Inc. to offer REDIview with Descartes Routing and Scheduling. The company was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Waterloo, Canada.


Pegasystems, Inc. engages in the development, marketing, licensing, and support of software to manage an array of business processes. The company provides software to automate complex and changing business processes. Its Business Process Management (BPM) solutions provide organizations with the agility to manage growth, productivity, and compliance. The company's solution unifies pure-play BPM software with a Business Rules Engine to drive business effectiveness. This patented technology enables organizations to build for change' and overcome the execution gap that occurs as evolving business objectives outpace the ability of business systems to respond. Its BPM solution combines the capability to solve a range of business process challenges with the opportunity to leverage existing technology investments. BPM software is used by companies to automate decision making and the processes implementing those decisions. This software runs on a range of computer platforms, interfaces with various other applications. The company also provides implementation, consulting, training, and technical support services to facilitate the use of its software. It primarily operates in North America, Europe, and the Pacific Rim. The company has strategic partnerships with Accenture, BearingPoint, IBM, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Computer Sciences Corporation, and Satyam Computer Services, Ltd. Pegasystems was founded by Alan Trefler in 1983. The company is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


Cogent, Inc. provides automated fingerprint identification systems (AFIS) and other fingerprint biometrics solutions to governments, law enforcement agencies, and other organizations worldwide. It offers two primary AFIS solutions, Cogent Automated Fingerprint Identification System (CAFIS) and Cogent Live-ID. CAFIS is a networked AFIS solution for local, regional, and national systems. Cogent Live-ID enables customers to identify individuals who submit their fingerprints for border crossings, background checks, fraud prevention, criminal investigation, document identification, voting stations, and other activities where security is a concern. The company also offers proprietary application specific integrated circuit technology (ASIC) that is delivered as part of its Identification Module, an image processing and biometric matching unit designed for applications requiring biometric identification and authentication. Cogent markets its AFIS solutions directly to end-users and indirectly through prime contractors, as well as its proprietary ASIC device indirectly through original equipment manufacturers, resellers, and distributors. The company has strategic relationships with IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Fujitsu, Phoenix Technologies, Ltd., and Sun Microsystems. The company was founded by Ming Hsieh in 1990. It was formerly known as Cogent Systems, Inc. and changed its name to Cogent, Inc. in 2004. Cogent is headquartered in South Pasadena, California.


Ninetowns Digital World Trade Holdings Limited, through its subsidiaries, primarily engages in the development and marketing of enterprise software in China. It operates through three segments: Enterprise Software (ES), Software Development Services (SDS), and Computer Hardware Sales (CHS). The ES segment develops, distributes, and sells enterprise software products, and provides customer maintenance services. Its software products include iDeclare.CIQ series that enable trade enterprises to declare filings electronically over the Internet; User Message Agent series that enables data transfers within data exchange platforms, internal processing systems, and various government agencies; iMonitor.CGA series of software and hardware products for data collection through container number recognition and gate inspection; and iValue series for applications in electronic bill payment. The SDS segment engages in the design, development, and maintenance of the internal software systems used by Chinese government agencies and their related entities to process electronic filings, and the data exchange platforms. The CHS segment sells computer hardware and accessories. It markets its products through direct sales, authorized distributors, and third party franchises. The company was formed in 1995 and is headquartered in Beijing, China.


Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. offers integrated computer systems that provide data processing and management information to banks, credit unions, and financial and nonfinancial institutions in the United States. It offers data processing system solutions used by customers for the management of their back-office and customer/member interaction processes. The company develops software applications designed primarily for use on hardware supporting IBM and UNIX/NT operating systems. Its bank systems and services include Silverlake System, CIF 20/20, and Core Director. The company's credit union systems and services include Episys and Cruise. It also offers the IBM eServer systems; IBM workstations; Dell servers and workstations; NCR, BancTec, and Unisys check transports; and various other devices that complement its software solutions. In addition, the company offers complementary products and services, such as business intelligence, retail delivery, business banking, Internet banking, electronic funds transfer, asset management and protection, item and document imaging, and professional services and education. Further, the company performs data conversion and hardware and software installation for the implementation of systems and integrated applications. As of June 30, 2005, the company provided outsourcing services through a network of 6 data centers and 22 item-processing centers in the United States. The company has strategic relationship with IBM. Jack Henry & Associates was founded in 1969 and is based in Monett, Missouri.


Dynamics Research Corporation provides information technology, engineering, logistics, and other consulting services to federal defense, civil, and state agency customers in the United States. The company operates in two segments, Systems and Services, and Metrigraphics. The Systems and Services segment provides technical and information technology (IT) solutions to government customers. Its solutions include design, development, operation, and maintenance of business intelligence systems, business transformation services, defense program acquisition management services, training and performance support systems and services, automated case management systems, and IT infrastructure services. The Systems and Services segment offers business, financial, engineering, and logistic services to support the acquisition and management of systems throughout their life cycle, as well as provides services to support the design, development, installation, operation, and management of networks and other IT infrastructures. The Metrigraphics segment develops and builds components for original equipment manufacturers in the computer peripheral device, medical electronics, telecommunications, and other industries, with the focus on the custom design and manufacture of miniature electronic parts through the use of electroforming, thin film deposition, and photolithography technologies. The Metrigraphics segment applies its technologies in four applications: inkjet printer cartridge nozzle plates and hard drive test devices; medical applications for micro-flex circuits used in angioplasty and for blood testing; electrical test device for application in flexible interposers and 3-D microstructures; and devices used in the manufacture of fiber optic system components requiring precision alignment and 3-D microstructures. Dynamics Research Corporation was founded in 1955 and is headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts.


Sapient Corporation operates as a business consulting and technology services company. It plans, designs, implements, and manages information technology solutions. The company offers business processes, data warehousing and business intelligence solutions, e-business and Web-based solutions, enterprise architecture and integration, and industry-focused package and custom solutions. It also manages client's technology applications utilizing its Global Distributed Delivery model. In addition, Sapient offers various services, including application management, quality assistance and testing, and other long-term outsourcing services. The company provides its solutions to automotive, industrial, aerospace, defense, and heavy equipment manufacturing industries; healthcare industries; education; financial services; technology and communications markets; retail, direct marketing, consumer packaged goods, and consumer products industries; travel and hospitality sectors; and government agencies in defense, transportation, health, and postal services industries. It operates in Canada, Germany, India, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The company was co-founded by Jerry A. Greenberg and J. Stuart Moore in 1991, and is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


Patni Computer Systems Limited, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the information technology (IT) consulting and software development businesses. The company offers application development, application maintenance and support, packaged software implementation, infrastructure management, product engineering, quality assurance, and business process outsourcing services. It primarily serves insurance, manufacturing, telecommunications, and financial services industries. The company also provides services to clients in retail, energy and utilities, logistics and transportation, and media and entertainment industries. In addition, Patni Computer Systems developed technology practices that offer research, design, and development services in product engineering, as well as for independent software vendors. The company markets its products and services through its outreach programs, trade shows, white papers, sponsorships, workshops, road shows, speaking engagements, and public relations management. It has strategic alliance with SAP India; JBoss; Savvion; Sage Software India; Clear Technology, Inc.; Kurt Salmon Associates; and Eagle Investment Systems LLC. The company primarily operates in the United States, as well as in Europe, Japan, and other parts of Asia-Pacific. The company was incorporated in 1978 as Patni Computer Systems Private Limited and changed its name to Patni Computer Systems Limited in 2003. Patni Computer Systems is headquartered in Mumbai, India.


