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Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. provides business process and information technology outsourcing solutions to commercial and government clients. It operates through two segments, Commercial and Government. Commercial segment offers business process outsourcing services, including administration, human resources and related consulting, finance and accounting, customer care, and payment services. This segment also provides information technology outsourcing services, which include mainframe, midrange, desktop, network, consulting, and Web-hosting solutions; and systems integration services that comprise application development and implementation, applications outsourcing, and technical support and training, as well as network design and installation services. The Government segment provides child support payment processing services; designs, develops, implements, and operates medicaid, child and pharmacy benefit management programs, and the information technology solutions; electronic toll collection, motor vehicle services, commercial vehicle operations and transportation related enforcement programs. This segment also offers loan servicing, consolidation loan processing, debt collection, and portfolio management services; and unclaimed property collection services. Its clients includes healthcare providers and payors, pharmaceutical and other manufacturers, retailers, wholesale distributors, utilities, entertainment, higher education institutions, financial institutions, insurance, and transportation companies. Affiliated Computer Services was founded in 1971 and is based in Dallas, Texas.


Actuate Corporation provides an enterprise reporting application platform worldwide. The company's Actuate 8 product line provides a platform for the development and deployment of enterprise reporting applications. These applications retrieve business information from corporate databases and deliver them as interactive Web pages, Excel spreadsheets, and analytic cubes to customers, partners, and employees around the globe. Its products and services are used to develop and deploy enterprise reporting applications for business functions, including financial management, sales management, account management, and customer self-service. The company's enterprise reporting application platform consists of a set of products that provide Web pages, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and analytic cubes to present users with a Web-portal like experience for accessing and interacting with decision-making information; a comprehensive development environment to build, integrate, and maintain the core data access and reporting infrastructure of enterprise reporting applications; and a unified metadata layer, which is accessible by all products within its platform. It sells its software and services through direct sales force to corporate and government customers and through indirect channel partners, such as original equipment manufacturers, systems integrators, and resellers. The company primarily serves customers in various industries, including financial services, government, health care, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, high technology, utilities, automotive, education, entertainment, travel, retail, and others. Actuate was co-founded in 1993 by Nicolas C. Nierenberg and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.


Acxiom Corporation provides customer and information management services for various companies worldwide. It offers data and database services, data warehousing, data management, list processing services, data integration, consulting and analytic services, data content and software, and customer marketing services. The company offers AbiliTec, a software solution to integrate and manage customer data and customer relationships. Acxiom Corp. also provides consumer, property, business, and telephone marketing data; risk management solutions; and digital marketing solutions. In addition, the company provides information technology (IT) outsourcing and facilities management for data center management, network management, client/server management, and other complementary IT services. The company offers its services to companies in the financial services, insurance, information services, direct marketing, publishing, retail, and telecommunications industries. It operates primarily in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Australia, and Japan. Acxiom was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas.


Adobe Systems Incorporated offers a line of software and services for public and private sectors worldwide. It operates through four segments: Creative Professional, Digital Imaging and Video, Intelligent Documents, and OEM PostScript and Other. The Creative Professional segment provides software tools for professional publishing, Web design, business document publishing, and printing information. Its tools are also used to create printed and online information, including newspapers, magazines, Web sites, catalogs, advertisements, brochures, product documentation, technical manuals, books, memos, reports, and banners. The Digital Imaging and Video segment offers solutions to create and enhance digital images and photographs, digital video, audio, and animations. The Intelligent Documents segment provides desktop and server-based software, which creates documents that can be viewed, interacted with, and integrated into existing business processes. The OEM PostScript and Other segment offers production printing technology for graphics professionals and professional publishers; and also licenses its technology to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) that manufacture printers and other output devices. The company also provides professional services, technical support, and customer services. In addition, it owns limited partnership interests in venture capital limited partnerships that invest in early stage companies. The company's customers include graphic designers, Web designers, videographers, photographers, and professional publishers; enterprise users, such as knowledge workers, information technology managers, business managers, and executives; and digital imaging and digital video hobbyists. It offers its products through distributors and dealers, value-added resellers, systems integrators, independent software vendors, and OEMs, as well as through its Web site. Adobe Systems Incorporated was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


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.


Alliance Data Systems Corporation and its subsidiaries provide transaction services, credit services, and marketing services in North America. The company facilitates and manages transactions between its clients and their customers through multiple distribution channels, including instore, catalog, and the Internet. Its transaction services include card processing, billing and payment processing, and customer care for specialty and petroleum retailers; customer information system hosting, customer care, and billing and payment processing for regulated and deregulated utilities; and point-of-sale services and merchant bankcard services. The company's credit services include provision of private label receivables financing, including underwriting and risk management, merchant processing, and receivables funding. Its marketing services include loyalty programs, such as the coalition loyalty, one-to-one loyalty, and database marketing services. The company serves specialty retailers, petroleum retailers, utilities, supermarkets, and financial services companies. Alliance Data Systems was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.


Autodesk, Inc. operates as a software and digital content company worldwide. The company provides business solutions through technology products and services, including integrated and interoperable design software, Internet services, wireless development platforms, and point-of-location applications. Its activities are segregated into Design Solutions and Discreet Segments. Design Solutions segment sells design products and services for professionals and consumers who design, build, manage, and own building projects or manufactures goods, as well as the sale of mapping and geographic information systems technology to public and private users. The principal product portfolio of the segment includes AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT products. This segment also offers consulting, support, and training services. Discreet segment develops, integrates, markets, sells, and supports film and television compositing systems; high definition and standard definition broadcast editorial and finishing systems; digital cinema production systems for color grading and film finishing; and animation, visualization, and streaming media products. This segment primarily sells its products to post production facilities, film studios, broadcasters, and creative professionals for various applications, including feature films, television programs, commercials, music and corporate videos, interactive game production, design visualization, Web design, and interactive Web streaming. The company also offers a technology platform designed to deliver location-based applications to wired, mobile, and wireless users. Autodesk markets its product, LocationLogic, primarily to wireless carriers and network operators. The company's customers include companies in the building, manufacturing, infrastructure, and digital media sectors. Autodesk has a strategic alliance with UGS PLM Solutions and Microsoft. The company was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in San Rafael, California.


Advent Software, Inc. offers integrated software solutions for automating and integrating data and work flows across investment management organizations, as well as the information flows between the investment management organization and external parties. The company operates in two segments, Advent Investment Management and MicroEdge. The Advent Investment Management segment engages in the development, marketing, and sale of stand-alone and client/server software products, data interfaces, and related maintenance and services that automate, integrate, and support certain functions of investment management organizations. The MicroEdge segment offers software and services for grant management, matching gifts, and volunteer tracking for the grantmaking community worldwide. The company also provides support, maintenance, and professional services, including project management, implementation, data conversion, integration, custom report writing, and training. In addition, Advent Software provides independent research and brokerage services to institutional investors and registered investment advisors. The company offers its services to investment advisors, brokerage firms, banks, hedge funds, corporations, public funds, foundations, universities, and nonprofit organizations worldwide. Advent Software was founded by Stephanie DiMarco in 1983. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California.


Aladdin Knowledge Systems, Ltd. and its subsidiaries provide solutions for software digital rights management and Internet security. The company offers its products in two divisions: Software Digital Rights Management (SDRM) and Enterprise Security. Its SDRM division's HASP product line offers solutions for the protection, licensing, and distribution needs of software publishers. These products include HASP HL, a cross-platform hardware-based solution for protecting and licensing software running on stand-alone computers; HASP HL Net, a cross-platform hardware-based solution for protecting software and managing licenses in network environments; and HASP SL, a software-based licensing, software protection, and distribution system that protects software copyright and intellectual property. This division sells its products to software developers and distributors through its direct sales force, as well as through independent distributors. The company's Enterprise Security division develops and markets USB-based eToken hardware device for user authentication, and eSafe line of content security solutions that protect PCs and networks against viruses, worms, spam, and Internet-born content. This division markets and sells its products to various industries, including financial services, telecommunications, airline, and manufacturing and technology through distributors, value-added resellers, and system integrators. The company markets its products primarily in Israel, the United States, Europe, and southeast Asia. Aladdin Knowledge Systems, Ltd. was founded by Jacob (Yanki) Margalit in 1985. The company is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.


American Software, Inc. engages in the development, marketing, and support of a portfolio of software and services that deliver enterprise management and collaborative supply chain solutions to the global marketplace. It operates through three segments: Collaborative Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and Information Technology (IT) Consulting. The Collaborative Supply Chain Management segment provides collaborative supply chain solutions to streamline and optimize the market planning, management, production, and distribution of products for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, retailers, carriers, and other organizations and their respective trading partners. The ERP segment provides purchasing and materials management, customer order processing, financial, e-commerce, flow manufacturing, and traditional manufacturing solutions, as well as industry-specific business software to retailers and manufacturers in the apparel, sewn products, and furniture industries. The IT Consulting segment offers IT staffing and consulting services, as well as support for its software products, such as software enhancements, documentation, updates, customer education, consulting, systems integration services, and maintenance. The company offers its products to retail, apparel, consumer-packaged goods, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, industrial products, and other manufacturing industries. American Software was founded in 1970 by James C. Edenfield and Thomas L. Newberry and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


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.


ANSYS, Inc. engages in the development and marketing of engineering simulation software and technologies used by engineers and designers in aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, electronics, and biomedical industries in the United States and internationally. It primarily offers ANSYS Simulation Suite, which incorporates design simulation and virtual prototyping into a product development process; ANSYS Physics Verticals that focuses towards specific industries to solve problems, such as electromagnetic interference, antenna design, aerodynamic design, crash dynamics, metal forming, and product design reliability; and ANSYS Workbench Environment, which provides integration with Computer-Aided Design systems enabling bi-directional interaction between the CAD model and the analytical solution provided by it. The company also provides ANSYS ICEM CFD Suite that consists of geometry acquisition, mesh generation, post-processing, and mesh optimization tools; and ANSYS CFX Suite that allows companies to solve the computationally intensive problems. ANSYS distributes products directly or through a network of channel partners in 40 countries. It has strategic alliances with Autodesk, Inc.; Dassault Systemes; Parametric Technology Corporation; Solid Edge; Solid Works; and UGS PLM Solutions. The company was founded in 1970 and is headquartered in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.


Ansoft Corporation develops electronic design automation (EDA) software used in technology products and industries. Its software is used to design electronic products, such as cellular phones, Internet-access devices, broadband networking components and systems, integrated circuits, printed circuit boards (PCBs), automotive electronic systems, and power electronics. The company's principal products include HFSS, a three dimensional electromagnetic field simulation software for high frequency, radio frequency, and wireless design; Nexxim, a circuit simulator; SIwave, which provides analysis of PCBs, components, and packages; Q3D Extractor, a physics-based EDA tool for the electromagnetic-field simulation of two-dimensional and arbitrary three-dimensional structures; Ansoft Designer, which provides a design environment to link electromagnetic analysis with circuit and system-level simulation; Turbo Package Analyzer, a software tool that automates the analysis of semiconductor packages; AnsoftLinks, which provides bidirectional links for streamlining data; Full-Wave Spice that provides high-bandwidth SPICE models; and Optimetrics, a parametric analysis and optimization module. Its products also include Maxwell 3D and 2D software tools; SIMPLORER, a multidomain simulation package for the design of power electronic and drive systems; and RMxprt, a tool for calculating design parameters. Ansoft, through its own direct sales force, sells its products to customers in the communications, semiconductor, automotive/industrial, computer, consumer electronics, and defense/aerospace industries, principally in North America, Asia, and Europe. Ansoft was founded by Zoltan J. Cendes in 1984 and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


@Road, Inc. operates as a global provider of end-to-end mobile resource management (MRM) solutions. It offers MRM solutions based on its LocationSmart platform, which integrates various technologies, including wireless communications, global positioning system (GPS), hosted software applications, transaction processing, and Internet technologies. The company delivers MRM solutions in three primary areas: field force management, field service management, and field asset management. Its family of MRM solutions includes @Road GeoManager, @Road Pathway, and @Road Portico, which are field force management solutions used for GPS-based monitoring, mapping, and reporting, as well as for wireless communications, messaging, and automated workflow and mobile workforce management. @Road's family of MRM solutions also comprises @Road/Vidus taskforce, a field service management solution for automated service delivery appointing and routing, capacity planning, scheduling, and dispatching. In addition, the company's family of MRM solutions consists of various field asset management solutions incorporating RFID, vehicle diagnostic/prognostic, and sensor technologies that could be used for driver safety, inventory management, and vehicle maintenance and scheduled servicing. Its solutions are designed to meet the needs of customers in various markets, including telecommunications, field service, construction, facilities/waste management, freight and passenger transportation, courier/delivery, distribution, cable/broadband, and utilities. @Road offers its solutions in on-demand software delivery, on-premise, or hybrid environments. It has partnerships with Bell Mobility, Cingular Wireless, Nextel Communications, Nextel Partners, Sprint, TELUS Mobility, and Verizon Wireless. The company has offices in North America, Europe, and Asia. @Road was incorporated in 1994 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.


Astea International, Inc. engages in the development and marketing of service management software solutions, which are licensed to companies that sell and service equipment, and/or sell and deliver professional services worldwide. The company's primary product offering, the Alliance suite, integrates and automates sales and service business processes. Alliance supports the service lifecycle, from lead generation and project quotation to service, and billing to asset retirement. It integrates business processes for contact center, field service, depot repair, logistics, professional services, and sales and marketing. Astea extends its applications with portal, analytics, and mobile solutions. Alliance Customer Portal enables to perform transactions that customers can perform over the Internet. The Alliance Customer Portal is an entry point that supports e-business transactions for customer self-service and sales. Alliance Analytics provides users with preconfigured business intelligence applications focused on customer and field service, customer satisfaction, and product performance. The company also provides consulting, training, and support services to implement its products. Its consulting services include feasibility studies, process productivity assessments, gap analyses, migration services, project management, seminars, and custom development. Astea also offers business consulting and information technology system integration services. The company's solutions are used in various industries, such as information technology, medical devices and diagnostic systems, industrial controls and instrumentation, retail systems, office automation, imaging systems, facilities management, telecommunications, and other industries with equipment sales and service requirements. The company was founded in 1979 as Applied System Technologies, Inc. and changed its name to Astea International, Inc. in 1992. Astea is headquartered in Horsham, Pennsylvania.


Attunity, Ltd. provides enterprise data integration software. The company markets Attunity Integration Suit family of products that enable companies to connect to data sources, stream data changes across the enterprise, and federate heterogeneous information to achieve a single view of their business. Its products include Attunity Connect, a suite of prebuilt adapters to mainframe and enterprise data sources; Attunity Stream that captures and delivers the changes made to enterprise data sources in real-time; and Attunity Federate, which provides enterprise information integration across heterogeneous data sources. The company's other legacy products include CorVision, an application generator tool; APTuser, a production report generator able to access data residing in different databases and file managers; and Mancal 2000, a financial and logistics software application package. The company sells its products and services through both direct and indirect channels, including distributors, value-added resellers, and original equipment manufacturers to corporations, and governmental and public institutions. Attunity operates in the Americas, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Israel, South Africa, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea. The company was founded in 1988 by Arie Gonen. It was formerly known as I.S.G. Software Industries, Ltd. and changed its name to ISG International Software Group, Ltd. in 1992, and to Attunity, Ltd. in 2000. The company is headquartered in Haifa, Israel.