Informatica Corporation provides enterprise data integration software that handles a range of enterprise-wide integration initiatives, including data warehousing, data migration, data consolidation, master data management, and data synchronization. Its products enable its customers to simplify their information technology infrastructure by providing a single platform for enterprise data integration initiatives. The company's products include PowerCenter, an enterprise data integration product for accessing, integrating, and delivering data to systems, people, or processes; PowerExchange, which provides access to critical enterprise data systems, including mainframe, midrange relational databases, and file-based systems as a standalone solution or as a tightly integrated product; SuperGlue, a software that provides the ability to catalog, view, and analyze metadata assets; PowerAnalyzer, a software for data integration and data delivery processes. It also offers a set of professional services, including product-related customer support, consulting services, and education services. Informatica Corporation has approximately 2,100 customers from various industries, including technology, financial services, manufacturing, educational, and telecommunications. It markets and sells its software and services through its direct sales force in the United States, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and Japan. Informatica Corporation also has relationships with distributors in various regions, including Europe, Asia-Pacific, Australia, Japan and Latin America, who sublicense its products and provide service and support within their territories. Informatica Corporation was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.


Quest Software, Inc. engages in the development, sale, and support of database management, windows management, and application management software products worldwide. Its products enable users to develop, deploy, and manage packaged and custom software applications, as well as associated software infrastructure components, such as databases, application servers, and operating systems. The company also provides consulting, training, and support services. Quest sells its products and services through its direct sales organization. The company was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California.


Interwoven, Inc. provides enterprise content management (ECM) software and services. Its products enable businesses to create, review, manage, distribute, and archive critical business content, such as documents, spreadsheets, emails and presentations, as well as Web images, graphics, content, and applications code across the enterprise and its chain of customers, partners, and suppliers. Interwoven's ECM platform consists of integrated software product offerings that deliver customers end-to-end content lifecycle management, including collaboration, email management, imaging, digital asset management, Web content management, document management, and records management. The company also offers professional services and strategic consulting services to the customers for the deployment of the software and the integration of the applications with third-party software. Interwoven's products are deployed for business initiatives, such as Intranet management, marketing content management, collaborative portals, Web content management, records management, deal management, matter-centric collaboration, and content provisioning. It markets and licenses its software products and services through a direct sales force, as well as through technology vendors, professional services firms, and systems integrators in North America; and through its subsidiaries in Europe and Asia Pacific. The company was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


ManTech International Corporation provides technologies and solutions for national security programs in the United States and internationally. It offers systems engineering, systems integration, software development, enterprise security architecture, information assurance, intelligence operations support, network and critical infrastructure protection, information technology, and communications integration and engineering support. The company delivers information technology, technical, and other services; and solutions for enterprise information technology and communication systems through secure systems and infrastructure, information technology, and systems engineering. ManTech's secure systems and infrastructure include intelligence operations, communication systems and infrastructure support, safeguarding critical infrastructures, information assurance, and secrecy management and program security architecture. The company's information technology solutions consist of enterprise systems engineering, systems design and integration services, enterprise application solutions, and systems/network maintenance services. Its systems engineering solutions comprise systems engineering services, testing and evaluation, and independent validation and verification. The company offers its products and services to U.S. federal government intelligence, military and civilian agencies, state and local governments, and commercial customers. ManTech International was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia.


Perficient, Inc. designs, builds, and delivers e-business integration solutions for large and medium-sized companies, principally in the central United States. Its e-business integration solutions include eBusiness Infrastructure, eCommerce Platforms, eCRM (Customer Relationship Management), Supply Chain Web Enablement, and Enterprise Portals. These solutions are based on open standards, such as the Java 2 Enterprise Edition and include application servers, enterprise application integration platforms, business process management, business activity monitoring, business intelligence applications, and enterprise portal software. Perficient conceives, builds, and implements these solutions through a set of services, including business strategy, user-centered design, systems architecture, custom application development, technology integration, package implementation, and managed services. The company primarily offers its services to the financial services, including insurance, banking, and brokerage; healthcare, such as pharmacy benefit managers and pharmaceutical manufacturers; and commodity markets. Perficient has strategic relationships with IBM Corporation; TIBCO Software, Inc.; Microsoft Corporation; Art Technology Group, Inc.; Wily Technology, Inc.; Bowstreet; Adobe Systems Incorporated; and Stellent, Inc. The company was incorporated in 1997 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.


Accelrys, Inc. engages in the design, development, marketing, and support of software and related services that facilitate the discovery and development of new and improved products and processes in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, petrochemical, and material industries. Accelrys provides software for computation, simulation, and the management and mining of scientific data used by biologists, chemists, and materials scientists, including nanotechnology researchers. The company sells its products worldwide through its direct sales force and third-party distributors. Its customers include commercial, government, and academic organizations. The company, formerly known as Pharmacopeia, Inc., was incorporated in 1993 and changed its name to Accelrys, Inc. in 2004. Accelrys is headquartered in San Diego, California.


Fiserv, Inc. provides integrated data processing and information management systems to financial services providers in the United States and internationally. It operates in three segments: Financial Institution Outsourcing, Systems, and Services; Health Plan Management Services; and Investment Support Services. The Financial Institution Outsourcing, Systems, and Services segment provides account and transaction processing systems and services to financial institutions and other financial intermediaries, including banks, credit unions, financial planners and investment advisers, insurance companies and agents, self-insured employers, leasing companies, lenders, and savings institutions. The Health Plan Management Services segment provides services primarily to employers who self-insure their health plan, including services, such as handling payments to healthcare providers. The Investment Support Services segment provides various administrative, custodial, and processing services to individual investors, third-party retirement plan and pension administrators, investment advisors and financial planners, and financial intermediaries. Its products include self-directed retirement plan administration services and mutual fund custody trading services. The company operates support centers for full-service financial data processing, software system development, item processing and check imaging, technology support, and related product businesses in the United States, as well as in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Colombia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Poland, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. In addition, it provides plastic card issuance, design, personalization and mailing services, and document management products. Fiserv was formed in 1984 and is headquartered in Brookfield, Wisconsin.


Wind River Systems, Inc. offers device software optimization solutions to enterprises in North America, Japan, the Asia Pacific region, and Europe. Its Wind River's software and development tools are used to improve the functionality of digital imaging products, automobile braking systems, Internet routers, avionics control panels, and factory automation equipment. The company serves networking, consumer electronics, aerospace and defense, industrial, and automotive industries. Its customers include end-users, distributors, original equipment manufacturers, system integrators, and value-added resellers. The company has strategic relationships with various semiconductor and system manufacturers, including ARM Holdings plc; Broadcom Corporation; Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.; Hitachi, Inc.; IBM Corporation; Intel Corporation; MIPS Technologies, Inc.; NEC Corporation; Philips Electronics N.V.; Texas Instruments Incorporated; Toshiba Corporation; Radisys Corporation; and Xilinx, Inc. Wind River Systems was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Alameda, California.


CyberSource Corporation provides secure electronic payment and risk management solutions to organizations that process orders for goods and services over the Internet. It primarily offers cybersource payment solutions that allow eCommerce merchants to accept a range of online payment options, from credit cards and electronic checks, to global payment options. The company provides various risk management solutions, such as rule and decisioning system; fraud detection/verification tools; payer authentication services; and delivery address verification services, which address various issues, including credit card fraud, online tax requirements, and export controls. CyberSource's reporting and management tools facilitate the automation of the flow of complex eCommerce processes, such as recurring billing and payment reconciliation. It also offers various reporting and management tools that facilitate the automation of the flow of eCommerce processes, such as recurring billing and payment reconciliation. In addition, the company provides various business and technical consulting services, such as technology selection, analysis of impacts of the online business on internal processes, integration of its products and services with the merchants' existing internal systems, building custom reporting tools, disaster recovery planning, and security consulting services. CyberSource markets its services, through a direct sales force and resellers, to small sole proprietorships to medium and large enterprises worldwide. The company was formerly known as Internet Commerce Services Corporation and changed its name to CyberSource Corporation in 1998. CyberSource is headquartered in Mountain View, California.


Blackbaud, Inc. provides software and related services designed specifically for nonprofit organizations worldwide. Its suite of products and services include Raiser's Edge, a fundraising software solution; Financial Edge, a financial management solution; Education Edge, a student information management software suite; Information Edge, a business intelligence application; and ProspectPoint and WealthPoint services. The company also offers various Internet applications and consulting services that allow nonprofit organizations to support the Internet for online fundraising, e-marketing, alumni and membership directories, newsletters, event management, and volunteer coordination. In addition, Blackbaud provides a range of complementary professional services, including implementation, business process improvement, and education services, as well as maintenance and technical support. The company's customers operate in multiple verticals within the nonprofit market, including religion, education, foundations, health and human services, arts and cultural, public and societal benefits, environment and animal welfare, and international and foreign affairs. Blackbaud was incorporated in 1982 and is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina.


IMS Health Incorporated provides market information, sales management, and consulting services to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries worldwide. It offers sales territory reporting services, which include sales territory reports and prescription tracking reports for application in sales-force compensation, resource allocation, territory alignment, market analysis, and distribution management; prescription tracking reporting services to monitor prescription activity and to track the movement of pharmaceutical products out of retail channels; and portfolio optimization services, including medical audits, hospital audits, prescription audits, an online multinational integrated data analysis tool to assess and utilize global pharmaceutical information and trends in multiple markets, and other portfolio optimization reports. The company also offers brand management, promotional audit, forecasting portfolio, and launch management services, as well as managed care and consumer health services. In addition, the company provides management consulting that includes pricing and reimbursement, promotion management, sales and account management, product and portfolio development, and performance measurement and tracking; information management consulting, such as information modeling and data warehousing, custom application development, and business process services; and various client services. Further, IMS publishes promotional audit reports. The company was founded by Frohlich in 1954 and is headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut.


Kintera, Inc., an application service provider, provides software and services that enable nonprofit organizations to use the Internet to build communities of supporters, beneficiaries, and staff. The company's Kintera Sphere product, an enterprise-grade software system, integrates a suite of features, including content management, contact management, communication, commerce, community and reporting. It automates the workflow of a nonprofit organization's employees, volunteers, and donors, thereby facilitating communication, donations, fundraising, operations, and build awareness and affinity. Kintera also offers wealth profiling and screening services that enables nonprofits to identify, profile, monitor, and rank the wealth of prospects in their databases; workplace giving tools that enable corporations and nonprofits automate and support their workplace giving programs; a suite of software products designed to manage finances for nonprofit organizations and governments, including cities, towns, counties, governmental agencies, and schools; and advocacy consulting services that assist nonprofit organizations with melding offline and online strategies and tools to build membership, affinity, and impact for their organizations, political campaigns, and unions. The company was co-founded by Harry E. Gruber, Dennis N. Berman, and Allen B. Gruber in 1999. Kintera is headquartered in San Diego, California.


Innovative Solutions and Support, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of flight information computers, flat-panel displays, and advanced monitoring systems. The company provides air data and reduced vertical separation minimum systems and components, such as digital air data computers, integrated air data computers and display units, altitude displays, airspeed displays, and altitude alerter. These systems calculate and display various measures of air data, such as aircraft speed, altitude, and rate of ascent and descent. The company offers flat panel display systems, which display air data, engine and fuel data, altitude, and heading and navigational data, as well as alternative source information. It also provides engine and fuel displays that convey information with respect to fuel and oil levels, as well as engine activity, such as oil and hydraulic pressure and temperature. The company serves the department of defense, government agencies, defense contractors, commercial air transport carriers, original equipment manufacturers, and corporate/general aviation markets in the United States. Innovative Solutions and Support was founded by Geoffrey S. M. Hedrick in 1988. The company is headquartered in Exton, Pennsylvania.


Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation provides custom information technology (IT) services related to IT design, development, integration, and maintenance services in the United States and Europe. The company offers Web-centric applications, data warehousing, component-based development, and legacy and client-server systems. Its IT services include application design, development, integration, and re-engineering and application maintenance. The company provides IT services using an integrated on-site/offshore business model. It primarily offers its services to the companies in the financial, healthcare, and retail/manufacturing/logistics industries. Cognizant Technology has a strategic relationship with The Trizetto Group, Inc. The company was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Teaneck, New Jersey.


CryptoLogic, Inc. engages in the development and provision of online gaming software and services for the worldwide Internet gaming market. The company also provides licensing, e-cash management, and customer support services for its Internet gaming software to third-party gaming operators. Its gaming solution comprises an Internet-based gaming software suite featuring casino table and slot games, multiplayer bingo, player-to-player poker, multiple languages, multiple currencies, multiple platforms, play-for-fun and play-for-cash mode, and an integrated, proprietary e-cash management system, as well as customer support services. The company operates in Canada, Cyprus, and the United Kingdom. CryptoLogic was founded by Andrew and Mark Rivkin in 1995. The company is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.


QuadraMed Corporation provides healthcare information technology products and services in the United States. The company offers Affinity integrated enterprise information systems, which enable the customer to manage patient registration, clinical, and financial information. Its Quantim health information management software provides acute care hospitals, veterans affairs facilities, and physicians with the tools to manage coding, compliance, abstract, and record management processes. The company's Tempus Software provides enterprise wide scheduling and resource management to hospitals and integrated delivery networks. In addition, it markets solutions for specific needs, including QuadraMed MPI, a suite of Master Person Index Software and Services, which enables the identification, correction, and elimination of duplicate patient records in a facility's master population index; Decision Support tools, including contract management, performance measurement, and clinical outcome practice evaluator; and an electronic transaction service, Electronic Data Interchange. QuadraMed's services include installation, maintenance, consulting, and training. The company primarily markets its products to acute care hospitals and multifacility care delivery organizations or integrated delivery networks; and also sells products to Veterans Health Administration facilities, specialty hospitals, hospital associations, and physicians located in 50 states. QuadraMed was founded by James D. Durham in 1993 and is headquartered in Reston, Virginia.


Wipro Limited provides Information Technology (IT) services worldwide. It offers software solutions, IT services, IT consulting, business process outsourcing services, and research and development services in the areas of hardware and software design. The company operates in three segments: Global IT Services and Products, India and Asia Pac IT Services and Products, and Consumer Care and Lighting. The Global IT Services and Products segment offers enterprise IT services, technology infrastructure support services, research and development services, and business process outsourcing services. This segment markets its products through direct sales force with locations in the United States, France, Germany, Holland, Japan, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. The India and Asia Pac IT Services and Products segment offers technology products, such as personal desktop computers, servers, notebooks, storage products, networking solutions, and packaged software; technology integration, IT management, and infrastructure outsourcing services; custom application development, application integration, package implementation, and maintenance; and consulting services. It also provides enterprise solutions, and research and development services. This segment markets its products through direct sales force and channel partners in India, Asia Pacific, and Middle-East regions. The Consumer Care and Lighting segment manufactures hydrogenated cooking oil, soaps and toiletries, light bulbs and fluorescent tubes, and lighting accessories. This segment markets its products through direct sales force and distribution networks in India. Wipro was incorporated in 1945 and is headquartered in Bangalore, India.


Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP) provides computerized transaction processing, data communication, and information services worldwide. The company primarily offers: Employer Services, Brokerage Services, Dealer Services, and Claims Services. Its Employer Services include human resource information, payroll processing, human resources tax and compliance management, and benefit administration products and services. ADP's Brokerage Services include transaction processing services, desktop productivity applications, and investor communications solutions to the financial services industry worldwide. Its products and services include: global order entry, trade processing, and settlement systems; and regulatory mailings, tax reporting, and corporate actions/reorganization solutions. The company's Dealer Services provide integrated dealer management systems and business solutions to automotive, heavy truck, and powersports vehicle retailers and manufacturers throughout North America and Europe. It offers a service product that includes computer hardware, hardware maintenance services, licensed software, software support, data integration, system design, and network consulting services. Dealer Services also include Web-enabled business solutions, front-end dealership sales process and business development training services, consulting services, and customer relationship management solutions. ADP's Claims Services include business solutions for clients in the property insurance, auto collision repair, and auto recycling industries. Its Claims Services' products and services include claims management applications; body shop and auto recycler management systems and auto recycler alternative parts locating solutions; other applications, databases, and management information tools and services for the claims process; and insurance broker risk management and insurance distribution services. ADP was founded in 1949 and is headquartered in Roseland, New Jersey.


TSR, Inc. provides contract computer programming services primarily to Fortune 1000 companies, and state and local government agencies in the New York metropolitan area, New England, and the mid-Atlantic region. It provides technical staff for mainframe and mid-range computer operations, personal computers and client-server support, Internet and e-commerce operations, voice and data communications, and help desk support. TSR was founded in 1969 and is based in Hauppauge, New York.


SoftBrands, Inc. provides software solutions for businesses in the manufacturing and hospitality industries worldwide. It operates in two segments, Manufacturing Software and Hospitality Software. The Manufacturing Software segment offers enterprise resource planning software, consulting, implementation, installation, and ongoing support to manufacturing customers in the life sciences, machinery, chemical and plastics, food and beverage, automotive, consumer products, and electronics industries. It has a strategic partnership with SAP to sell Fourth Shift Edition for SAP Business One to small and medium-sized manufacturers and large SAP customers that need an SAP-centric solution at the plant level. This segment's other products include Fourth Shift, an enterprise software solution for mid-sized manufacturers; Demand Stream, a lean enterprise automation software system; and evolution, a software system primarily for converter manufacturers. Further, it offers a range of support, remote administration and hosting, remote upgrading, Web tutors, and training and consulting services. The Hospitality Software segment provides solutions that support the enterprise information management needs of hotels and resorts. Its products include epitome, a property management system for multi-property hotel groups and chains; Medallion, a Windows-based property management system for independent hotels; PORTfolio, an enterprise application for single and multi-property hotels, and resorts in the United Kingdom and Ireland; and core, a central reservation and corporate information system; and Karyon, a service that offers independent hotels real-time connectivity to online sources of hotel reservations. This segment also provides installation and training, and system optimization and consulting services. The company serves approximately 5,000 customers in approximately 100 countries. SoftBrands was incorporated in 2001 and is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota.


SYS, through its subsidiaries, provides information technology solutions and wireless communications systems for the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and industrial customers. The company operates in two segments, The Defense Solutions Group (DSG); and the Public Safety, Homeland Security, and Industrial Systems Group (PSSIG). The DSG segment provides engineering, technical, financial, and management services primarily to the U.S. government customers, including the Department of Defense (DoD) and other agencies. This segment includes command, control, computers, communications, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) and legacy businesses. Its C4ISR business supports agencies and organizations of the DoD and the DHS providing systems engineering and systems integration, software development, geospatial information systems, and situational awareness tools. Its legacy business supports a spectrum of program management, infrastructure management, and business operations functions principally for United States Government or DoD customers. The PSSIG segment provides wireless sensor network technologies and applications to various customers, including commercial and industrial customers, as well as the U.S. Government. For the Department of Defense, the company provides command and control systems to operational commanders. For the Department of Homeland Security and various state agencies, SYS provides safety and security products and services, including sensor networking products and end-to-end solutions. For large industrial customers in the telecommunications, utilities, construction, chemical, and biomedical industries, its products and services are used to manage remote assets. The company was formed in 1966 as Systems Associates, Inc. and changed its name to Systems Associates, Inc. of California in 1979. Further, the company changed its name to SYS in 1985. SYS is headquartered in San Diego, California.


Unica Corporation provides enterprise marketing management software primarily in North America. It offers a set of integrated software modules under the Affinium' name, which includes six modules: Campaign, Plan, Detect, Leads, NetInsight, and Model. Affinium Campaign allows marketing organizations to create, test, and execute customer interaction strategies across outbound and inbound touch points using a common graphical user interface. Affinium Plan provides marketing operations and resource management capabilities that help marketers define, coordinate, monitor, control, and measure marketing program activities. Affinium Detect uses patented event-detection technology to monitor high-volumes of transactional data to identify changes in behavior over time that signal a need to interact with a customer for sales or service opportunities. Affinium Leads enables marketers to manage the qualification, distribution, and maturation of leads between marketing activities, as well as multiple sales channels, such as telesales, channel partners, and field sales. Affinium NetInsight collects, analyzes, and reports on Web site activity. Affinium Model enables marketing organizations to automate the creation of predictive models to determine customer response propensities, recognize customers at risk of attrition, identify customer behaviors, analyze customer attributes and preferences, discover cross-selling opportunities, and forecast customer value. The company also provides implementation, training, consulting, maintenance and technical support, and software on-demand and management services. It serves customers in financial services, retail, telecommunications, and travel and hospitality industries. Unica offers its software through its direct sales force, as well as through alliances with marketing services providers, resellers, distributors, and systems integrators. The company was incorporated in 1992 and is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.


Macrovision Corporation provides electronic licensing, installation, and digital rights management technologies to entertainment producers and software publishers worldwide. Its value management solutions include anti-piracy technologies and services, embedded licensing technologies, usage monitoring for enterprises, and a host of related technologies and services from installation to update to back-office entitlement management. The company also markets the FLEXnet licensing platform; and the InstallShield suite of software installation, repackaging, and update solutions. Macrovision's customers primarily comprise Hollywood studios; independent video producers; hardware and software vendors; music labels; consumer electronic, personal computer, and digital set-top box manufacturers; digital pay-per-view and video-on-demand network operators; and enterprise information technology organizations. Macrovision was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.