Activision, Inc. publishes interactive entertainment software products. It maintains a portfolio of products that spans various categories and markets, and is used on various game hardware platforms and operating systems. The company's products cover game categories, such as action or adventure, action sports, racing, role-playing, simulation, first-person action, and strategy. Activision offers its products primarily in versions that operate on the Sony PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, and Microsoft Xbox console systems; Nintendo Game Boy Advance, Sony PlayStation Portable, and Nintendo Dual Screen hand-held device; and the personal computer. The company develops, markets, and sells products directly, by license, or through its affiliate label program with certain third-party publishers. It provides logistical and sales services to third-party publishers of interactive entertainment software and manufacturers of interactive entertainment hardware in Europe. The company operates in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, Australia, Sweden, and the Netherlands. Activision was incorporated in 1979 and is headquartered in Santa Monica, California.


Aware, Inc. engages in the design, development, licensing, and marketing of intellectual property for broadband communications. The company offers asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) technology for the telecommunications industry. ADSL technology enables telephone companies to use their existing copper telephone lines to offer broadband services. Its hardware products primarily include ADSL test and development systems, modules, and modems, as well as standard off-the-shelf software products for biometric, medical imaging, and digital imaging applications, as well as DSL test and diagnostics software. Aware licenses its broadband technology to semiconductor companies worldwide. The company was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts.


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.


Bois d'Arc Energy, Inc., an exploration company, engages in the discovery and production of oil and natural gas in the Gulf of Mexico. As of December 31, 2004, it had proved reserves of 305.3 billion cubic feet of natural gas equivalent, as well as owned interests in 104 producing oil and natural gas wells in the federal and state waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The company was formerly known as Bois d'Arc Energy, LLC and changed its name to Bois d'Arc Energy, Inc. in May 2005. Bois d'Arc Energy is headquartered in Houston, Texas. Bois d'Arc Energy, Inc. is a majority owned subsidiary of Comstock Offshore LLC.


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.


Bitstream, Inc. engages in the development and marketing of software products and technologies that enable customers worldwide to render text, browse the Web on wireless devices, select fonts online, and customize documents over the Internet. The company categorizes its products and technologies into three product lines: Fonts and Font Technology, Browsing Technology, and Publishing Technology. The Font Technology line includes font rendering and display software. Its software products are used in mobile and smart phones, handheld and wireless devices, gaming software, graphics applications, Internet and corporate Intranet software, interactive TV and set-top boxes, high-definition digital theater and television, and embedded systems. The company also sells fonts and font-related products developed and designed by third party foundries and designers. The Browsing Technology line includes ThunderHawk, a wireless Web browsing technology for small wireless devices, including Pocket PCs and cell, and smart phones. ThuderHawk has three editions: ThunderHawk Enterprise Server, ThunderHawk SmartPhone, and ThunderHawk PocketPC. The Publishing Technology line offers Web publishing products. The company sells its products directly and through resellers to original equipment manufacturers, independent software vendors, corporations, wireless carriers and operators, device manufacturers, and consumers. It also operates, a Web site that provides a collection of fonts. It also provides other services, such as custom design and development, and training. The company's customers are located principally in the United States, Canada, Japan, and the United Kingdom. The company's strategic partners include Electronics for Imaging, Xerox, and Creo. Bitstream was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


Blue Holdings, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the design, development, marketing, and distribution of fashion jeans, apparel, and accessories for women, men, and children. The company's products include jeans, jackets, belts, purses, and T-shirts. It sells its products under Antik Denim, Yanuk, U, Life & Death, Faith Connexion, and Taverniti So Jeans brand names. Blue Holdings sells its products in the United States, Canada, Japan, and the European Union directly to department stores and boutiques, as well as through distribution arrangements in certain foreign jurisdictions. It has two showrooms in New York and Los Angeles, as well as a retail store in Los Angeles and in San Francisco. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Commerce, California.


BMC Software, Inc. and its subsidiaries develop software that provides systems and service management solutions for large enterprises. It offers its products in four categories: mainframe management, distributed systems management, service management, and identity management. The mainframe management product category includes products designed for managing database management systems on mainframe platforms. It includes MAINVIEW solutions, which manage, automate, and optimize the depth and breadth of z/ OS, DB2, CICS, IMS, Linux, middleware, the Web, and storage. The distributed systems management product category includes systems management and monitoring, distributed data management, scheduling, and output management solutions. The service management product category includes service delivery management, service impact management, information technology (IT) service management for the enterprise, IT service support for the small and mid-sized business, IT service management for outsourcers, and IT discovery and software configuration management solutions. The identity management product category includes products that facilitate user administration and provisioning, password administration, enterprise directory management, Web access control, and audit and compliance management. The company also provides maintenance, enhancement, and support for its products; and performs software implementation, integration, and education services. Its customers include manufacturers, telecommunications companies, financial service providers, educational institutions, retailers, distributors, hospitals, service providers, government agencies, and value-added resellers. The company markets its products directly through its sales force, as well as indirectly through channel partners, including resellers, distributors, and systems integrators. BMC Software has a strategic alliance with Sybase, Inc. The company was founded in 1980 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas.


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.


Borland Software Corporation provides cross-platform software technology solutions to build, deploy, and manage enterprise applications worldwide. The company offers integrated development solutions designed to address various dimensions of an application's lifecycle, including definition, design, development, testing, and deployment. Borland addresses the software lifecycle through its Java development environment, JBuilder and various rapid application development tools, including Delphi, C++Builder, and Kylix. Its deployment products include Borland AppServer, a CORBA and J2EE platform-compliant application server, and VisiBroker, a CORBA object request broker. The company also offers Borland AppCenter for application management; Borland StarTeam, which provides an automated software configuration management system for supporting the management of assets and application life cycle tasks from within a single repository; CaliberRM, which enables collaboration between distributed teams; and Borland Together technologies, which provide design and analysis capabilities to the development team. In addition, Borland provides consulting, training, support, and certification services. The company sells its products through direct sales organization and indirectly through a network of independent distributors, dealers, value-added resellers, specialty catalogue vendors, and independent software vendors. Borland was founded in 1983 under the name Borland International, Inc. and changed its name to Borland International Delaware, Inc. in July 1989. Thereafter, the company changed its name to Borland International, Inc. in October 1989, to Inprise Corporation in 1998, and to Borland Software Corporation in 2001. Borland Software Corporation is headquartered in Scotts Valley, California.


BOS Better On-Line Solutions, Ltd. develops connectivity solutions that provide PC emulation products for the IBM iSeries (AS/400) and cross-platform printing solutions for central printing and output management solutions in organizations. Its main product line comprises primarily TCP/IP to Twinax controllers that allows Legacy Twinax equipment to work locally or remotely via TCP/IP line to the Series server. The company offers communication solutions, including multipath, intelligent routing VoIP gateways, GSM gateways, and other cellular gateways, which enable reduction of inter-office, long-distance, and cellular-to-line communication costs using VPN, cellular-to-cellular networks, or the public Internet to carry telephone calls. It also provides solutions in semiconductors, electronic components, charge-coupled-device, imaging, networking, telecom, and automation. The company markets its products to medium and large information technology organizations, through a combination of direct sales, indirect distribution, and original equipment manufacturers, with a primary focus on resellers and distributors. It primarily operates in the United States, Europe, and Israel. BOS Better On-Line Solutions was incorporated in 1990 and is headquartered in Misgav, Israel.


BSQUARE Corporation provides software and engineering service solutions to smart device makers. It targets smart devices, such as set-top boxes, home gateways, point-of-sale terminals, kiosks, voting machines, gaming platforms, personal digital assistants, personal media players, and smartphones that utilize embedded versions of the Microsoft Windows family of operating systems. The company's proprietary software products include Secure Digital Input Output solution (SDIO Now!), which enables peripheral and memory cards to be used with smart devices; universal serial bus interfaces; a suite of applications for CE.NET-based devices, including bFax, bFile, and bBackup; and board support packages. The company's engineering services include device solution strategy consulting, software and hardware design and development services, systems integration, application development, quality assurance, customer technical support, and platform development training. BSQUARE also provides third party software products through multiple license and distribution agreements. It markets its products and services to original equipment manufacturers, original device manufacturers, device component suppliers, retailers, and wireless operators through its direct sales force located in the United States and in Taipei, Taiwan. BSQUARE Corporation has strategic marketing relationship with Microsoft Corporation. The company was incorporated in 1994 and is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.


Computer Associates International, Inc. (CAI) engages in the design, development, marketing, licensing, and support of software products worldwide. The company's products include Unicenter, eTrust, BrightStor, AllFusion, Advantage, and CleverPath. Unicenter products, used for infrastructure management, identify and resolve problems within a customer's information technology (IT) infrastructure. These products also automate software installation, tracking computing assets, and managing customers' databases. These products serve operations, service, and resource management areas. eTrust products, used for security management, protect information assets and resources; provide appropriate system and information access to employees, customers, and partners; and manage security-related administration. BrightStor products, used for storage management, enable companies to centrally manage enterprise storage data. AllFusion products, for application life cycle management, automate the life cycles of systems and applications. These products integrate with existing environments and infrastructures, and provide management of the software development process for any platform. Advantage products, for data management and application development, enable customers store and manage large amounts of data; and automate and standardize processes for building and maintaining company information. CleverPath solutions, for portal and business intelligence, enable businesses to centralize information access; refine, analyze, and sort data; create and distribute informative reports; and develop executive dashboards. CAI also provides professional services, such as consulting and education. The company distributes its products through its sales force; and a network of independent, value-added resellers, original equipment manufacturers, distributors, and dealers. CAI was founded by Charles B. Wang and was incorporated in 1974. The company is headquartered in Islandia, 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.


Carreker Corporation provides payments-related software, consulting, and business process outsourcing solutions to financial institutions and financial service providers worldwide. It has three divisions: Global Payments Technologies, Revenue Enhancement, and Global Payments Consulting. The company's Global Payments Technologies division offers solutions for payment services and delivery functions, including presentment of checks in paper and electronic form, and identification and mitigation of fraudulent payments, as well as handling irregular items, such as checks returned unpaid, maintaining a record of past transactions, responding to related customer inquiries, and correcting any errors that are discovered. It also offers technology solutions for the inventory management of bank's cash stock levels and logistical service requirements. The Revenue Enhancement division provides consulting services focused on tactical methods of increasing banks' fee income and includes treasury management, consumer and commercial lending, credit card lending, and trust and investment services, as well as retail, small business, and commercial deposits. It also offers EnAct software, proprietary sales management methodologies, and sales training programs, which enables clients to recognize customers and prospects. The Global Payments Consulting division provides strategic planning and implementation advisory services for financial institutions and other clients. It also offers float analysis system and float management system for managing a bank's float through float analysis and pricing. It has strategic alliances with various companies, including American Bankers Association, BISYS, IBM, ID Analytics, ARGO Data Resource Corporation, Advanced Software Design, and Giesecke & Devrient GmbH. Carreker Corporation was formed in 1978 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.


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.


CIBER, Inc. and its subsidiaries provide information technology (IT) system integration consulting and other IT services to governmental agencies, and Fortune 500 and middle market companies from offices located throughout the United States and Europe, as well as Canada and India. It offers a range of services to its clients, including staff supplementation services, custom application development services, implementation services of enterprise resource planning packages, application maintenance outsourcing services, resale of hardware and software products, managed hosting, and call center support. CIBER's IT hardware and software products include switches and routers, fileservers, application and database servers and related software, data storage systems, security appliances, and security software. The company serves its clients in the manufacturing, telecommunications, healthcare, automotive, education, and services and other industries, as well as in the finance, banking, and insurance industries. CIBER was founded in 1974 by Bobby G. Stevenson and is headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado.


Ceridian Corporation provides information services principally to the human resource, transportation, and retail markets. Its activities are classified into Human Resource Solutions and Comdata segments. Human Resource Solutions segment provides solutions, which enable customers to outsource employment processes from recruitment and applicant screening to payroll, tax filing, human resource information systems, employee self-service, time and labor management, benefits administration, employee assistance and work-life programs, as well as post-employment COBRA, HIPAA, and retirement plan administration. It mainly operates in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Comdata segment provides transaction processing, financial services, and regulatory compliance services primarily to the transportation and retail industries. Its products and services include payment processing, as well as the issuance of credit, debt, and stored value cards. Ceridian also provides Internet payroll processing, tax filing, unemployment compensation management, and related services for employers located in the United States and Canada. The company's Powerpay product is a Web-based solution that allows customers to complete payroll transactions via the Internet. Ceridian was formed in August 2000 as a result of the spin-off of the human resource solutions division and human resource solutions, and Comdata subsidiaries of Arbitron, Inc. The company became an independent public company when its predecessor distributed all of its outstanding common stock to its stockholders in a tax-free spin-off transaction in March 2001. Ceridian's principal executive offices are located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.


Cerner Corporation supplies healthcare information technology solutions worldwide. The company designs, develops, markets, installs, hosts, and supports software information technology and content solutions for healthcare organizations and consumers. It offers software solutions and hardware that gives healthcare providers secure access to clinical, administrative, and financial data in real time. The company provides access to an individual's electronic medical record at the point of care, and organizes information for the specific needs of the physician, nurse, laboratory technician, pharmacist, and other care providers, as well as for front and back office professionals. In addition, it offers installation services, which include project-scoping services, conducting pre-installation audits, and creating initial environments. Cerner's implementation and consulting services include database consulting, system configuration, project management, testing assistance, network consulting, post conversion review, and application management services. The company markets its products and services to integrated delivery networks, physician groups and networks, and their managed service organizations; managed care organizations; hospitals; medical centers; free-standing reference laboratories; home health agencies; blood banks; imaging centers; pharmacies; pharmaceutical manufacturers; employer coalitions; and public health organizations. Cerner was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in North Kansas City, Missouri.


California First National Bancorp, a holding company, primarily provides leasing and banking services in the United States. The company, through California First Leasing Corporation and Amplicon, Inc., focuses on leasing and financing capital assets. It primarily leases capital assets used by businesses and organizations, with a focus on high technology equipment and software systems, such as computer workstations and networks, mid-range computers, computer automated design systems, and computer software. The company also provides leasing for technology-related manufacturing and distribution management systems, consisting of complex computer controlled manufacturing and production systems; printing presses and warehouse distribution systems; and personal property, which include machine tools, trucks, and office furniture. California First National Bank, another subsidiary, primarily generates deposits, which include checking accounts, savings accounts, and three month to three year certificates of deposit, as well as provides business loans to fund the purchase of assets leased by third parties. It offers these deposits primarily to taxable and IRA depositors. The company primarily invests in interest-bearing deposits with banks, money market securities, federal funds sold, and Federal Reserve Bank stock. California First National Bancorp was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Irvine, California.


Check Point Software Technologies, Ltd. engages in the development, marketing, and support of Internet security and virtual private networking solutions for enterprise and networks, service providers, small and medium businesses, and consumers. The company offers solutions that enable secure communications over Internet protocol networks, including the Internet, Intranets, and extranets. Check Point's Internet security solutions include various technologies that enable its customers to define their network and application security policies, enforce these policies across their networks, collect and correlate information, monitor the security and traffic flow, and analyze and update configurations to reflect changes in the Internet security policies. It also provides related software subscriptions, support, training, and consulting services. In addition the company offers endpoint security solutions that protect personal computers from hackers, spyware, and data theft. It sells its software products worldwide through multiple distribution channels, including distributors, resellers, system integrators, original equipment manufacturers, and managed security service providers. Check Point has a strategic partnership with D-Link to develop unified threat management solutions to small and medium-sized businesses. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Ramat-Gan, Israel.


Chordiant Software, Inc., an enterprise software company, provides software applications to consumer companies worldwide. It offers software applications, business processes, tools, and services that enable businesses to integrate customer information and corporate systems to produce a view of customers across multiple customer channels. The company's product solution includes Chordiant 5 Applications, which consist of Chordiant 5 Decision Management Solutions, Chordiant 5 Marketing Solutions, and Chordiant 5 Selling and Servicing. Chordiant 5 Decision Management is a suite of active decision management software products that allow marketing professionals and management to make decisions during customer interactions and as part of marketing campaigns, as well as enables business users to develop decision strategies that predict customer behavior, develop customer strategies, make recommendations to frontline representatives, and offers business performance analysis. Chordiant 5 Marketing automates the marketing processes required to plan, define, execute, and optimize marketing campaigns across multiple product lines and channels of communication in global business-to-consumer enterprises. Chordiant 5 Selling and Servicing provides role-based application interfaces that optimize real-time, process driven interactions between a company and its customers. Chordiant Software's solutions also include Chordiant 5 Industry Solutions, a series of applications for retail financial services that automate industry specific business processes in retail banking and credit card servicing; and Chordiant 5 Enterprise Platform that includes various software servers for managing a company's business to consumer policies, processes, profiles and integration interfaces, and connections to legacy systems. It sells its solutions and services through a direct sales organization. Chordiant Software was incorporated in 1991 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California.


Computer Horizons Corp. offers e-business solutions and professional services worldwide. It operates in three segments: Information Technology (IT) Services, Solutions, and Chimes. The IT Services segment provides software professionals to augment the internal information management staff of corporations. The Solutions segment offers e-business strategy and assessment; HIPAA compliance; on shore, near-shore, and offshore outsourcing; enterprise network management; Web architecture design; hosting and integration; application development; client relationship management; project management; systems integration; and networking services and education/training solutions primarily to financial services, healthcare, pharmaceutical, telecom, consumer packaged goods, as well as the federal government. The company, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Chimes, Inc., provides workforce procurement and management services to various companies. Computer Horizons was founded is 1969 and is headquartered in Mountain Lakes, New Jersey.


Cimatron, Ltd. engages in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, and support of a family of computer-aided design/computer aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) software products. Its products primarily include Cimatron E, which provides tools, applications, and process-automation solutions for the tooling industry; Cimatron IT, a family of integrated software tools for mechanical engineering and manufacturing automation; and QuickConcept, a preliminary design and review package that allows tool designers and their suppliers to hold virtual review meetings over the Internet. The company also offers Designer Solution that provides users with 3D design and modeling capabilities, and associative 2D drawing and sketching functions; NC Solution, which offers comprehensive milling, drilling, simulation, and verification capabilities up to 2.5 axes + 2X Positioning; Master Solution that includes various features of the Designer Solution and the NC Solution integrated into an end-to-end system. In addition, Cimatron provides Electrode Solution that includes various tools necessary to create and design electrodes out of a given part model; Electrode Pro Solution, which includes the tools necessary to create, design, and manufacture electrodes; Cimatron Student Package, a limited Cimatron package for students' home use; and View Only System that provides tools to view and check CAD/CAM projects. The company sells its products to a range of industries, including automotive, aviation and aerospace, household goods, mold and die making, machinery and tools, and telecommunications. It markets products directly in Israel, and through distributors, as well as through subsidiaries and network providers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, China, and France. Cimatron was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Givat Shmuel, Israel.


Concur Technologies, Inc. provides business services and software solutions that automate corporate expense management solutions. The company's solutions are designed to automate and streamline corporate expense reimbursement processes, improve internal controls, and enable businesses. Its flagship product Concur Expense solution offers services and software for automating the travel and entertainment expense management process. The company also provides value-added services and software that integrate with Concur Expense, such as Concur Payment, Concur Imaging Service, Concur Business Intelligence, Concur Total Access, Concur Travel Integration, Concur Benchmarking Service, and Concur Compliance Solution. In addition, it offers consulting, customer support, and training services in connection with corporate expense management solutions. The company serves Global 100 companies, Fortune 1000 companies, global public companies, and single-location private companies. Concur Technologies markets and sells its solutions through direct sales organization and indirect distribution channels, such as strategic reseller and referral partners. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Redmond, Washington.


Convera Corporation engages in the design, development, marketing, implementation, and support of enterprise search and categorization solutions for various applications, including enterprise portals, knowledge management, intelligence gathering, profiling, corporate policy compliance, regulatory compliance, and customer service. Its RetrievalWare product line forms the basis for information retrieval and knowledge management solutions for corporate Intranets, Internet e-commerce, online publishing, and the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) market. The company licenses its software products directly to commercial businesses and government agencies throughout North America, Europe, and other parts of the world, as well as distributes its products through license agreements with systems integrators, OEMs, value-added resellers, and other strategic partners. It also offers professional implementation services, as well as training, consulting, and maintenance services. Convera Corporation is headquartered in Vienna, Virginia.


Cognos Incorporated offers business intelligence (BI) and corporate performance management (CPM) software solutions. The company's solutions consist of BI components, analytical applications, and performance management applications. Its BI solution comprises component-based software that facilitates BI activities, including reporting, query, analysis, visualization, and event management. The company's analytical applications solution is designed to extend customer's enterprise resource planning system and transforming operational data for reporting and analysis. Its performance management applications span company functions and processes, and define the parameters for performance in scorecards, plans, and budgets. The company also provides software services for administration; deployment; integration; and extraction, transformation, and loading to deliver integrated and expandable solutions; and support services that consist primarily of implementation resolution, product configurations, documentation, and support for product problem resolution, as well as offers various consulting services to assist customers with project management and planning, architecture design, training needs assessment, and deployment. In addition, Cognos provides classroom training and onsite at customer locations; e-learning courses; courses on individual product components; and courses on a solution approach. The company markets and supports its solutions directly and through resellers, primarily in the Americas, Europe, and the Asia/Pacific Region. Cognos was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada.


Copart, Inc. provides salvage vehicle sale services in the United States. It offers vehicle suppliers, primarily insurance companies, with a range of services to process and sell salvage vehicles over the Internet through its virtual bidding Internet auction-style sales technology. The company's service offerings include online supplier access, salvage estimation services, virtual insured exchange, transportation services, vehicle inspection stations, on-demand reporting, DMV processing, vehicle processing programs, buyer network, sales process, and CoPartfinder. It sells principally to licensed vehicle dismantlers, rebuilders, repair licensees, used vehicle dealers, and exporters. The company also engages in public sales of used vehicles, where the vehicles are sold directly to the public and automobile dealers on behalf of banks, leasing or financing companies, automobile dealers, and repossession companies. Copart was founded by Willis J. Johnson in 1982 and is headquartered in Fairfield, California.


Compuware Corporation engages in the development, marketing, and support of an integrated set of systems software products. It offers software products that enhance various steps in the application life cycle, from application development and testing to performance management and information technology (IT) governance, for mainframe, distributed, and Web-based platforms. In addition, the company offers a range of IT services for distributed systems and mainframe environments, including technical staffing, application development, quality assurance, project management, and application maintenance, as well as professional services solutions that utilize its products. Compuware' products and professional services are used by the IT departments of various commercial and government organizations worldwide. The company markets its software products primarily in the United States, Canada, Europe, Japan, Asia-Pacific, Brazil, Mexico, and South Africa through a direct sales force and independent distributors. It offers its professional services primarily through account managers located in offices throughout North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Brazil. Compuware was founded in 1973 by Peter Karmanos, Jr., Thomas Thewes, and Allen Cutting. The company is headquartered in Detroit, Michigan.


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.


Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) provides information technology (IT) outsourcing, consulting and systems integration services, and other professional services worldwide. The company's outsourcing services involves operating customer's technology infrastructure, including systems analysis, applications development, network operations, desktop computing, and data center management. CSC also provides business process outsourcing, such as procurement and supply chain, call centers, and customer relationship management; credit services; claims processing; and logistics. Its IT and professional services include systems integration, consulting, and other professional services. Systems integration includes designing, developing, implementing, and integrating complete information systems. Consulting and professional services include advising clients on the strategic acquisition and utilization of IT, and on business strategy, security, modeling, simulation, engineering, operations, change management, and business process re-engineering. CSC also licenses software systems for the financial services markets and provides various end-to-end e-business solutions to the commercial and government clients. The company offers its services to various customers in the aerospace/defense, automotive, chemical and energy, consumer goods, financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, retail or distribution, telecommunications, and utilities industries primarily in the North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The company was founded by Roy Nutt and Fletcher Jones in 1959. CSC is headquartered in El Segundo, California.


CoStar Group, Inc. provides information services to the commercial real estate industry in the United States and the United Kingdom. Its Property Professional service provides subscribers inventory of office, industrial, and retail properties, including for-lease and for-sale listings, historical data, building photographs, maps, and floor plans; Property Express service offers base-building information, photos, floor plans, maps, and reports; COMPS Professional service provides coverage of sales information in the U.S. commercial real estate industry; Tenant, an online business-to-business prospecting and analytical tool offers the real estate-related U.S. tenant information; and FOCUS service offers information on the U.K. commercial real estate market. The company's other services include Connect, which allows commercial real estate firms to license CoStar's technology and information to market their U.S. property listings on their corporate Web sites; Advertising that offers space for lease or sale directly to the individuals looking for that type of space through interactive advertising; NRB Shopping Center Directory, which offer access to a database of the U.S. shopping center information, including names, locations, tenants, space availability, and contact information; Exchange that provides a database of commercial real estate properties listed for sale; Professional Directory, which provides contact information for commercial real estate professionals; Market Report that provides current and historical analytical information, including vacancy and rental rates, average sales prices, and capitalization rates; Metropolis service, a single interface that combines commercial real estate data from multiple information providers; and News service, which provide commercial real estate news, such as major leasing transactions, acquisitions, new construction activity, and industry events. CoStar Group was founded in 1987 and is headquartered Bethesda, Maryland.


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.


Commtouch Software, Ltd. engages in the development and sale of email antispam solutions to enterprises. It offers anti-spam solution that filters messages at the customer organization's entry point, before being distributed to recipients, while maintaining enterprises privacy. The company's products are primarily based on recurrent pattern detection technology, which analyzes messages associated with mass email outbreaks and directs the blocking of such emails, without the need to analyze individual messages. Commtouch also provides solutions for integration with security, content filtering, anti-virus, and other filtering solutions through alliances and strategic partnerships. In addition, it offers a software development kit that enables third-party vendors to integrate its anti-spam solution into their existing offerings, providing them with spam identification and spam classification services. The company offers its secure messaging solutions to small, medium, and large enterprises through resellers and original equipment manufacturers in Israel, the United States, and internationally. Commtouch was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Netanya, Israel.


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.


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.


Dassault Systemes S.A. and its subsidiaries develop integrated solutions using three-dimensional (3D) digital technology. The company operates through two segments, Process-Centric and Design-Centric. The Process-Centric segment offers product lifecycle management (PLM) software solutions. Its PLM solutions include CATIA for product design, DELMIA for digital manufacturing, and ENOVIA and SMARTEAM for product management and collaboration. In addition, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Spatial Corp., Dassault Systemes distributes its PLM infrastructure under the name of Component Application Architecture V5 development platform. The company's Design-Centric segment provides SolidWorks Office Professional for organizations that need to manage workgroup design data; SolidWorks Office, which includes a design solution with 3D mechanical design software and a range of design communication and productivity tools; and SolidWorks 3D mechanical design software. Further, it provides services related to its software products and solutions, such as support to customers, technological consulting services, and hardware resale activities. Dassault Systemes serves various companies in the automotive, aerospace, fabrication and assembly, consumer goods, electrical and electronics, plant design, and ship building industries. It offers its products through its direct sales force and through independent resellers worldwide. The company was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Suresnes, France.


Digimarc Corporation supplies secure identity solutions and advanced technologies for use in media management. Its solutions enable governments and businesses worldwide to deter counterfeiting and piracy, enhance traffic safety and national security, combat identity theft and fraud, facilitate voter identification programs, and manage media content. It supplies majority of driver licenses in the United States. Digimarc also owns a portfolio of intellectual property, including a signal processing technology known as digital watermarking, which allows imperceptible digital codes to be embedded in all forms of media content, including personal identification documents, financial instruments, photographs, movies, music, and product packages. The embedded codes within various types of media content can be detected and read by software or hardware detectors in personal computers and other digital devices. Digimarc's major customers comprise government agencies, primarily U.S. state government agencies engaged in the issuance of driver licenses; a consortium of central banks; and national governments of certain foreign countries, as well as others, such as movie studios and music labels, television and radio broadcasters, corporations, and creative professionals. Digimarc was incorporated in 1995 and is based in Beaverton, Oregon.


Docucorp International, Inc. engages in the development, marketing, and support of customer communication management (CCM) solutions via a portfolio of proprietary information software application service provider (ASP) hosting, and professional services. Its enterprise-wide CCM solutions acquire, create, manage, personalize, present, and market information of various kinds. The company's software solutions support various in-house and outsourced enterprise applications, including customer statements and billings, electronic bill presentment and payment, insurance policy production, content management, correspondence automation, call center fulfillment, wealth management reporting, and health care provider directories, as well as supports hardware platforms, operating systems, printers, and imaging systems. Docucorp's ASP hosting services allow its customers to off-load applications and free up resources to concentrate on their core competencies and strategic projects, as well as provide processing, print, mail, archival, and Internet delivery of documents. In addition, it provides professional services, including implementation, integration, training, and consulting services. The company offers its products to insurance, utilities, financial services, health care, higher education, telecommunications, transportation, and government agencies in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Docucorp was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.


Document Sciences Corporation engages in the development, marketing, and support of a family of dynamic content publishing software products used primarily for business-to-customer communications in the United States and Europe. Its products include xPression and Autograph, which are content publishing products that enable automated publishing solutions for various industries, including insurance, financial services, managed healthcare, and commercial outsourcing. The company also provides software engineering services that comprise project management, design and architecture, prototyping, coding, testing, and productizing. It sells its products primarily through direct sales force in North America, as well as through value added resellers in Australia, South America, and Asia. Document Sciences Corporation was founded in 1991 and is based in Carlsbad, California.


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.


Digital River, Inc. provides e-commerce outsourcing solutions. The company offers e-commerce site development and hosting, site merchandising, order management, fraud prevention, denied parties screening, export controls, tax management, digital and physical product fulfillment, multilingual customer service, email marketing and advanced reporting, and Web analytics services. In addition, it offers search advertising, search engine optimization, affiliate marketing, site/store optimization, and email optimization. The company provides its services primarily to online store development and hosting, transaction processing, electronic software delivery, fraud screening, customer service, and analytical marketing industries. Digital River was founded by Joel A. Ronning in 1994 and is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.