BEA Systems, Inc. provides application infrastructure software worldwide. The company's WebLogic Enterprise Platform automates customers' processes, eases their new service launches, and automates their supplier and distributor relationships. This platform consists of BEA WebLogic Server, which includes security, management, development, and deployment features, as well as support for Web services protocols; BEA WebLogic Integration, a solution for application integration, business process management, business-to-business integration, and Web services; BEA WebLogic Portal, which builds and deploys personalized enterprise portals; BEA Liquid Data for WebLogic, a solution for providing information integration and data aggregation from various sources in distributed computer systems; BEA WebLogic Workshop, a services-oriented development environment primarily for Web applications, Web services, data and application integration, business processes, and portals; BEA Web logic JRockit, a server centric Java Virtual Machine; BEA WebLogic Enterprise Security, an application security infrastructure solution; and BEA Tuxedo, a transaction processing platform for distributed enterprise applications. The company sells its products through distributors, value added resellers, and partnerships with independent software vendors, application service providers, hardware original equipment manufacturers, and systems integrators, as well as directly through a network of sales offices and Web site at It serves telecommunications, commercial and investment banking, securities trading, government, manufacturing, retail, airlines, pharmaceuticals, package delivery, and insurance industries. The company was founded by Alfred S. Chuang in 1995 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


Kenexa Corporation provides software, services, and proprietary content that help organizations worldwide in recruiting and retaining employees. Its solutions include applicant tracking, employment process outsourcing, phone screening, skills and behavioral assessments, structured interviews, performance management, multirater feedback surveys, and employee engagement surveys. The company, through its direct sales force, sells its solutions to large- and medium-sized organizations, as well as to Fortune 500 companies. Kenexa Corp. has a strategic alliance with Accounting Partners to provide online testing and software tutorials to its applicants. The company was founded in 1987. It was formerly known as TalentPoint, Inc. and changed its name to Kenexa Corporation in 2000. Kenexa Corp. is headquartered in Wayne, Pennsylvania.


Amdocs Limited provides software and services solutions to services providers worldwide. The company offers customer relationship management, order management, service fulfillment, mediation, and content revenue management products, collectively known as Integrated Customer Management (ICM) Enabling Systems. These ICM Enabling Systems support various lines of business, including wireline, wireless, cable, and satellite, as well as a range of communications services, such as voice, video, data, Internet protocol, broadband, content, electronic, and mobile commerce. Amdocs also supports companies that offer bundled or convergent service packages. In addition, it provides directory sales and publishing systems for publishers of both traditional printed yellow page and white page directories, and electronic Internet directories. In addition, the company's information technology services comprise consulting, business strategy, system implementation, training, integration, and modification. Further, Amdocs provides managed services that include system modernization and consolidation, operation of data centers, ongoing support, maintenance services, system modification, provision of rating and billing services, and communications facility management services. Its customers include communications providers, and network operators and service providers. The company was founded in 1982 and is based in Chesterfield, Missouri.


Onstream Media Corporation operates as a broadband media company that provides video and media communication, Webcasting, and digital asset management services. Its Webcasting services include an array of corporate-oriented, Web-based media services to the corporate market, including live audio and video Webcasting, and on-demand audio and video streaming for various businesses, government, or educational entities. The company also produces Internet-based multimedia streaming videos. The company's digital asset management (DAM) services consist of a set of coordinated technologies and processes that enable the storage, retrieval, and reuse of the digital files, such as photos, videos, audio files, engineering specs, architectural plans, Web pages, and other pieces of business collateral. In addition, DAM services provide connectivity within the entertainment and advertising industries through its private network; systems integration and engineering services; application-specific technical advice; audio equipment; video compression and transport equipment; teleconferencing equipment; and other products to facilitate its broadcast and production applications. Onstream Media offers its products in the United States through internal sales force and channel partners. The company was formed under the laws of Florida in 1993. It was formerly known as Visual Data Corporation and changed its name to Onstream Media Corporation in January 2005. Onstream Media is headquartered in Pompano Beach, Florida.


Hurray! Holding Co., Ltd. provides wireless value-added services and software and system integration services. Its wireless value-added services are delivered through the 2.5G mobile network, including wireless access protocol (WAP); and 2G technology platforms, including short messaging services and interactive voice response. WAP services allow users to download pictures and ringtones; interact with other users by using community services, such as chatting, dating, and message boards; play mobile games; and receive content on a variety of topics, such as pop culture, news, finance, and sports. Short messaging services allow users to send and receive simple text messages from their mobile phones; and interactive voice response services allow users to store, send, and access voice content from their mobile phones. The company's software and system integration services include the design, development, licensing fee, hardware, installation, and after sale support of its VASPro services provisioning and management software platform. Hurray! Holding Co. was incorporated in 2002 and is headquartered in Beijing, China.


i2 Technologies, Inc. provides supply chain management solutions to customers worldwide. The company offers solutions for manufacturing and planning; transportation and distribution management; execution, collaboration, and visibility; supplier relationship management; and data management and business analytics. Its manufacturing and planning solutions enable businesses to coordinate the production and distribution of goods and materials throughout the supply chain to final delivery to the customer. These products include supply planning solutions that provide multi-enterprise visibility, collaboration, decision-support, and execution capabilities; and demand management and retail management solutions that provide tools to forecast and manage demand, plan merchandising strategies, manage markdowns and promotions pricing, and optimize price quoting. i2 Technologies' transportation and distribution management solutions enable the flow of goods between suppliers, enterprise supply chain locations, and customers. Its Execution, Collaboration, and Visibility solutions offer tools to stage inventory, plan replenishment, and manage orders. The company's supplier relationship management solution is designed to bridge product development, sourcing, supply planning, and procurement across the supply chain. i2 Technologies' data management solution manages data from legacy, enterprise resource planning, and other applications. It also offers certain on-demand and software as a service solution. Further, the company provides technical consulting, solution maintenance, software upgrades, and development. It serves computer and electronics, telecommunications equipment and service, semiconductor, consumer electronics and consumer durables, automotive original equipment manufacturers, aerospace and defense, industrial manufacturers, metals, apparel and footwear, consumer packaged goods, and retail markets. i2 Technologies was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.


AMICAS, Inc. provides radiology and medical image, and information management solutions. The company offers Vision Series family of products that include Vision Series radiology information system, Vision Series picture archiving communication system, Vision Series Document Management, and Vision Series Financials to ambulatory care, imaging center, acute care and hospital clients, and radiology healthcare providers. AMICAS also offers Insight Services, a set of client-centered professional and consulting services that assist its customers with a planned transition to a digital enterprise. In addition, the company provides a suite of services, including workflow consulting, project management, software implementation, systems integration, training, and ongoing technical support for its software applications. The company was founded in 1989. It was formerly known as InfoCure Corporation and changed its name to VitalWorks, Inc. in 2001. Further, the company changed its name to AMICAS, Inc. in January 2005. AMICAS is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.


TTI Team Telecom International, Ltd. provides operations support systems and business support systems for telecom service providers. Its Netrac software solutions enable communications service to automate, simplify, and manage the complex process of delivering multiple communications services over various networks. The company's Netrac suite of products supports multivendor voice and data architectures over wireline, wireless, Internet protocol, cable, digital subscriber line, and optical networks, allowing its customers to streamline operations and roll out new services. TTI Team Telecom markets its products and services primarily to communications service providers, such as incumbent local exchange carriers; long-distance carriers; wireless service providers and resellers; and communications equipment vendors that include vendors of switches, fixed wireless access equipment, transmission equipment, and test equipment. The company was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Petach Tikva, Israel.


SumTotal Systems, Inc. engages in the development, marketing, distribution, and support of talent and learning management software products, and on-demand subscriptions. It offers the SumTotal Systems Enterprise suite, an integrated suite of software applications that combines learning management, performance management, compensation management, and learning content management. The company also provides ToolBook Instructor, a multimedia development system for creating applications and simulations; ToolBook Assistant, an authoring product that automates the process of developing learning applications; and Phoenix solutions that offer authoring, administration, presentation, and reporting on IBM and IBM-compatible mainframes, allowing organizations to manage the CBT life cycle from design through evaluation. In addition, it offers professional services, technical support, hosting, and business process outsourcing services. The company's customers include companies operating in various industries, including education, energy, financial services, government, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, services, and utilities. The company was founded as Asymetrix Corporation in 1984 and changed its name to Asymetrix Learning Systems, Inc. in 1998. Later, it changed its name to Click2learn, Inc. in 2001; and to SumTotal Systems, Inc. in 2004. SumTotal Systems is headquartered in Mountain View, California.