Dendrite International, Inc. (DII) engages in the development and provision of solutions for improving the sales, marketing, and clinical processes for pharmaceutical and other life sciences industries. Its sales solutions include First Source Sales Applications, a field-based software suite that enables manage various aspects of sales force activities; First Source Sales Support, an integrated suite of services supporting customer relationship management and sales force automation activities, which include hardware and asset management, help desk, implementation, and regulatory and operation training services; First Source Sample, a solution suite that unites various software tools with consulting and professional services to meet regulatory compliance requirements; and First Source Compliance, which includes regulatory consulting services, regulatory and compliance training services, and computer systems auditing, validation services, and information technology security services. DII's marketing services support direct marketing initiatives, such as direct mail, peer-to-peer communications, and campaign analysis aimed at healthcare professionals and patients. The marketing services include First Source Integrated Marketing, which focuses on executing marketing campaigns to support launching and defending brands, enhancing sales coverage, and responding to brand-related news; First Source Trial Services, a set of solutions designed to benefit the clinical trial process by initiating studies, identifying potential investigators and patients, providing ongoing support and training to investigators, conducting pre and postmarketing risk assessments, facilitating safety reporting, and providing data analysis of trial and competitive drugs; and First Source Customer Insight, a solution suite that consists of data, technology, and services that turn integrated customer information into knowledge. DII was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Bedminster, New Jersey.


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.


DST Systems, Inc. provides information processing, and computer software services and products in the United States. It operates through four segments: Financial Services, Output Solutions, Customer Management, and Investments and Other. Financial Services segment provides design, management, and transaction processing services for consumer equipment maintenance and debt protection programs. Its software systems include mutual fund shareowner and unit trust recordkeeping systems; a defined-contribution participant recordkeeping system; securities transfer systems; investment management systems; a workflow management and customer contact system; recordkeeping systems to support managed account' investment products; and recordkeeping systems to support consumer risk transfer programs. Output Solutions segment provides single source, integrated print, and electronic communications solutions. It also offers customized and personalized bill and statement processing services, electronic bill payment and presentment solutions, document automation, and computer output archival solutions. Customer Management segment provides customer management, billing, and marketing solutions to the video/broadband, direct broadcast satellite, wire-line and Internet protocol telephony, Internet, and utility markets. Investments and Other segment holds investments in equity securities, certain financial interests, and in its real estate subsidiaries and affiliates. The company offers its products and services to the financial services industry, including mutual funds, investment managers, and corporations; communications industry; video/broadband/satellite TV industry; and other service industries. It distributes services and products in North America, the United Kingdom, Canada, Europe, Australia, South Africa, and Asia-Pacific region. DST Systems is based in Kansas City, Missouri.


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.


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.


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.


Eclipsys Corporation engages in the development and license of software and content to healthcare organizations in North America. Its software enables hospitals to automate its clinical, administrative, and financial functions; enables physicians and nurses to check on a patient's condition, order patient tests, review test results, monitor a patient's medications, and provide alerts to changes in a patient's condition; and enables hospitals to admit patients, maintain patient records, create invoices for billing patients or insurance companies, control inventories, effect cost accounting, and schedule doctor's visits. Its content, which is integrated with its software, provides guidelines on treatment methodologies for use by physicians, nurses, and other clinicians. Eclipsys also provides other services, such as software and hardware maintenance, remote hosting, network services, training, and consulting. Its products include Sunrise Clinical Manager a patient record system; Sunrise Access Manager, which enables healthcare providers to identify the patient within a hospital and to collect and maintain patient information; Sunrise Patient Financial Manager, which is used for patient-accounting processes; and Sunrise Decision Support Manager, which creates a clinical and financial data repository. It also offers Sunrise Discovery, which provides clinical data using data-extraction techniques; Sunrise Record Manager provides clinical data management, and document and image-management functions; and eLink, which provides tools to enable the integration of data from a customer's existing systems. In addition, Eclipsys sells desktop, network, and platform solutions, including hardware, middleware, and related services. The company offers implementation, integration, and product support services; and facilities management, network outsourcing, and transition management services. Eclipsys was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida.


Edgewater Technology, Inc. operates as an information technology management consulting company in the United States. Its services include business intelligence/business activity monitoring/corporate performance management, customer service, data services, enterprise architecture services, program/project management, and supply chain management. The company offers its services to various industries, including consumer packaged goods/manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, higher education, insurance, life sciences, retail, and travel/entertainment. Edgewater Technology, Inc. has a strategic partnership with Everypath, Inc. to deliver mobility solutions across specific vertical industries with a focus on the life sciences area. The company also has a strategic partnership with SeaTab Software to offer business integration solutions that enable the integration of enterprise-wide data for analysis. Edgewater Technology was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in Wakefield, Massachusetts.


Electronic Data Systems Corporation (EDS) provides information technology and business process outsourcing services worldwide. It offers infrastructure services, such as hosting, workplace, storage services and mobile information protection, security and privacy, and communications services; applications services that helps organizations plan, develop, integrate, and manage custom applications, packaged software, and industry-specific solutions; and business process outsourcing services, which include enterprise shared services, fiscal agent services, decision support services, integrated pharmacy services, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act compliance services, immunization registry and tracking services, and case management services, as well as fraud, waste, and abuse protection services. The company, through its A.T. Kearney subsidiary, provides clients with supply management, maintenance, repair and operations management, and executive search services. EDS serves manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, communications, energy, transportation, and consumer and retail industries, as well as the governments. EDS has strategic alliances with Cisco Systems, Dell, EMC, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, Siebel Systems, Sun Microsystems, and Xerox. EDS is headquartered in Plano, Texas.


Electronics for Imaging, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the design and marketing of digital imaging and print management solutions. Its technologies offer document management tools production workflow, print management information software solutions, output management solutions, print servers and controllers, and enterprise and mobile printing solutions. The company's products include stand-alone servers, which are connected to digital copiers and other peripheral devices; and controllers and chip designs, which are embedded in digital copiers, desktop color laser printers, and multifunction devices. It offers design-licensed solutions to printer and copier manufacturers and software to the printing industry. The company's software products and services help customers to automate their print processes and streamline workflow. Its products support a range of printers, copiers, and multifunctional devices. The company sells its products primarily to original equipment manufacturers, major distribution partners, and directly to print shops in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Japan. Electronics for Imaging was founded by Efi Arazi in 1988 and is headquartered in Foster City, California.


Echelon Corporation engages in the development, marketing, and support of hardware and software products and services that enable original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and systems integrators to design and implement open, interoperable, distributed control networks. It offers transceivers, concentrator products, control modules, routers, adapters, IP connectivity products, network interfaces, development tools, and software tools and toolkits. The company markets its products and services to OEMs and systems integrators in the building, industrial, transportation, utility/home, and other automation markets. Echelon sells its products primarily through a direct sales force in North America and other countries, as well as through distributors in Europe, Japan, and various Asia Pacific countries. It has strategic alliances with Cypress Semiconductor; Toshiba; Enel Distribuzione S.p.A.; and STMicroelectronics S.r.L. The company was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


Elron Electronic Industries, Ltd. (EEIL), a holding company, primarily engages in the development, marketing, and provision of revenue assurance software products, network management system, Internet Protocol solution products, and professional services for telecom customers in Israel. Its products include Revenue Assurance Process Control (RAP) and Switch-to-Bill Reconciliation Tool (ESSB). RAP identifies revenue leaks in order to provide telecommunication companies with automatic and systematic tools to monitor its processes. The ESSB collects various formats of unbilled and incorrect data records from various sources, such as switches, billing, mediation, and signaling systems; and analyzes the discrepancies and fixes them by adding the relevant information. The company also provides maintenance and support packages to its customers. In addition, EEIL provides minimally invasive temperature-based therapies for the treatment of benign and malignant diseases; and connectivity solutions for the broadband access market for aircraft. The company was founded in 1961 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.


Enterra Energy Trust, through its subsidiaries, operates as an oil and gas income trust in Canada. The company's properties include Clair, Provost-Alliance-Wainwright, Brooks, Sylvan Lake, Ricinus-Ferrier, and Lochend properties in Alberta, as well as Desan property in the province of British Columbia. Its also has interest in Grant, Lincoln, and Logan Counties in Oklahoma; and Powder River Basin of Wyoming and Southern Montana, as well as Saskatchewan. As of December 31, 2006, the company's estimated proved and probable reserves were 4,135 thousand barrels of light and medium crude oil, 1,380 thousand barrels of heavy oil, 1,013 thousand barrels of natural gas liquids, and 46,139 million cubic feet of natural gas. It also had interest in approximately 1611 gross producing and non-producing oil and gas wells. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.


Bottomline Technologies (de), Inc. provides software products and services for financial process solutions. Its products enable businesses and financial institutions to make and collect payments, send and receive invoices, and conduct electronic banking. The company offers payment systems capable of producing various domestic and international payment instructions along with consolidated bank reporting of cash activity, including automated clearing house, financial electronic data interchange, fed wire transfer, and BACS and BACSTEL-IP, as well as SWIFT messaging and paper checks in most currencies. It offers Web-based invoice processing systems for businesses; In View A/P, a payer side solution that electronically aggregates, formats, and transfers invoice data into customers' accounting systems; and Legal eXchange, a legal bill receipt service that automates the receipt, reconciliation, review, approval, and management of legal invoices. The company also provides Createform, an electronic document solution that manages, distributes, and archives business documents, such as invoices, checks, statements, purchase orders, and other transactional documents. Its electronic banking solutions allow financial service providers to deploy Internet-based services, as well as support various cash management functions, including balance and transaction reporting, lockbox reporting, controlled disbursements, positive pay, check imaging, stop payments, and electronic funds transfer instructions. In addition, the company provides professional services; consumable products for laser check printing, including magnetic ink character recognition toner and blank-paper check stock; and printers and printer-related equipment. Bottomline serves customers in various industries, such as financial services, insurance, health care, technology, communications, education, media, manufacturing, and government. The company was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.


Epicor Software Corporation engages in the design, development, marketing, and support of enterprise software solutions for use by midsized companies, as well as the divisions and subsidiaries of corporations worldwide. Its solutions are designed to enable companies to focus on their customers, suppliers, partners, and employees, through enterprise-wide management of resources and information. The company offers solutions in the areas of manufacturing, distribution, services, hospitality and entertainment, supply chain management, supplier relationship management, and customer relationship management. In addition, Epicor provides consulting services to customers in the implementation and integration of its software products, as well as education, training, and other consulting and programming services. The company sells its products to manufacturing, distribution, hospitality, and service organizations; computer/Internet software, healthcare, and government entities; educational institutions; and other users through a direct sales force, as well as through an indirect channel, including a network of value added resellers, distributors, and authorized consultants. As of April 4, 2005, Epicor served 20,000 customers in approximately 140 countries. The company was founded in 1984. It was formerly known as Platinum Holdings Corporation and changed its name to Platinum Software Corporation in 1992. Further, Epicor changed its name to Epicor Software Corporation in 1999. The company is headquartered in Irvine, California.


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.


Electronic Arts, Inc. engages in the development, publishing, and distribution of interactive software games that are playable by consumers on in-home video game players, personal computers, mobile video game players, and the Internet, worldwide. It publishes products in various categories, such as sports, action, strategy, simulations, role playing, and adventure. The company develops games internally, and also engages third-parties to develop games on its behalf at its development and production studios located near San Francisco, Los Angeles, Orlando, Chicago, Vancouver, Montreal, London, and Tokyo. Electronic Arts also teams with other game developers who develop their own interactive software games with the company's assistance, which it then publishes, markets, and distributes. Further, the company distributes interactive software games that are developed by other companies. Its products, designed to play on consoles and handhelds, are published under license from the manufacturers. Electronic Arts offers free games on its Web site under four brands: Pogo, EA GAMES, EA SPORTS, and EA SPORTS BIG. The company was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.


FactSet Research Systems, Inc. supplies economic and financial data and analytics to the investment community worldwide. The company's applications provide users access to company analysis, multicompany comparisons, industry analysis, company screening, portfolio analysis, predictive risk measurements, alpha and backtesting, portfolio optimization, and real-time news and quotes. It combines approximately 200 databases, including content regarding various companies and securities from markets worldwide into a single online platform of information and analytics. FactSet Research Systems' wide area network provides a direct link between the client's local network, data content, and applications on the company's mainframes. The company also provides the tools to download, combine, and manipulate financial data for investment analysis. Its customers include analysts, investment banks, and other investment professionals primarily in the United States, Europe, and Asia Pacific. FactSet Research Systems was founded in 1978 by Howard E. Wille and is headquartered in Norwalk, Connecticut.


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.


Fundtech, Ltd. provides global electronic payment, settlement, and cash management solutions to financial institutions primarily in the United States and Europe. The company's cash management solutions enable small, mid, and large-tier financial institutions to deliver cash management services through the Internet and other delivery channels. Its payment solutions automate the funds transfer, including foreign exchange, compliance, settlement, and customer notification process. Fundtech also develops, implements, maintains, and operates systems for the automated processing and transport of data in the finance industry. The company also provides interbank gateway services. Its products include system solutions for interbank applications, as well as integration modules for host connections. The company has strategic alliances with Aurum Technology, BEA Systems, Compaq, EDS Japan, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, and Surecomp. Fundtech was co-founded by Reuven Ben Menachem and was incorporated as Fundtrust Technologies Limited in 1993. Subsequently, it changed its name to Fundtech, Ltd. in 1994. The company is based in Ramat-Gan, Israel.


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.


Gemplus International S.A. provides technology products and services for secure wireless communications and transactions. The company designs, develops, manufactures, and markets microprocessor solutions and nonchip-based products. The company operates in three segments: Telecommunications, Financial Services, and Identity and Security. The Telecommunications segment offers wireless products, such as subscriber identification modules, related software and services, and prepaid phone cards for fixed telephony operators. The Financial Services segment offers products to the financial services sector to facilitate secure transactions. Its chip card products and services are used by financial, retail, and other businesses to provide various services and to manage customer relationships. The Identity and Security segment's products and services are used by private and public entities to provide secure access to restricted facilities and computer networks through the use of chip cards, software, and related products and services. It also delivers chip card-based identity solutions to national and local governments for identification processes among their residents by using chip cards for various identity applications, including in the areas of border control, drivers' licenses, vehicle registration, and health care. In addition, it offers contactless electronic passport technology for biometric authentication at national border controls. The company sells its products through its direct sales force, local distributors, and agents. Gemplus has operations in Europe, North America, South America, and Asia. The company was co-founded by Marc Lassus and Daniel Le Gal in 1988. The company is headquartered in Luxembourg.


CGI Group, Inc. provides information technology (IT) and business process outsourcing services worldwide. Its IT services include management of IT and business processes on an outsourced basis, as well as systems integration and consulting. The company's business process outsourcing services include business processing for the financial services sector, as well as payroll services, document management services, and finance and administration services. These services also include facilities management, such as data centers, call centers, network, and desktop services; application maintenance and support; and development and integration of new projects and applications. The company offers its IT services in various sectors, including financial services, manufacturing, retail and distribution, government, and healthcare, as well as telecommunications and utilities. As of September 30, 2005, it operated approximately 100 offices. CGI Group was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in Montreal, Canada.