Napster, Inc. provides online music for the consumer market. Its online music subscription services, Napster and Napster To Go, provide consumers with access to approximately 1,000,000 songs. With its products, the consumers discover, access, and acquire songs by searching or browsing the company's catalogue, or accessing preprogrammed content through radio stations or custom compilations. Napster subscribers also have access to community features, such as sharing songs with other members and searching their collections. In addition, it provides a download music store, called Napster Light, where customers who are not subscribers, purchase individual tracks or albums. The company sells its online music services to end users worldwide through its Web site, affiliate network, and universities that have site licenses, as well as prepaid cards through its retail partners. It has strategic partnerships with Microsoft, Intel, Dwango, iRiver, Dell, Creative, Samsung, Gateway, eMachines, Toshiba, IBM, Best Buy, Blockbuster, Radio Shack, Dixons Group, The Link, PC World, Currys, Target, Molson, Miller, Energizer, and Nestle. Napster was incorporated in 2000. It was formerly known as Roxio, Inc. and changed its name to Napster, Inc. in 2004. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.


TIBCO Software, Inc. engages in the development and marketing of software solutions for the integration of business information, processes, and applications in various industries. Its products enable businesses to connect and coordinate their applications, employees, partners, and customers, as well as automate their business processes from within the enterprise. TIBCO's solutions are comprised of four categories of software: Business Process Management Software (BPM), Business Optimization Software (BOS), Business Integration Software (BIS), and Enterprise Backbone Software (EBS). BPMS enables the automation and coordination of the assets and tasks that make up a business process. These products coordinate the human and electronic resources inside a business and their network of customers and partners. BOS routes information to appropriate recipients, lets user access information, and provides users with the ability to analyze and act on information. BIS enables companies to connect several endpoints, coordinate processes, and streamline activities across technological, organizational, and geographical boundaries. EBS enables businesses establish and manage a flow of event-driven information across their enterprise, enabling the delivery of information to various recipients, or the ability to add or modify senders and receivers of data. The company licenses its products to companies operating in various industries worldwide, such as telecommunications, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, energy, transportation, logistics, financial services, government, and insurance. It sells its products through direct sales force, and through alliances with software vendors and systems integrators. TIBCO also offers consulting services, such as systems planning and design, installation, and systems integration, as well as software support and maintenance options, and global training programs. The company was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.


Verticalnet, Inc. provides supply management on-demand solutions globally. It offers software and services in the areas of program management, spend analysis, esourcing, advanced sourcing, contract management, and supplier performance management. The company offers Verticalnet XE, a suite of software solutions, which consist of five modules: Program Manager, Spend Manager, Negotiation Manager, Contract Manager, and Performance Manager. Program Manager facilitates the rollout of reusable program and process management to ensure that strategic sourcing processes are applied across the supply management lifecycle. Spend Manager provides solution to analyze spending patterns to monitor compliance and identify sourcing opportunities. Negotiation Manager is a solution for creating, collaborating, publishing, negotiating, and analyzing auctions, requests for proposal, and/or requests for quote. Contract Manager provides the tracking, management, and negotiation capabilities necessary to negotiate and provide enterprise-wide access to contracts. Performance Manager provides management of performance and compliance, and then the ability to remedy problem areas. It also offers maintenance and support services, software installation, hosting services, infrastructure management and training, and custom software development. The company also provides supply management business process consulting primarily in the areas of spend analysis and advanced sourcing. In addition, it manages infrastructure management and support services, including buyer and supplier enablement. Further, it performs spending analysis and strategic sourcing engagements for purchasing categories, such as packaging; transportation; maintenance, repair, and operational; services; and printed materials. The company offers its products and services through its sales force and third-party alliances. Verticalnet was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Malvern, Pennsylvania.


CSP, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the development and marketing of information technology integration solutions, messaging and image-processing software, and computer systems. It operates in two segments, Systems, and Service and System Integration. The Systems segment designs, manufactures, sells, and services cluster computer systems and embedded computer systems to the aerospace and defense market for an array of defense applications, including radar, sonar, and surveillance signal processing, as well as to scientific/technical computing market. This segment also offers legacy classic systems and proprietary systems, as well as related parts and services. The Service and System Integration segment provides integration solutions, including third-party hardware and software with consulting services; and specialized programming and engineering services to supply customers with customized legacy integration, virtual private networks, and Internet security solutions. It also provides installation, integration, logistical assistance, and other services. In addition, this segment offers Internet security consulting and implementation services for enterprise intrusion prevention and protection. CSP serves customers in the education, telecommunications, health services, distribution, financial, manufacturing, and entertainment industries. The company markets its products through its direct sales force, system integrators, distributors, and resellers worldwide. CSP was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Billerica, Massachusetts.


SI International, Inc. provides information technology and network solutions to the federal government in the United States. It provides solutions in the eight practice areas, including software development, systems consulting, eSolutions, information security, learning solutions, systems engineering, network solutions, and outsourcing. Software development practice delivers software integrated with commercial off-the-shelf products, data management, testing, and validation services. Systems consulting practice supports modeling, simulation, and prototyping of solutions, which includes feasibility studies, strategic planning, systems development consulting, project management, and organizational assessment. eSolutions practice delivers software implementation services that Web-enable applications intended to leverage an organization's utilization of the worldwide Web. Information security practice delivers analyses, methods, and technologies that enable clients to secure their information against unauthorized access and service disruption. It also provides security policy and procedure development, threat determination and risk assessment, system security engineering, network defense, document processing, and accreditation and training. Learning solutions practice designs, develops, and delivers training and performance support for learning and performance needs. Systems engineering practice delivers mission and requirements analysis, operational architecture modeling and development, system design, validation and verification, logistics support, and simulation. Network solutions practice designs, develops, and deploys telecommunications network and infrastructure solutions, which include voice, narrowband, broadband, and wireless technologies. Outsourcing practice offer services to perform network operations, sustaining engineering, administrative processing, and overall program management. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Reston, Virginia.


Catapult Communications Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, market, and support of software-based test systems and protocol analyzers for the global telecommunications industry. The company's DCT and MGTS products are digital communications test systems designed to enable equipment manufacturers and network operators to deliver digital telecommunications equipment and services. Its advanced software and hardware assist customers in the design, integration, installation, and acceptance testing of digital telecommunications equipment and services. Catapult Communications products offer various test functions, including design and feature verification, conformance testing, interoperability testing, load and stress testing, and monitoring and analysis. It serves telecommunications equipment manufacturers and network operators. The company's products are sold through direct sales force and distributors. It has operations in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Finland, Sweden, Japan, China, and Australia. The company was founded by Richard A. Karp in 1985 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.


Vital Images, Inc. provides visualization and analysis solutions for use in clinical diagnosis, disease screening applications, and therapy planning. The company's primary software products include Vitrea and ViTALConnect. Vitrea is a visualization product for radiological and surgical applications. It allows clinicians to screen for disease, diagnose less invasively, and plan treatments. Vitrea offers various optional modules to enable clinicians to customize their Vitrea workstations for their specialties. Its modules include 3D Angio, Automated Vessel Measurements, CT Brain Perfusion, CT Cardiac, CT Colon, Fusion7D, ImageChecker CT, Lung, SoftRead, Vessel Probe, and VScore. Vitrea 2 is offered both as a stand-alone software package and as part of an integrated software and hardware system, consisting of Vitrea 2 software installed on a computer workstation. ViTALConnect enables physicians and other users to access 2D, 3D, and 4D enterprise-wide visualization capabilities, including the ability to measure, rotate, analyze, and segment images, with a personal computer using a Web-enabled browser. Its users can employ a PC or notebook computer to process, analyze, review, and distribute multidimensional medical images securely over the Web. In addition, a collaboration mode lets several physicians in different locations confer while interacting with the same images in real time. It markets Vitrea 2 and ViTALConnect as standalone software packages and as part of integrated software and hardware systems to radiologists, surgeons, primary care physicians, and medical researchers. The company sells its products to end-user customers, such as hospitals and clinics, and to diagnostic imaging companies, digital imaging equipment manufacturers, and picture archive and communication systems companies. The company was founded by Vincent Argiro in 1988. Vital Images is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota.


Analysts International Corporation provides information technology (IT) consulting, software development, and other related services in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Its services include technology integration services for applications and hardware; advisory services for IT investments; outsourcing services; and staffing services. The company's staffing services provide IT supplemental staffing and managed team services, as well as single source staffing of programmers and other software professionals. Its advisory services provide methodologies and processes for implementing technology and managing human capital. Analysts International's outsourcing services include hosting and asset protection. It hosts and maintains various projects, including informational Web sites, as well as integrated systems, including databases, Web front-ends, and connections to suppliers over both public and private networks. The company's asset protection services include incoming/outgoing traffic management and security vulnerability analysis of facilities. In addition, Analysts International offers application and Web site development, and legacy system maintenance services. The company offers its services in the areas of Internet protocol telephony and wireless communications, enterprise resource planning integration, infrastructure services, storage solutions, security and business continuity planning, portals and collaboration, customer relationship management, network design, managed services, offshore advisory, service desk, and warranty services. Analysts International was founded in 1966 by Frederick W. Lang. The company is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota.


Convergys Corporation provides outsourced customer care, employee care and integrated billing software services worldwide. The company operates in two segments, Customer Management Group and Information Management Group. The Customer Management Group provides outsourced customer care and employee care services. The customer care services comprise customer service, technical support, accounts receivable management, sales account management, business process outsourcing, and business intelligence solutions. The employee care services include benefits administration, human resource administration, recruiting and staffing, and learning. The Information Management Group provides outsourced billing, and information services and software. It offers information software for various segments of the communications industry, including wireless, wireline, cable, cable telephony, broadband, direct broadcast satellite, and the Internet. The company's software provides rating and billing, customer order management, mediation management, activation management, and partner relationship management. Convergys serves communications, technology, financial services, and other industries. The company is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio.


Sonic Solutions supplies DVD creation software for professional, industrial, and consumer applications. It develops and markets computer-based tools for creating digital audio and video titles in the CD-audio and DVD-video formats; for recording data files on CD recordable or DVD recordable discs in the CD-ROM and DVD-ROM formats; and for backing up the information contained on hard discs attached to computers. The company offers its products in three categories: professional audio and video products, desktop products, and technology products. The professional products consist of DVD-video creation tools that are used by professional customers to prepare DVD-video titles for mass replication and release to home video consumers. The desktop products include software-only DVD-video creation tools and DVD-video playback software for use by professionals, enthusiasts, and consumers. The technology products comprise software, which the company licenses to other companies for inclusion in their DVD or CD creation and recording products. The company sells is products worldwide through direct sales force, audio/video dealers, Web stores, and computer and electronics retail stores. Sonic Solutions was founded in 1986 by Robert J. Doris and Mary C. Sauer. The company is headquartered in Novato, California.


CSG Systems International, Inc. provides billing and customer care solutions for the cable television, direct broadcast satellite, advanced Internet protocol services, mobile, and fixed wireline markets worldwide. The company operates through two divisions, The Broadband Services and The Global Software Services. The Broadband Services division provides customer care and billing services to cable television and satellite industries in the United States and Canada. It offers a suite of processing, software, and professional services, which enable clients to automate their customer care and billing functions, including set-up and activation of customer accounts, sales support, order processing, invoice calculation, production and mailing of invoices, management reporting, electronic presentment and payment of invoices, and deployment and management of the client's field technicians. The Global Software Services division provides convergent billing and customer care software and services that enable telecommunications service providers to bill their customers for services, including mobile, Internet, wireline, cable television, and satellite. The company was co-founded by Neal C. Hansen and George F. Haddix in 1994. CSG Systems International is headquartered in Englewood, Colorado.


Integral Systems, Inc. builds satellite ground systems for command and control, integration and test, data processing, and simulation. It operates in four segments: Ground Systems Government, Ground Systems Commercial, Space Communications Systems, and Corporate. The Ground Systems Government segment provides ground systems products and services to the U.S. government. The Ground Systems Commercial segment provides ground systems products and services to commercial enterprises and international governments and organizations. The Space Communications Systems segment offers satellite communications equipment and systems for military applications, such as in satellite tracking stations, control centers, spacecraft factories, and range operations. The Corporate segment operates in antenna division, product group, and integration and test division. The company also offers complementary ground system components and systems, including turnkey systems, hardware, and software for satellite and terrestrial communications signal monitoring, network and ground equipment monitoring and control, and satellite data processing, as well as communications, science, meteorology, and earth resource applications. In addition, it provides equipment monitoring and control software to satellite operators and telecommunications industry. The company serves government and commercial satellite operators, spacecraft and payload manufacturers, and aerospace systems integrators worldwide. Integral Systems was founded by Steven R. Chamberlain in 1982 and is headquartered in Lanham, Maryland.


MicroStrategy Incorporated provides business intelligence software that enables companies to analyze the raw data stored across their enterprise to identify the trends and insights. The company offers an integrated business intelligence platform known as MicroStrategy 8, which enables organizations to consolidate business intelligence applications onto a single platform for reporting, analysis, and delivery applications. Its software delivers information to workgroups, the enterprise, and extranet communities through email, Web, fax, wireless, and voice communication channels. In addition, it offers consulting, education, technical support, and technical advisory services for its customers and strategic partners. The company offers its products to various industries, including retail, telecommunications, financial services, insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, healthcare, manufacturing, technology, consumer goods, and government and public services worldwide. MicroStrategy was founded by Michael J. Saylor in 1989. The company is headquartered in McLean, Virginia.


Wireless Ronin Technologies, Inc. engages in the design and development of digital signage solutions for specific retail and service markets. It offers a content delivery system, RoninCast, which manages, schedules, and delivers digital content over a wireless or wired network. The company provides digital signage for use in the advertising industry. Its solutions provide customers with a visual marketing system designed to enhance the way they advertise, market, and deliver their messages to targeted audiences; and enable to deliver a solution that includes project planning, design services, network deployment, software training, equipment, hardware configuration, content development, implementation, maintenance, and help desk support. In addition, Wireless Ronin Technologies provides consulting, project planning, design, training, content development, and implementation services. The company markets its solutions to companies that deploy point-of-purchase advertising or visual display systems. It sells its solutions through its direct sales force and value added resellers to retail, hospitality, restaurants, healthcare and banking, transportation locations, and convention centers markets in North America. The company was incorporated in 2000 and is headquartered in Minnetonka, Minnesota.