Gerber Scientific, Inc. provides automated manufacturing systems for sign making and specialty graphics, apparel and flexible materials, and ophthalmic lens processing. The company operates in three segments: Sign Making and Specialty Graphics; Apparel and Flexible Materials; and Ophthalmic Lens Processing. The Sign Making and Specialty Graphics segment manufactures computer-controlled production systems, software, and aftermarket supplies. Its products and services include digital imaging systems, which include thermal and ink jet systems; software to design signs and graphics, and to run imaging and cutting equipment; cutting systems; and customer training, service, and other support. The Apparel and Flexible Materials segment manufactures computer-controlled production systems and software for product design, marker-making, spreading, labeling, cutting, and handling of flexible materials, such as fabrics and composites. The Apparel and Flexible Materials serves apparel, aerospace, automotive, furniture, and other industries. The Ophthalmic Lens Processing segment manufactures computer-controlled production systems and aftermarket supplies for ophthalmic industry. The segment provides computer integrated optical lens processing systems. Its product offerings include the components required to process a prescription, including computerized prescription entry, lens blocking and surfacing, lens fining and polishing, lens cleaning and scratch-resistant coating, lens edging, and lens inspection equipment. Gerber Scientific distributes its products worldwide through independent agents, direct distributors, and service networks. The company was founded in 1945 and is headquartered in South Windsor, Connecticut.


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.


Emdeon Corporation provides business, technology, and information solutions that transform the financial and clinical aspects of healthcare delivery. It operates in four segments: Emdeon Business Services, Emdeon Practice Services, WebMD Health, and Porex. The Emdeon Business Services segment provides healthcare reimbursement cycle management services and transaction-related administrative services. It transmits transactions electronically between healthcare payers and providers, and provides transaction processing technology; consulting services and outsourcing services; and print-and-mail services for distribution of checks, remittance advice, and explanation of benefits. This segment also provides decision support and data warehousing software solutions, and related maintenance services. The Emdeon Practice Services segment offers information technology systems and services that enable physician offices to automate their scheduling, billing, and administrative tasks to transmit transactions electronically; to maintain electronic medical records; and to automate documentation of patient encounters. The WebMD Health segment provides health information services through online portals and specialized publications. Its public and private online portals provide access to news and articles, searchable information, and interactive services. This segment also publishes medical reference textbooks; healthcare provider directories; and WebMD the Magazine, a consumer magazine. The Porex segment offers porous plastic products and components used in healthcare, industrial, and consumer applications. The company offers its products and services in the United States and internationally. Emdeon was incorporated in 1995. It was formerly known as Healtheon Corporation and changed its name to Healtheon/WebMD Corporation in 1999. Later, the company changed its name to WebMD Corporation in 2000 and to Emdeon Corporation in 2005. Emdeon is headquartered in Elmwood Park, New Jersey.


HMS Holdings Corp. furnishes cost containment, revenue recovery, cost reporting, and business office outsourcing services to healthcare providers and payors. The company operates through its two wholly owned subsidiaries, Health Management Systems, Inc. (Health Management Systems) and Accordis, Inc. (Accordis). Health Management Systems works on behalf of government healthcare programs to contain costs by recovering expenditures. Its customers include state and county Medicaid programs, their managed care plans, child support enforcement agencies, state prescription drug programs, and other public programs. Accordis offers business office outsourcing services, including identifying third-party resources, submitting bills to third-party payors and patients, recovering and accounting for the amounts due, responding to customer service questions from patients, and securing cost-based reimbursement from entitlement programs. It provides these services to hospitals, emergency medical transport agencies, and other healthcare providers. The company was founded in 1974 and is headquartered in New York City.


Halifax Corporation provides enterprise maintenance services and solutions to commercial and governmental clients in the United States. Its principal services include hardware maintenance services, and technology deployment and integration services. Its service offerings include enterprise maintenance services, life cycle management of client desktop environment and equipment, moves and changes, and personnel with security clearances to support governmental agencies. Its technology deployment and integration services provide the organization with the infrastructure to deploy, integrate, and manage technology environment. The company offers seat management service that encompasses the management, operation, and maintenance of an organization's desktops, servers, communications, printers, peripherals, and associated network infrastructure and components. The company offers its products and services through its direct sales force and through partnership alliances with certain global services providers, original equipment manufacturers, and system integrators. Its customers include enterprises, including businesses, global service providers, governmental agencies, and other organizations. Halifax Corporation was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia.


Hyperion Solutions Corporation provides business performance management (BPM) software for various corporations worldwide. Its solutions enable customers to collect, organize, and analyze data from various transaction systems, such as accounting, billings, bookings, supply chain, sales force automation, and call centers. The company's products include financial and operational applications, and a business intelligence (BI) platform. Hyperion Solutions offers Hyperion Planning, a Web-architected application, which helps coordinate and manage various elements of the planning, forecasting, and budgeting cycle; Hyperion Strategic Finance, a financial modeling application that provides corporate development, finance, and treasury executives analysis of alternative strategies; Hyperion Financial Management that delivers financial consolidation, reporting, and analysis in a single solution. The company also provides Hyperion Performance Suite, which uses a services-oriented architecture to deliver Web-based query, analysis, and reporting off of databases; Interactive Dashboards to monitor performance and make smarter decisions by relying on measurable data and metrics; Hyperion Essbase that delivers services to access and integrate data and metadata from a range of sources, perform analytical processing, and deploy business performance applications; Hyperion Master Data Management Server, an architecture for synchronizing BPM master data across multiple enterprise systems; and Hyperion Hub, a centralized metadata manager. Hyperion Solutions' BI platform offers historical analysis, statistical predictions, and forecast information. The company sells its products in North America and Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific through direct sales force, original equipment manufacturers, resellers, and independent distributors. Hyperion Solutions is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.


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.


Insightful Corporation provides scalable data and text analysis solutions for the enterprises. The company supplies of software and services for the statistical analysis, data mining and knowledge access industry segments. Its product family delivers solutions for exploratory data analysis and statistical modeling, enabling analysts and researchers to perform insightful analyses, create graphics, and make business decisions. The company's S-PLUS 7 software offers technical professionals, a platform for data analysis and visualization. Its InFact 3.0 provides the suite of search and reporting functions for solving problems relating to information overload and unstructured data mining. The company's Insightful Miner a scalable data analysis workbench for predictive modeling, data mining, and statistical data analysis. It has a drag-and-drop interface to create self-documenting visual work maps, which provides data miners, business analysts, and data analysis professionals with a suite of scalable components for data access, management and modeling, and its pipeline architecture enables the user to process data sets. It also provides consulting and training services, including assistance in developing statistical models, or data or text analysis techniques, as well as deployment assistance, project management, integration with existing customer applications, and related services. The company's customers primarily include companies in financial services, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, telecommunications, and manufacturing industries, as well as government and research institutions. Insightful Corporation was incorporated in 1984 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.


iGate Corporation provides information technology and offshore outsourcing services to large and medium-sized organizations. The company operates through two segments, iGate Solutions and iGate Professional Services. The iGATE Solutions segment offers outsourcing of information technology (IT) and business process outsourcing services (BPO). Its IT services include enterprise data management and data warehousing; business intelligence and analytics; design, development, system integration, and package evaluation and implementation; and re-engineering and maintenance; and BPO services, such as contact center services and transaction processing services. The iGate Professional Services segment provides various client-managed and supervised IT staffing services. These service offerings include design, development, and maintenance of custom applications, as well as implementation, integration, and support of enterprise packaged applications, such as ERP and CRM software. In addition, the company, through its subsidiaries, offers recruiting and placement services for outside customers; and contracts with pharmaceutical companies to conduct clinical trials. The company operates in the United States, India, Canada, Europe, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, China, and Australia. The company was founded by Sunil Wadhwani and Ashok Trivedi. iGate was incorporated in 1996. It was formerly known as iGate Capital Corporation and Mastech Corporation. iGate Corporation is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Indus International, Inc. engages in the development, licensing, implementation, support, and hosting of service delivery management (SDM) solutions. These software solutions enable clients to manage their customers, assets, workforce, spare parts inventory, tools, and documentation. The company's SDM software products comprise customer suite, asset suite, and service suite. The customer suite encompasses call center, customer information tracking, billing, and accounts receivable functions. The asset suite includes asset and work management systems, materials and procurement systems, supply chain, eProcurement systems, and safety and compliance systems. Its other complementary components include mobile computing, enterprise asset integration tools, search capabilities, data warehousing products, and integration to enterprise resource planning products for financial and human resources functions. The service suite enables customers to dispatch resources with required tools, information, and parts. It comprises various applications, such as WorkCenter, WorkManager, WorkMobile, WorkExecutive, and WorkOptimizer. The company's service offerings include implementation programs, strategic consulting, e-Learning and training solutions, three-tiered maintenance and support plans, and hosting and outsourcing services. Indus International serves customers in various industries, such as utilities, manufacturing, chemical, oil and gas, pulp and paper, telecommunications, government, education, transportation, and consumer packaged goods. The company sells its products and services in Americas; Europe, Middle East, and Africa; and Asia-Pacific through direct sales representatives and strategic partnerships. It has strategic relationships with NextAxiom Technology, Inc.; Business Objects, Inc.; and Oracle Corporation. Indus International is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


ILOG S.A. engages in the development, marketing, sale, and support of software components for business rule management systems, resource optimization, and visual interfaces. Its products are C, C++, and Java software components, which are sold in binary form. The company's optimization products consist of ILOG CPLEX, ILOG Solver, ILOG OPL Studio, and ILOG ODF. ILOG CPLEX is used in supply chain planning, telecommunication network design, and transportation logistics. ILOG Solver solves various business problems, such as short term scheduling. ILOG OPL Studio combines its linear and constraint-based optimization methods into a single modeling language. This framework includes an online model library, database connectivity tools, debugging tools, and an automatic code generator within a graphical environment. ILOG ODF, an optimization developer framework, is an add-on to mySAP advanced planner and optimizer supply chain solution. ILOG's visualization software components, which include ILOG JViews, ILOG JTGO, and ILOG Gantt for .NET, provide data visualization and graphical environment for structured two-dimensional graphics. The company markets and distributes its products in France, the United States, China, Germany, Japan, Singapore, Spain, and the United Kingdom, through its direct sales force, system integrators, value added resellers, independent software vendors, and original equipment manufacturers. Its customer base include banking and financial institutions, enterprise resource planning vendors, airlines, ports and airports, manufacturers, equipment makers, and network operators. ILOG was founded in 1987 by Pierre Haren, Marc Fourrier, and Jérôme Chaillouxand. The company is headquartered in Gentilly, France.


Imation Corp. engages in the development, manufacture, marketing, and distribution of magnetic and optical removable data storage products to information technology systems users worldwide. Its products primarily include magnetic tape cartridges, magnetic diskettes, recordable optical disks, and universal serial bus removable flash drives. The company's removable storage media products are used in conjunction with hardware devices, including tape libraries; floppy disk and optical disc drives; certain consumer electronic devices; and desktop and laptop computers developed and sold by other companies. Imation's data storage media products are used in various application areas, such as enterprise data centers; the network server environment at the midrange and entry-level; and personal storage applications for consumer electronics devices, and desktop or laptop computers. It offers its products primarily through distributors, value-added resellers, original equipment manufacturers, and retailers to business and individual consumers primarily in the United States, Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Canada. Imation is headquartered in Oakdale, Minnesota.


Intermec, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, integration, sale, resell, and service of wired and wireless automated identification and data collection (AIDC), mobile computing, bar code printers, label media, and radio frequency identification (RFID) products in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. It offers bar code scanning products, which include wireless handheld computers and terminals, linear and area imagers incorporating active pixel technology, and badge and laser scanners; and manufactures rugged handheld computers for use in warehouses and industrial environments. The company also offers enterprise wireless network technology and services, such as wireless local area network systems; device management software that allows centralized management of its wireless products on the network; and wireless AIDC products, including radio technologies, such as synthesized UHF, 900 MHz, 802.11a/b/g, and Bluetooth. Its mobile computing products include handheld and vehicle-mounted mobile computers, and accessories and related services that facilitate local-area and wide-area wireless and wired data communications; AIDC devices; specialized peripherals; and printer products. The company's printer and label media products include a line of bar code printers; and pressure-sensitive bar code labels and thermal transfer ribbons, as well as specialized labels. Its RFID products consist of RFID tags, readers, software, and related equipment. Further, the company provides customer support, professional, and installation services. It serves manufacturing, warehousing, direct store delivery, retail, consumer packaged goods, field service, government, and transportation and logistics markets. The company was founded in 1997. It was formerly known as UNOVA, Inc. and changed its name to Intermec, Inc. in 2006. Intermec is headquartered in Everett, Washington.


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.


Inforte Corp. operates as a customer strategy and solutions consultancy company. It provides customer management, which includes customer strategy, customer relationship management, customer segmentation approaches, customer differentiation programs, and marketing management solutions; business intelligence and analytics solutions, including analytics, business process management, business activity monitoring, reporting, data architecture and decision enablement; and operational strategy solutions, including pricing and product development strategy and tactics, customer message management, and branding. The company also provides operational strategy, process design, program management, organizational change, and technology delivery services to various organizations in the business services, consumer products, hospitality and travel services, insurance, life sciences, media and entertainment, mortgage and specialty banking, and the public sector industries worldwide. Inforte was formed in 1993 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.


Infosys Technologies Limited provides consulting and information technology services primarily in North America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region. Its solutions include custom application development, maintenance and production support, software re-engineering, package evaluation and implementation, and information technology consulting. The company also provides testing services, operations and business process consulting, engineering services, business process management, systems integration, and infrastructure management services. In addition, Infosys Technologies provides software products to the banking industry and business process management services. It also provides business process management services, such as offsite customer relationship management, finance and accounting, and administration, and sales order processing. Infosys Technologies was co-founded by N. R. Narayana Murthy, Nandan M. Nilekani, S. Gopalakrishnan, K. Dinesh, and S. D. Shibulal in 1981. It was formerly known as Infosys Consultants Private Limited and changed its name to Infosys Technologies Private Limited in April 1992, and further to Infosys Technologies Limited in June 1992. The company is headquartered in Bangalore, India.


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.


Intuit, Inc. provides business and financial management solutions for small business, consumer and professional tax, and accountants in the United States, Canada, and Internationally. It offers QuickBooks-Related products include QuickBooks accounting and business management software for small businesses, as well as the products and services that can be added on to QuickBooks. These include financial supplies, QuickBooks Payroll, merchant services, and technical support. The company's Intuit-Branded Small Business products include outsourced payroll and solutions designed to meet the needs of businesses in the property management, wholesale durable goods distribution, and construction industries. The Tax portfolio consists of two segments, Consumer Tax and Professional Tax. Consumer Tax includes TurboTax consumer tax products and services. Professional Tax includes Lacerte and ProSeries professional tax products and services. Its other portfolio includes Quicken personal finance products and services. Intuit markets its products and services directly to its customers through its Web sites, call centers, and direct sales force, as well as through office supply superstores, warehouse clubs, consumer electronics retailers, food and drug retailers, catalogers, and general mass merchandisers. The company was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Mountain View, 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.