Emageon, Inc. provides an enterprise-level information technology solution for the clinical analysis and management of digital medical images within health care provider organizations. Its solution consists of visualization and image management software, support services, and third-party components. The company's Web-enabled visualization software provides physicians across the enterprise in multiple medical specialties with tools to manipulate and analyze images in 2D and 3D. Its software products include UltraVisual, a suite of software tools for the visualization and analysis of digital medical images by physicians and medical professionals; UltraStructure, an image archival and distribution management software; and UltraConnect standards-based software used to manage integration and data migration between the solution and other health information systems in the enterprise. The company also provides third-party components, including servers, data storage systems, backup and recovery systems, workstations and monitors, standard relational database applications, and computed radiography devices. Emageon sells its solution to multihospital networks, community hospitals, physician clinics, and diagnostic imaging centers. The company was founded in 1992 as Imageon Solutions, Inc. The company changed its name to Emageon, Inc. in 2000; to Emageon UV, Inc. in 2003; and to Emageon, Inc. in 2004. Emageon is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama.


Intelli-Check, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of document verification system for identity management. The company's ID-CHECK technology authenticates the validity of driver licenses, state issued nondriver cards, and military identification cards that are used as proof of identity. Its C-Link software product, which runs on a personal computer was created to work in conjunction with the ID-Check unit, allows a user to instantly view the encoded data for further verification, analyze the data, and generate various reports where permitted by law. In addition, Intelli-Check offers ID-Check SDK, which is capable of reading the smart chip contained in the military common access card; ID-Traveler, a software solution that can electronically compare two forms of government issued ID's instantaneously and determine whether the common fields match; and ID Prove product offering provides out of wallet questions to assist in proving a users claimed identity. The company sells its products directly through sales force and distributors in the United States and Canada. Intelli-Check has strategic alliances with Bioscrypt, Inc., Identix Corporation, Ultra-Scan, Inc., Cross-Match Technologies, Si-Vault biometric companies; Lenel Systems International, and Northrop Grumman and Anteon. Intelli-Check was founded in 1994 and is based in Woodbury, New York.


e-Future Information Technology, Inc., through its subsidiary, e-Future (Beijing) Tornado Information Technology, Inc., provides integrated software and professional services for manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, logistics companies, and retailers in China's supply chain front market. The company's software solutions include e-Future ONE Visual-DRP, a Web-based product designed to meet the distribution and network management needs of manufacturers; e-Future ONE DMS, a mini-enterprise resource planning application utilized by wholesalers and distributors in the consumer goods industry; e-Future ONE POS-ERP, a software solution designed to meet the demands of retailers for goods flow, order flow, information flow, and cash flow management; and e-Future ONE LRP, an application for distributors or logistics companies to improve warehouse management, transportation management, and logistics management. It also offers e-Future ONE SCM, an application designed to promote collaborative business between retailers and their suppliers; e-Future ONE CPFR/VMI, a program that provides customers with collaborative planning, forecasting, and replenishment features; e-Future ONE CRM, a system tool mining and analyzing customer data for retailing operations; e-Future ONE BI, a program designed for intelligent distribution; and e-Future ONE eWalkman, an all-in-one portable payment system, which can place information at both the operator and customer locations. In addition, e-Future provides consulting services, including systems implementation, systems planning and design, customer-specific configuration of application modules, and on-site implementation or conversion from existing systems, as well as post-implementation consulting services. The company was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Beijing, the People's Republic of China.


GRAVITY Co., Ltd. engages in the development and distribution of online games and other related businesses principally in the Republic of Korea and other countries in Asia, America, and Europe. The company offers three massively multiplayer online role playing games, such as Ragnarok Online, R.O.S.E. Online, and Time N Tales. It is also developing two additional multiplayer online role playing games, Requiem and Ragnarok Online II. In addition, the company offers two casual online games, Love Forty and TV Boys, through its casual online game portal site, STYLIA, as well as developing three additional casual games, Pucca Racing, W Baseball, and Bodycheck Online. Further, it provides various mobile games and license the merchandizing of character-related products based on its online games. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. GRAVITY Co., Ltd. is a subsidiary of EZER, Inc.


TRX, Inc., a technology company, provides transaction processing and data integration services to the travel industry worldwide. It offers various applications that automate booking, ticketing, settlement, and reporting functions in the travel transaction lifecycle. The company's solutions include RESX, a suite of online self-service corporate booking tools offering a Web-based interface for business travelers and/or travel arrangers to book policy-compliant air, car, and hotel reservations; SELEX, a suite of Web-based agency reservation and customer service tools; and TRAVELTRAX, a Web-based, on-demand reporting application designed for corporations. TRX also offers CORREX, a hosted travel transaction processing platform, enabling automated quality control, reservation file finishing, and electronic ticketing of travel reservations; and TRANXACT, which manages transaction settlement, exception handling, document distribution, and back-office accounting. In addition, it provides DATATRAX, a data reporting suite that consolidates data records from various sources, including credit card issuers, credit card networks, back office travel systems, hotel suppliers, airlines, and global distribution systems, as well as normalizes those records into a common structure in a single data repository. The company also offers data acquisition and business intelligence technologies. TRX provides its solutions to the travel agencies, travel suppliers, government agencies, financial services companies, healthcare companies, and credit card issuers. The company was incorporated in 1999 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


Goldleaf Financial Solutions, Inc. offers technology-based products and services for community financial institutions in the United States and Canada. Its products and services include data processing, item processing and check imaging, ACH origination and processing, remote check capture and deposit processing, and teller automation systems. Goldleaf Financial Solutions also offers accounts receivable financing solutions; turnkey leasing solutions for financial institutions and small businesses; Web site design and secure hosting for financial institutions; and retail inventory management services. In addition, it provides related products and services, such as online teller platform system; a transactional fraud detection solution; branch image capture and signature verification; loan and deposit platform automation; Internet banking and bill payment; an online debt collection service; and United State Patriot Act verification tool. The company, formerly known as Private Business, Inc., was founded in 1990. It changed its name to Goldleaf Financial Solutions, Inc. in 2006. The company is headquartered in Brentwood, Tennessee.


Datalink Corporation serves as an architect of enterprise-class information storage infrastructures of data intensive industries in the United States. It analyzes, designs, implements, and supports information storage infrastructures that store, protect, and provide continuous access to information. Datalink offers solutions for storage area networks, network-attached storage, direct-attached storage, and IP-based storage. The company's solutions include hardware products, such as disk arrays, tape systems, and interconnection components, as well as storage management software products. It also offers assistance in the installation of solutions and support services subsequent to the installation, as well as provides consulting services. The company has partnerships with ADIC, Brocade Communications Systems, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Crossroads Systems, Inc., Diligent Technologies Corporation, EMC Corporation, Hitachi Data Systems, LEGATO Systems, Inc., Managed Storage International, Inc., McData Corporation, Network Appliance, Inc., Quantum Corporation, Spectra Logic Corporation, Storage Technology Corporation, and VERITAS Software Corporation. Datalink was founded in 1958 and is headquartered in Chanhassen, Minnesota.


Midway Games, Inc. engages in the development and publishing of interactive entertainment software. It offers games to play on various videogame platforms, including the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, and Game Boy Advance platforms, as well as produces games for personal computers. The company's titles include various game genres, such as action, adventure, driving, extreme sports, fighting, horror, role-playing, sports, shooting, and strategy. Midway Games' markets its products through internal sales staff. It also sells its products through independent sales representatives that include mass merchandisers; foreign, national, and regional retailers; discount store chains; video rental retailers; and entertainment software distributors and resellers in North America, Europe, Australia, Germany, and South Africa. The company was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.