Interactive Systems Worldwide, Inc. provides interactive, client/server-based computer system SportXction' for purposes of wagering on sporting events. Its SportXction system enables users to wager at fixed prices in sporting events, such as soccer, football, baseball, basketball, golf, tennis, rugby, cricket, and snooker. This system also allows wagering using various currencies and languages. The company offers its services through the Internet, mobile phones, and betting shops. In addition, it offers a nongambling version of its SportXction system, which allows users to predict the outcome of events during a sporting event. The company primarily has operations in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Europe. Interactive Systems Worldwide was founded by Barry Mindes in 1992. The company is headquartered in West Paterson, New Jersey.


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.


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.


ImageWare Systems, Inc. (IWSI) provides stand alone, networked, and Web-based software solutions for secure credentials, biometrics, law enforcement, and professional photography by utilizing its digital imaging technology. Its identification products manage and issue secure credentials, including national IDs, passports, driver licenses, smart cards, and access control credentials. The company's biometric products include a multibiometric identity management solution for enrolling, managing, and identifying people by the physical characteristics of the human body. IWSI develops, sells, and supports various identity management capabilities for identification and verification purposes. Its law enforcement solutions enable agencies to capture, archive, search, retrieve, and share digital images and criminal history records on a stand alone, networked, wireless or Web-based platform. It also provides integrated fingerprint and palmprint biometric management for civil and law enforcement use. The company's digital imaging product line consists of a suite of software for the professional photography market. The software provides professional photographers with a workflow solution, which enables them to digitally capture and manipulate images, create a custom package or layout, and store the images with an associated database. IWSI also operates an e-commerce service, IWS, used by professional photographers, labs, and minilabs to allow their customers to order reprints and various specialty items. It sells its products through its direct sales force and indirect distribution channels, including systems integrators in the United States, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, and the Philippines. The company, formerly known as ImageWare Software, Inc., was founded in 1987. IWSI is headquartered in San Diego, 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.


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.


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.


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.


LanOptics, Ltd., through its subsidiary, E.Z. Chip Technologies, Ltd., engages in the development and marketing of network processors for networking equipment. Its products include NP-1, a single-chip, full-duplex, 10-Gigabit, seven-layer network processor that provides fully programmable packet classification, modification, forwarding, and queuing/policing at network speed; NP-1c, an improved version of the NP-1, which uses a 0.11-micron chip manufacturing process; and QX-1, a 10-Gigabit traffic manager, which complements the NP-1/NP-1c network processors for added traffic management functionality. The company also offers toolkits that assist its customers in creating, verifying, and implementing solutions based on its network processors. It offers its products to network equipment manufacturers in Israel and North America through direct sales force. The company was incorporated in 1989 and is based in Yokneam, Israel.


Lawson Software, Inc. provides business application software, services, and support for healthcare, retail, financial services, education, local/state governments, and professional service industries. The company offers business application software for financials, human resources, procurement, healthcare supply chain, distribution, retail operations, and service process optimization. It also provides enterprise performance management applications and software extension tools, such as user productivity tools, data integration tools, development tools, and system tools. In addition, the company offers consulting, training and implementation services, and ongoing client support and maintenance services. The company sells software and services solutions through direct sales force, strategic alliances with systems integrators, and resellers. The company was founded in 1975 and is based in St. Paul, Minnesota.


Manatron, Inc. engages in the design, development, marketing, installation, and support of a suite of integrated property tax billing and collection, assessment, deed recording, mapping, and eGovernment application software products for county, city, and municipal governments in North America. Its products support the back-office processes for these government agencies and also enable the virtual courthouse by providing Internet access to information or by processing transactions over the Internet, such as the payment of property taxes, for industry professionals and the public. The company also provides mass appraisal services, assessing residential, commercial, and other types of properties. Manatron offers its services to auditors, treasurers, assessors, tax collectors, registers of deeds/recorders, clerks of the court, and other governmental officials. The company was formed in 1969 and is headquartered in Portage, Michigan.


Manhattan Associates, Inc. (MAI) provides technology-based solutions. It offers software, services, and hardware that improve distribution and transportation through the integration of supply chain constituents. Its software solutions comprise warehouse, transportation, trading partner, distributed order, and reverse logistics management. Warehouse management solutions include the performance of processes that take place in the warehouse and distribution center, such as order and order fulfillment process. Transportation management solutions include functionality that allows a company to procure, plan, and execute transportation services. Trading partner management solutions provide synchronization of key processes and their associated information flows across the supply chain. The distributed order management solutions manage the order fulfillment lifecycle across the supply chain. The reverse logistics management solutions manage and automate the returns process, tracking, storing, referencing, and reporting on returned merchandise. Its performance management solutions use analytic tools and alerting processes that allow distribution center managers to monitor events within the supply chain cycle, analyze historical data, and generate reports. MAI's radio frequency identification (RFID) solution provides integration and reporting platform between RFID readers and supply chain execution, and enterprise resource planning systems. It also provides services, such as design, configuration, implementation, product assessments and training services, customer support services, and software enhancement subscriptions. The company serves manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and transporters in the retail, consumer goods, food and grocery, logistics service providers, industrial and wholesale, technology and electronics, life sciences, and government markets. MAI was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


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.


MapInfo Corporation engages in the design, development, marketing, license, and support of location intelligence software and data products, application development tools, and industry-focused solutions. The company's products and services are used for marketing, customer service, risk analysis, network optimization and planning, asset management, site selection, and public safety; and for crime analysis, homeland security-related applications, asset management, network optimization, and planning; and emergency preparedness and response applications. MapInfo offers various professional services, including analytical services, business consulting services, systems integration and custom application development, and training and technical support. It serves various markets, including telecommunications, the public sector, retail, financial services, education, government, healthcare, hotel, insurance, media, real estate, and restaurant. The company markets its solutions through direct sales organization, value-added resellers, systems integrators, distributors, and original equipment manufacturers worldwide. It has strategic alliances with IBM, Siebel Systems, Business Objects, Oracle, MicroStrategy, and Siemens. The company was co-founded by Lazlo Bardos, Andrew Dressel, John Haller, Mike Marvin, and Sean O'Sullivan in 1986 and is headquartered in Troy, New York.


MICROS Systems, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, marketing, and servicing of enterprise information solutions for the hospitality and specialty retail industries worldwide. Its enterprise solutions include hotel information systems consisting of software encompassing property management systems, sales and catering systems, central reservation systems, customer information systems, revenue management systems, an Internet/global distribution system-based hotel reservation service called, and installation and support services associated with the various software products; restaurant information systems comprising hardware and software for point-of-sale (POS) and operational applications, as well as a suite of back office applications that include inventory, labor and financial management, and other centrally hosted enterprise applications; and specialty retail systems consisting of software encompassing POS, loss prevention, business analytics, customer gift cards, and enterprise applications. The company also provides spare parts, media supplies, network products, printers, installation services, operator and manager training, onsite hardware maintenance, customized software development, application software support, credit card software support, systems configuration, network support, help desk, and consulting. In addition, the company offers software hosting capabilities, which allows customers to use the software without investing in hardware and a network. The company distributes its products through subsidiaries, independent dealers/distributors, and company-owned sales and service offices primarily in the United States, Europe, the Pacific Rim, and Latin America. MICROS Systems was incorporated in 1977 as Picos Manufacturing, Inc. and changed its name to MICROS Systems, Inc. in 1978. The company is headquartered in Columbia, Maryland.


Mediware Information Systems, Inc. engages in the development, marketing, licensing, implementation, and support of clinical management information software systems for hospitals. The company operates through three divisions: Medication Management Systems, Blood Bank Systems, and Operating Room Systems. The Medication Management Systems division provides information and management software systems to hospitals, mental health facilities, penal institutions, and other institutions. Its software provides specialized tools for the management of all aspects of pharmaceutical care, including order entry, billing, education, and utilization primarily in the United States and the United Kingdom. The Blood Bank Systems division supplies information and management software systems to blood donor and transfusion centers primarily in the United States. It also provides blood centers with full function tools for blood collection and processing, donor recruitment, testing, and inventory control. The Operating Room Systems division supplies information and management software systems to hospitals for use in the operating room setting primarily in the United States. Its software provides scheduling tools and other important tools needed to capture and document the entire operating room event. The software also offers a database that can assist operating room management personnel with management tools, information, and reports that are needed to identify performance improvement opportunities. The company's systems comprise its proprietary application software, third party licensed software, and third-party computer hardware. It also sells implementation, training, and annual software support services with each software system. Mediware was incorporated in 1970 and is headquartered in Lenexa, Kansas.


Mentor Graphics Corporation provides electronic hardware and software design solutions, providing products, consulting services, and support for electronics and semiconductor companies worldwide. The company develops, manufactures, markets, sells, and supports electronic design automation products and provides related services, which are used by engineers to design, analyze, simulate, model, implement, and verify the components of electronic systems. The company's customers use its products in the design of wire harness systems and semiconductors, such as microprocessors, field programmable gate arrays, printed circuit boards, and memory and application specific integrated circuits. The company's products are used in the design of various set of electronic products, including automotive electronics, video game consoles, telephone-switching systems, cellular handsets, computer network hubs and routers, signal processors, personal computers, video conferencing equipment, 3-D graphics boards, digital audio broadcast radios, smart cards, and products enabled with the Bluetooth short-range wireless radio technology and 802.11 wireless networking technology. The company markets its products and services primarily to companies in the military/aerospace, communications, computer, consumer electronics, semiconductor, networking, multimedia, and transportation industries. Mentor Graphics Corporation was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Wilsonville, Oregon.


Moldflow Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of computer software applications and hardware for the design, engineering, and manufacture of injection-molded plastic parts. Its design analysis solutions include Moldflow Plastics Advisers and Moldflow Plastics Insight products. Moldflow Plastics Advisers consists of two products, Part Adviser, a user friendly application that enables product designers without expertise in designing plastic parts to address key manufacturing concerns in the preliminary design stage; and Mold Adviser, which allow users to create and simulate plastic flow through single cavity, multicavity, and family molds. Moldflow Plastics Insight products are designed to address the material physics aspects of injection molding, such as plastics flow, cooling time, and warpage, as well as specialized injection molding processes, such as reactive molding, gas injection molding, and microchip encapsulation. The company's manufacturing solutions include production management systems, and process optimization and control products, which allow manufacturing professionals to monitor, control, and optimize their manufacturing processes and production equipment. In addition, the company offers customer support and training, consulting, and material testing services. The company sells its products primarily in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Australia through direct sales force, network of manufacturers' representatives, third party value added resellers, and software vendors. Moldflow was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Framingham, Massachusetts.


Magic Software Enterprises, Ltd. engages in the development, marketing, and support of software development, deployment, and integration technologies, as well as business solutions that enable enterprises to build and deploy applications that can be customized and integrated with existing systems. The company offers eDeveloper technology, which enables developers to create and modify applications by filling in forms and tables that define data structures, business rules, and program logic; and iBOLT technology that provides integration and connectivity capabilities, including database interoperability and the capacity to deploy on a range of systems on varied platforms. The company also develops, markets, and supports vertical application software for the long term care industry; CarPro for managing various functions, such as purchasing and selling vehicles, reservations management, leasing and rental arrangements, and fleet control and management; solutions in the areas of infrastructure design and delivery, application development, technology planning, and supplemental staffing; and Hermes, a solution for cargo handling and inventory control. Magic Software also provides a range of consulting and software development project management services. The company markets and supports its products through direct sales force, a network of distributors, and system integrators in the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, Israel, South Africa, India, Japan, and other countries. Magic Software has strategic alliances with SAP AG; IBM; IDS Scheer AG; Pervasive Software; iWay Software; Sabratech, Ltd.; W4; and Enformia Software, Ltd. The company was co-founded by David Assia in 1983 as Magic Software (1983), Ltd. It changed its name to Magic Software Enterprises, Ltd. in 1991. The company is headquartered in Or-Yehuda, Israel. Magic Software Enterprises, Ltd. is a subsidiary of Formula Systems (1985) Ltd.


MIND C.T.I., Ltd. engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of mediation, rating, billing, and customer care software products for wireless, wireline, and other carriers that provide voice, data, and Internet protocol services. Its billing and customer care software, known as MIND-iPhonEX, is used for voice, data, video, and content services in both prepaid and post-paid payment models. It enables communication providers to launch, manage, charge, and bill multiple services. The company also offers two call management systems, PhonEX and MEIPS, used by organizations for call accounting, traffic analysis, and fraud detection. In addition, it provides professional services, primarily to billing and customer care customers. These services include installation, customer support, training and maintenance, customization, and project management, as well as turnkey project implementation services. Its customers include traditional telecommunications service providers, Internet telephony service providers, and Internet service providers. The company offers its products and services through its direct sales force, alliances, distributors, and resellers primarily in the Americas, Asia, Africa, and Europe. MIND C.T.I. was founded by Monica Eisinger in 1995 and is headquartered in Yoqneam, Israel.


Microsoft Corporation provides software products for computing devices worldwide. Its Client segment engages in technical architecture, engineering, and product delivery of Windows product family comprising Windows Vista; Windows XP Professional and Home; Media Center Edition; Tablet PC Edition; and other Windows operating systems. The Server and Tools segment offers integrated server infrastructure and middleware software that support software applications and tools built on the Windows Server operating system. Its products include Windows Server operating system; Microsoft SQL Server; Microsoft Enterprise Services; product support services; Visual Studio; System Center products; Forefront Security products; Biz Talk Server; MSDN; and TechNet. The Online Services Business segment offers personal communications services, such as email and instant messaging, and online information through MSN Search; MapPoint; MSN Internet Access; MSN Premium Web Services; Windows Live; and MSN Mobile Services. The Microsoft Business Division offers Microsoft office product set comprising enterprise content management, collaboration, unified communications, and business intelligence products; and Microsoft Dynamics products that offer business solutions for financial management, customer relationship management, supply chain management, and analytics applications. The Entertainment and Devices Division develops, produces, and markets the Xbox video game system, such as consoles and accessories, third-party games, games published under the Microsoft brand, and Xbox Live operations. It also offers Zune digital music and entertainment device; PC software games; online games; Mediaroom, an Internet protocol television software; and other devices. Further, Microsoft offers online advertising and publishing solutions. It has an alliance with Siemens VDO Automotive AG; and strategic relationship with LogicaCMG plc. Microsoft was founded in 1975 and is headquartered in Redmond, Washington.


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.


NCR Corporation provides technology and services that enable businesses to interact, connect, and relate with their customers worldwide. It operates in seven segments: Data Warehousing, Financial Self Service, Retail Store Automation, Customer Services, Systemedia, Payment and Imaging, and Other. The Data Warehousing segment provides database, data mining, and analytical applications; hardware; and consulting and support services. The Financial Self Service segment provides self service technologies, such as automated teller machines (ATMs), cash dispensers, and software solutions, including the APTRA application suite to financial institutions, retailers, and independent deployers. The Retail Store Automation segment provides point of sale (POS) terminals, self-checkout systems, self-service kiosks, bar-code scanners, software, and services to retailers. The Customer Services segment provides maintenance and support services for NCR's solutions, and various third party companies. It also provides site assessment and preparation, staging and implementation, and complete systems management services. The Systemedia segment produces a line of printer consumables, including paper rolls for ATMs and POS workstations, inkjet and laser printer supplies, thermal transfer ribbons, labels, ink ribbons, laser documents, business forms, and retail office products. Payment and Imaging segment provides solutions for both paper-based and image-based check and item processing. The Other segment resells third party computer hardware, and related professional and installation services. NCR Corp. has a strategic alliance with Pay By Touch Solutions that combines both companies' hardware and software solutions to offer merchants a single point of contact for their merchant and consumer biometric needs. The company was founded in 1884 by John H. Patterson as National Cash Register Company and changed its name to NCR Corporation in 1974. NCR Corp. is headquartered in Dayton, Ohio.


NetManage, Inc. engages in the development and marketing of software and service solutions for accessing, Web enabling, and integrating enterprise information systems worldwide. It provides personal computer, browser-based, and server-based software and tools, which enable users to access their host applications through green-screen terminal emulation on personal computers or within Web browsers; publish information from existing applications in a Web presentation; create new Web-based applications that utilize their existing business processes and applications; and encapsulate existing business processes into reusable components. The company's products include RUMBA, OnWeb Web-to-Host, OnWeb Server, and ViewNow X Server and ViewNow InterDrive NFS. RUMBA connectivity software connects personal computers to IBM mainframe and iSeries systems, and UNIX host systems. OnWeb Web-to-Host is a browser-based product for deployment of host access solutions to any browser supporting ActiveX or Java. OnWeb Server, a server-based solution, enables customers to use their existing enterprise applications, information, and business processes for new presentation methods and integration projects. OnWeb Server is designed to enable application publishing on the Web by mapping one or more human-based transactions or processes to a Web-based presentation. ViewNow X Server and ViewNow InterDrive NFS are connectivity software, which allows PCs to share files with UNIX host systems using network file system, and to access and run X Windows applications on UNIX hosts. The company also offers a range of application and technology adapters for both Java J2EE application servers and Microsoft BizTalk servers. NetManage also provides support, maintenance, and technical consultation services. It sells its products through direct sales personnel and resellers. NetManage was founded in 1990 by Zvi Alon and is headquartered in Cupertino, California.


NDS Group plc provides digital technology and services to digital pay television platform operators and content providers worldwide. Its technologies include conditional access and microprocessor security, broadcast stream management, set-top box middleware, program guides, personal video recorder technologies, and interactive applications to pay-television platform operators and their content providers. The company also provides pay-television solutions to set-top box manufacturers and suppliers. It supports various delivery methods, including satellite, cable, terrestrial, fixed telecom networks, and mobile telecom networks. NDS Group primarily operates in the United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East, the United States, Latin America, and the Asia-Pacific region. The company was incorporated in 1985 and is headquartered in West Drayton, the United Kingdom. NDS Group plc is a subsidiary of News Corporation.


Novell, Inc. provides data center, workgroup, and desktop solutions worldwide. It primarily offers identity management and Web services solutions, and cross-platform solutions on operating systems, such as Linux, NetWare, Windows, and Unix. The company's identity management and Web services products include applications that offer a suite of capabilities, including the secure authentication and authorization services, single sign-on, and portal and Web services application infrastructure. Its Cross-platform solutions include two operating system platforms, NetWare and SUSE LINUX, which offer an enterprise-ready approach to networking and collaboration services, including file, print, messaging, scheduling, and workspace. The company also offers identity-driven, directory-based management module, which allows customers to manage their computing environment from a single, central location. In addition, it offers various services, such as information technology consulting, training, and support services. The company sells its products, services, and solutions directly through sales force and indirectly through resellers and distributors to corporations, government entities, and educational institutions. Novell has strategic alliance with IBM, HP, Dell, Intel, Oracle, SAP, Advanced Micro Devices, Veritas, Computer Associates International, EMC, and Adobe Systems. The company was incorporated in 1983 and is headquartered Waltham, Massachusetts.


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.


NetSol Technologies, Inc. engages in the design, development, marketing, and export of software products to customers in the automobile finance and leasing industry worldwide. It develops LeaseSoft, an integrated lease and finance package, which includes LeaseSoft Electronic Point of Sale; Credit Application Processing System; Contract Management System; and Wholesale Finance System. LeaseSoft Electronic Point of Sale, a Web-based point of sale system, for the use of dealers, brokers, agents, and sales officers to initiate credit applications. Credit Application Processing System enables companies in the financial sector to handle the incoming credit applications from dealers, agents, brokers, and the direct sales force. Contract Management System provides business functionality that enables its users to manage and maintain a contract with details throughout its life cycle. Wholesale Finance System automates and manages the floor plan/bailment activities of dealerships through a finance company. The company's products also comprise InBanking, which is used in treasury, capital markets, and wholesale banking systems markets. NetSol Technologies also offers various professional services, comprising bespoke software development, software analysis and design, testing services, and consultancy in quality engineering and process improvement. Its services also include business process reengineering, business process outsourcing, system reengineering, maintenance and support of existing systems, technical research and development, project management, market research, and project feasibilities. The company has a strategic alliance with Intel Corporation. NetSol Technologies was founded in 1997. It was formerly known as NetSol International, Inc. and changed its name to NetSol Technologies, Inc. in 2002. The company is headquartered in Calabasas, California.


Nuance Communications, Inc. provides speech and imaging solutions for businesses and consumers worldwide. It delivers speech solutions that use the human voice to interact with information systems and devices; and imaging solutions that converts and manages information as moved from paper formats to electronic systems. The company's speech technologies enable voice-activated services over a telephone, transform speech into written word, and permit the control of devices and applications by speaking. The speech solutions are used by automobile, mobile phones, entertainment, consumer electronics, navigation systems, and aftermarket system manufacturers. It offers network speech, embedded speech, and dictation solutions. The company's imaging solutions eliminate the need to manually reproduce documents, automate the integration of documents into business systems, and enable the use of electronic documents and forms within database, Internet, mobile, and other business applications. Nuance Communications markets and distributes its products indirectly through a network of resellers, comprising system integrators, independent software vendors, value-added resellers, hardware vendors, telecommunications carriers, and distributors; and directly to businesses and consumers through direct sales force and e-commerce Web site. It serves healthcare, telecommunications, financial services, legal, and government markets. The company was founded in 1992 as Visioneer, Inc. It changed its name to ScanSoft, Inc. in 1999 and to Nuance Communications, Inc. in October 2005. Nuance Communications is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts.


Omtool, Ltd. provides electronic document delivery and management software. The company's products provide users with a feature set that converts, transmits, receives, and archives documents in electronic formats. Its products include AccuRoute, which enables users to deliver a hardcopy documents from digital scanning and multifunction devices to multiple recipients via multiple channels; Genifax, a multitiered client/server software for automating and integrating fax communication throughout an enterprise; Genidocs that provides multiple options for content and attachment encryption, authentication, audit trail and delivery confirmation, and digital signatures; and Fax Sr., a client/server software solution for automating and integrating fax communication throughout an enterprise. Omtool also resells certain hardware products from third party vendors, including intelligent fax boards and fax modems. In addition, the company provides technical support, installation, training, and consulting services. Omtool offers its products through direct sales force and indirect sales channels, such as resellers, systems integrators, value added distributors, and strategic partners to large and medium sized corporations, business and healthcare organizations, financial institutions, law firms, and government entities primarily in the United States and Europe. The company has strategic alliances with companies such as Xerox, Inc.; Ricoh; Hewlett-Packard Company; Interwoven/iManage; Hummingbird; EMC/Documentum; World Software; and AccuTrac. Omtool was incorporated in 1991 and is headquartered in Salem, New Hampshire.


Optimal Group, Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiaries, operates as a payments and services company in North America and the United Kingdom. The company provides technology and services that businesses require to accept credit card, electronic check, and direct debit payments. It processes credit card, electronic check, and direct debit payments for Internet businesses, mail-order/telephone-order, and retail point-of-sale merchants. In addition, the company offers hardware maintenance and repair outsourcing services to retail, financial services, and other third-party accounts. Optimal Group, formerly known as Optimal Robotics Corp., was formed in 1984 and changed its name to Optimal Group, Inc. in 2004. The company is headquartered in Montreal, Canada. Optimal Group, Inc. acquired a portfolio of merchant processing from United Bank Card, Inc. in May 2005.


OpenTV Corp. provides software, applications, and professional services for interactive television worldwide. It offers technology, content and applications, and services that enable digital television network operators to deliver and manage interactive television services on various digital television platforms, such as cable, satellite, and terrestrial. The company's middleware and integrated technologies provide a common platform for network operators, set-top box and other manufacturers of consumer electronics devices, programmers, content producers, advertisers, and interactive application developers to create, deliver, and manage interactive television applications and content for various digital television environments and network architectures. Its software offerings have been installed primarily in set-top boxes and serves as the gateway for delivering and managing interactive television to viewers. The company's applications enable viewers to play interactive games, as well as to engage in commerce transactions; retrieve information, such as weather reports and sports updates; and engage in other interactive services, including fixed-odds gaming, through their televisions. OpenTV also offers a suite of professional engineering and consulting services. It operates in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa; the United Kingdom, and Italy. The company was formed in 1998 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.


Orbotech, Ltd. engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of production support solutions for specialized applications in the supply chain of the electronics industry worldwide. The company offers automated optical inspection (AOI) products for specialized applications in the manufacture of bare printed circuit boards (PCBs), assembled PCBs, and flat panel displays (FPDs). Its AOI systems use Orbotech's proprietary machine vision, electro-optics, precision mechanics, artificial intelligence and imaging technology to detect, automatically, flaws and defects in products being manufactured or assembled by its customers. The bare PCB product lines consist of PCB-AOI systems, verification and repair stations, imaging products, and computer-aided manufacturing systems for PCB production. The assembled PCB product line consists of AOI solutions for each production stage of assembled PCBs, verification and repair stations, and process control tool solutions. The FPDs are used as display screens in laptop and desktop computers, televisions, digital telephones, car navigation systems, video cameras, and various devices for technical, medical, military, aerospace, and consumer electronics applications. The company also develops and markets automatic check reading products to banks and other check processing organizations. It sells its products through wholly owned subsidiaries in the United States, Europe, the Pacific Rim, and Japan. Orbotech was founded by Shlomo Barak in 1981. The company was formerly known as Optrotech, Ltd. and changed its name to Orbotech, Ltd. in 1992. Orbotech is headquartered in Yavne, Israel.


Oracle Corporation engages in the development, manufacture, marketing, distribution, and servicing of computer software that enables organizations manage their businesses worldwide. It offers database and middleware software, and applications software. Database software and middle ware software is used for developing and deploying applications on the Internet and on corporate Intranets, and includes database management software, application server software, development tools, data hubs, and collaboration software. Applications software is used to automate business processes and to provide business intelligence for financials, projects, marketing, sales, order management, procurement, supply chain, manufacturing, service, and human resources. The company also offers software license updates and product support, and other services, including consulting, advanced product services, and education. The company's consulting services provide the design, implementation, deployment, upgrade, and migration services for its database technology and applications software. Its advanced product services consist of Oracle On Demand and advanced product support services. Its Oracle On Demand offers various services, including hosting, monitoring, administration, up gradation, and maintenance of database, middleware, and applications software. Its advanced product support services assist customers in configuration and performance analysis, personalized support, and annual on-site technical services. In addition, the company provides training to customers and partners. In the United States, the company markets its products and services primarily through its own direct sales and service organization, and internationally through the companies that are members of the Oracle Partner Network. The company was founded by Lawrence J. Ellison in 1977 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.


PDF Solutions, Inc. provides infrastructure technologies and services for integrated circuits. Its solutions comprise proprietary manufacturing process simulation software, yield and performance modeling software, design-for-manufacturability software, test chips, a proprietary electrical wafer test system, yield and performance enhancement methodologies, yield management systems, and professional services. The company sells its technologies and services to semiconductor companies, including integrated device manufacturers, fabless semiconductor companies, and foundries through direct sales team in the United States, as well as through semiconductor sales and distribution companies in Japan, Taiwan, China, and Korea. PDF Solutions was founded by John K. Kibarian and Kimon Michaels. The company was incorporated in 1992 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


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.


Perot Systems Corporation provides information technology services and business solutions worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Industry Solutions, Government Services, and Technology Services. The Industry Solutions segment primarily offers technology infrastructure management, applications, business process, consulting, and program management services. This segment principally offers its services to the healthcare industry consisting of provider, payer, healthcare supply chain, and research-based pharmaceutical and contract research companies; and commercial industry comprising financial services, travel and transportation, engineering and construction, and manufacturing companies. The Government Services segment provides consulting, engineering support, and technology-based business process solutions for the department of defense, the department of homeland security, various federal intelligence agencies, and other governmental agencies. Its services include the direct support of engineering, safety, quality assurance, logistics, environmental, and program management. This segment also provides infrastructure support to the federal government through management consulting services, information technology and system support, application design and development, government financial services, and business process outsourcing, as well as outreach, media, and communications services. The Technology Services segment specializes in application development and management, including the development and maintenance of custom and packaged application software for customers; and application systems migration and testing, which includes migrating applications from legacy environments to technologies. Perot Systems was co-founded by Ross Perot in 1988. The company is headquartered in Plano, Texas.


ProxyMed, Inc., doing business as MedAvant Healthcare Solutions, operates as an electronic healthcare transaction processing services company in the United States. MedAvant operates Phoenix, a secure processing platform, which supports direct connectivity and transaction processing in real-time between providers, payers, chain and independent pharmacies, and clinical laboratories. The company operates in two segments, Transaction Services and Laboratory Communication Solutions. The Transaction Services segment includes transaction, cost containment, and other services principally between physicians and insurance companies, and physicians and pharmacies. Its transactions and services include electronic data interchange claims submission and reporting, insurance eligibility verification, claims status inquiries, referral management, electronic remittance advice, patient statement processing, and encounters, as well as cost containment transaction services, including claims repricing and bill renegotiation. The Laboratory Communication Solutions segment sells, leases, and services communication devices to laboratories. Its products and services are provided from various operational facilities located in the United States. ProxyMed was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


Packeteer, Inc. provides wide area network application traffic management systems to enterprise customers and service providers. Its application traffic management system consists of a family of appliances, including PacketSeeker, PacketShaper, PacketShaper Xpress, PolicyCenter, and ReportCenter. PacketSeeker offers application monitoring that involves automatic identification and classification of traffic through Layer 7 to enable organizations to analyze application performance and network utilization. PacketShaper provides application-based traffic and bandwidth management for applications running over wide area network and the Internet. PacketShaper Xpress offers application traffic acceleration by the use of company's Web acceleration and content compression technology. PolicyCenter is a lightweight directory access protocol and directory-enabled application that enables customers to centrally administer and update policies, software versions, and device status for Packeteer-based networks. ReportCenter is designed to aggregate metrics from large deployments and create organization-wide reports to manage trends and provide support for capacity planning and usage analysis. The company also offers Mentat SkyX products that provide protocol acceleration over satellite and long-haul networks. Packeteer sells its products worldwide through direct sales force, resellers, distributors, and system integrators. The company has strategic alliances with Avaya, Citrix Systems, Equant, Hewlett-Packard, InfoVista, NTT Communications, and Polycom. Packeteer was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California.


Parametric Technology Corporation engages in the development, marketing, and support of product lifecycle management (PLM) and enterprise content management (ECM) software solutions and related services worldwide. The PLM consists of the mechanical computer-aided design, manufacturing and engineering, and the collaboration and data management solutions, as well as product data management, component and supplier management, visualization and digital mockup, enterprise application integration, program and project management, after market service and portfolio management, requirements management, customer needs management, manufacturing planning, and technical and marketing publications. The ECM offers technologies for business process management, compliance management, document management, dynamic publishing, document archival and retrieval, knowledge management, records management, and Web content management. It also offers maintenance services, and consulting and training services. The company serves life sciences, publishing, government, and financial services markets. It products are sold through direct sales force, third-party distributors, and Internet, as well as through indirect distribution channel, such as through alliances with resellers. Parametric Technology Corp. has a partnership with HIS, Inc. to deliver electronic components content to users of PTC Windchill. The company was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Needham, Massachusetts.


Pinnacle Data Systems, Inc. (PDSi) provides products and technical services to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the medical, telecommunications, defense, imaging, and computer equipment industries. It offers computer and related product development and manufacturing services. PDSi's products include intelligent network products, which are designed to facilitate the convergence of PSTN and IP networks; application specific systems, designed to facilitate specific medical and enterprise computing applications; custom design engagements include design and development of custom hardware products for specific OEM programs; and product lifecycle management that provide complete products lifecycle support. The company's services include depot repair, which offer testing, diagnostics, and board and system-level depot repair service; field support services, which include contact center support, advanced exchange and on-site service; and supply chain management services, including warranty administration, inventory management, vendor/freight management, and electronic tracking systems. PDSi was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio.


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.


Progress Software Corporation engages in the development, marketing, and distribution of software and services for the development, deployment, integration, and management of business applications deployed in a distributed, Web-based or client/server environment. Its products include development tools, databases, application servers, messaging servers, application management tools, data connectivity products, and integration products for distributed and Web-based applications, as well as for client/server applications. The company also provides consulting, education, and technical support services. It develops, markets, and distributes its products to finance, manufacturing, distribution, retail, government, healthcare, and telecommunications companies through direct sales force and independent distributors. The company was co founded by Joseph W. Alsop in 1981 and is headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts.


Phoenix Technologies, Ltd. engages in the development, deployment, and support of core system software (CSS), tools, and applications worldwide. Its CSS is used to enable, activate, protect, connect, and recover personal computers (PC), industrial computers, point of sale computers, printers, copiers, medical devices, automotive controls, gaming systems, and other X86 based digital consumer devices. It offers Phoenix TrustedCore that provides security and manageability; FirstBIOS Product Family that provides extensibility for a range of core platform utilities and applications, faster boot times, and a ROM-based security framework for authentication; Phoenix Recover 2004 Manufacturing, to store a factory image on devices; and Phoenix Recover Pro 2004 Manufacturing to recover and protect data and applications. The company also provides Phoenix Recover Pro 2004 to recover and protect data and applications and to restore the PC; FirstWare Vault to store virtual CDs in the FirstWare protected area; Phoenix FirstWare Assistant to provide access to Microsoft Outlook personal information management data and functions; FirstWare ImageCast to assist manufacturers and others involved in deploying computers in the product suites; Phoenix cME Console to provide an operating environment independent of the user's operating system; and Phoenix TrustConnector that provides device identity and authentication for windows environments. In addition, the company provides support services, such as training, maintenance, and engineering services. It provides its products primarily to platform and peripheral manufacturers that range from large branded PC and information products original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and original design manufacturers, to system integrators and value-added resellers. Phoenix Technologies was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Milpitas, California.


Pervasive Software, Inc. engages in the design, development, and marketing of data infrastructure software worldwide. Its software products enable its customers to manage, integrate, analyze, and secure their data. The company offers a line of data infrastructure products, including Pervasive.SQL for client/server, Web, and mobile mission-critical applications deployed on various operating systems; DataExchange, which offers solutions to data movement and synchronization problems; Backup Agent for customers needing weekly or nightly copies and protection of their data; AuditMaster, which monitors and reports activities occurring in a Pervasive.SQL database; and Postgres, which validates and supports distribution of PostgreSQL. Its data and application integration product line includes Data Migration Toolkit that enables to migrate data between legacy and new applications or data stores; Data Integrator, which aggregates and integrates data for processing; Business Integrator for integrating multiple business applications within or across organizations; Data Profiler that reduces the risk and expenses associated with manually checking data; Integration Manager, which provides single-point administration, performance monitoring, and job scheduling of integration processes running on remote integration engines; Oracle Adaptors, which enable the access to heterogeneous data; and Message Store, a data collection framework allowing companies to receive, integrate, store, audit, and retrieve data sent in message formats. The company also offers and Data Migrator, Data Integrator, and Business Integrator Embedded solutions. It sells its products primarily to small to mid-size enterprises through a channel of independent software vendors, value-added resellers, and systems integrators. Pervasive Software was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.


QAD, Inc. provides enterprise resource planning (ERP) software applications for manufacturing and distribution companies in the automotive, consumer products, electronics, food and beverage, industrial, and medical industries worldwide. Its ERP applications offer functionality for managing manufacturing resources and operations within and beyond the enterprise, enabling manufacturers to collaborate with their customers, suppliers, and partners to make and deliver its products. The company provides enterprise application suite MFG/PRO and related QAD applications at two levels, the enterprise level and the extended enterprise level. Additionally, it offers an integration framework, known as QXtend, which enables interaction among QAD applications and other enterprise applications. The company also provides strategic consulting; business solution design and implementation; and technical, support, and learning services. QAD offers its services directly and indirectly through distributors and sales agents. The company has alliances with Progress Software Corporation, Cognos, Adexa, ILOG, Sterling Commerce, Vertex, and Oracle. QAD was founded by Pamela M. Lopker in 1979. The company is headquartered in Summerland, 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.


Quality Systems, Inc. and its subsidiary NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, Inc. engage in the development and marketing of healthcare information systems that automate medical and dental group practices, community health centers, physician hospital organizations, management service organizations, and dental schools. Its software systems include general patient information, appointment scheduling, billing, insurance claims submission and processing, managed care plan implementation and referral management, treatment outcome studies, treatment planning, drug formularies, electronic patient records, dental charting, and letter generation. In addition, the company offers its clients hardware and software maintenance and support services, system training services, and electronic claims submission services. Quality Systems was founded in 1974 and is headquartered in Irvine, California.


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.


RADCOM, Ltd. engages in the design, manufacture, marketing, and support of network test and quality management solutions for service providers, developers, and enterprises worldwide. The company specializes in performance measurement and voice quality management systems for voice over Internet protocol and cellular converged networks, as well as in a line of high quality, integrated, multitechnology WAN/LAN/ATM test solutions. Its primary product lines comprise the Performer series of performance analyzers, including monitoring solutions for the cellular networks; the Omni-Q voice quality management solution; and the Prism series of multitechnology analyzers. The company's products include GEAR, a proprietary silicon chip for testing high speed links in full line rate and online; and a Private Network to Network Interface (PNNI) simulation product, which is a software application used to test ATM switches running the PNNI protocol. RADCOM's products are used in the development and manufacturing of network equipment, the installation of networks, and the ongoing maintenance of operational networks to facilitate fault management, performance monitoring and analysis, troubleshooting, and premediation. The company sells its products through independent manufacturer's representatives and a network of distributors. Its customers include data communications and telecommunications equipment developers and manufacturers, labs of telecommunication service providers, public telecommunications service providers, and large network owners. RADCOM was co-founded by Yehuda Zisapel and Zohar Zisapel. The company was incorporated in 1985 and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.


Radware, Ltd. engages in the development, manufacture, and sale of intelligent application switching solutions worldwide. The company's application switching solutions enable its customers to manage their network infrastructure, bypass systems failures, and scale their network infrastructure to accommodate increasing Internet protocol traffic. It provides nine types of products: Web Server Directory, FireProof, Cache Server Directory, LinkProof, LinkProof Branch, DefensePro, Peer Director, Content Inspection Director, and CertainT Transaction Accelerator. The Web Server Director product provides availability, redundancy, security, and operation of servers. The FireProof product provides availability, redundancy, and operation of security tools across the network. The LinkProof product manages Internet traffic for networks, commonly referred to as multihomed networks. The DefensePro product protects against worms, viruses, malicious intrusions, and denial of service attacks. The certainT Transaction Accelerator product performs HTTP compression and multi gigabit speed transactions. The Content Inspection Director product provides fault tolerant and anti-virus scanning and content filtering. The Peer Director product controls, manages, and optimizes Internet routing. The company markets and sells its products through an indirect sales channel that include distributors located in North America, Europe, and Asia. Its customers include banks, insurance companies, manufacturing and retail, government agencies, media companies, and service providers. The company also offers its products to e-commerce businesses, such as e-commerce Web sites, publishing Web sites, and portals. Radware was co-founded by yehuda Zisapel and Zohar Zisapel in 1996. The company is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.


Renaissance Learning, Inc. provides learning information systems software and school improvement programs to prekindergarten through senior high schools in the United States. Its software products include Accelerated Reader, STAR Reading, STAR Early Literacy, Fluent Reader, Accelerated Vocabulary, Read Now, Math Renaissance/ Accelerated Math, STAR Math, MathFacts in a Flash, Accelerated Writer, Accelerated Grammar and Spelling, StandardsMaster, English in a Flash, AccelScan, and Customized Assessment Products, as well as Educator Resource Products, such as videotapes, handbooks, lesson books, math learning cards, workbooks, and motivational items. The company also offers a line of professional services to its customers, including support plans, professional development programs, Web-based training, consulting and evaluation services, mentor coaching, and technical services. Renaissance Learning markets its educational products and services to teachers, school librarians, principals, entire schools, and school district personnel, as well as internationally through its subsidiaries in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. In addition, the company provides software installation, application hosting, and database conversion and integration services. Renaissance Learning was co-founded in 1986 by Judith Ames Paul and Terrance D. Paul. The company is headquartered in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin.


RadiSys Corporation engages in the development, production, and marketing of computer system products for embedded computer applications in the manufacturing automation, medical, transportation, telecommunications, and test equipment marketplaces. It designs and manufactures a range of products at various levels of integration, including turn-key systems for the service provider, commercial, and enterprise systems markets; embedded subsystems and functional platforms using ATCA, COM Express, CompactPCI, PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) 2.16 packet switching backplane, and customer-specific proprietary platforms; compute, input/output, inter-networking, and packet processing blades; and software, middleware, and microcode, including embedded operating systems, basic input output system, service availability forum-hardware platform interface, and intelligent platform management interface, as well as various protocol stacks, such as signaling, management, and data plan protocols. RadiSys sells its through direct sales, distributors, and sales representatives in North America, Europe, Israel, and the Asia Pacific. The company was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in Hillsboro, Oregon.


Retalix, Ltd. engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of integrated enterprise-wide, open software solutions for the retail food and fuel industries. The company's portfolio of software solutions includes in-store solutions, enterprise solutions, warehouse management solutions, and application service provider (ASP) and supplier solutions. The in-store solutions support various types of customer service points, provide in-store operational and management tools for POS, front-office and back-office operations, and allow mobile applications that enable in-store personnel to carry out back-office tasks using mobile computing devices. The enterprise solutions centralize operation and management of enterprise-wide and back-office activities, such as product and price management, promotions, merchandising, and reporting and analysis. These enterprise solutions also provide customer management tools and loyalty card-based marketing techniques. The warehouse management solutions provide warehouse management, automated procurement, merchandising, order management, invoice reconciliation, and yard and dock management. The ASP and supplier solutions offer solutions that provide retailers and their suppliers with the ability to exchange data and collaborate electronically on supply chain and merchandising decisions. In addition, Retalix offers project management, implementation, application training, and technical services, as well as development services, ongoing support, and product maintenance services. The company offers its software solutions to supermarkets, convenience stores, restaurants, fuel stations, and independent grocers through direct sales, distributors, and dealers. As of April 1, 2005, it installed its products in approximately 33,000 stores in 50 countries worldwide. The company was formed in 1982. It was formerly known as Point of Sale, Ltd. and changed its name to Retalix, Ltd. in 2000. Retalix is headquartered in Raanana, Israel.


Reuters Group plc provides information for professionals in the financial services, media, and corporate markets. It offers information, transaction and interaction, risk management, and business integration products and services. The company provides the content, analytics, trading, and collaboration tools needed by financial professionals and news in the form of text, graphics, video, and pictures to media organizations worldwide. Its subsidiary, Instinet Group Incorporated, operates as an electronic agency securities broker; and provides investors with electronic trading solutions and execution services. Reuters Group has operations in the Americas; Asia; and Europe, Middle East, and Africa. The company was founded in 1851 and is headquartered in London.


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.


SAP AG engages in the development, marketing, sale, and support of enterprise application software products for corporations, governmental agencies, and educational institutions worldwide. Its mySAP Business Suite enables companies to manage value chain across business networks. mySAP Business Suite solutions also manage company's information technology infrastructure and can be deployed on various computer hardware types and software operating systems. The company's mySAP Customer Relationship Management solution provides support for sales, marketing, channel management, interaction center, and service management. Its mySAP enterprise resource planning solution enables organizations to run their business functions, including analytics, human resources, financials, operations, corporate services, and planning. The company's mySAP Product Lifecycle Management offers product, project, and portfolio management; research and development; life-cycle data management; and corporate services. Its mySAP Supply Chain Management solution provides supply chain planning, execution, collaboration, and coordination enabling organizations and their partners to view inventory levels, orders, supplier and customer allocations, forecasts, production plans, and key performance indicators. In addition, SAP provides consulting, custom development, education, hosting, and support services. The company was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Walldorf, Germany.


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.


Satyam Computer Services Limited operates as a consulting and information technology (IT) services company. Its range of solutions include software development, business intelligence and data warehousing, consulting and enterprise solutions, embedded systems, engineering solutions, enterprise resources planning applications solutions, geographic information system solutions, enterprise infrastructure solutions, and enterprise storage solutions. The company also provides business process outsourcing; Internet access and hosting; and network and network-enabled services. Satyam Computers offers its services to customers in the manufacturing, banking and financial services, insurance, telecommunications, infrastructure, media and entertainment, semiconductors, healthcare, real estate and construction, retail, and transportation industries. The company operates in 46 countries, including through its development centers located in India, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Hungary, the United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Japan, and Australia. Satyam Computers was founded by B. Ramalinga Raju in 1987. The company is headquartered in Hyderabad, India.


Secure Computing Corporation develops network security solutions that enable organizations to exchange critical information with their customers, partners, and employees. Its product lines include Sidewinder G2 security appliances for application security; SafeWord products that enable organizations to remote access to network resources and verify the identity of remote users; Web filtering products to monitor the Internet use with control over outbound Web access; and embedded firewall, which offers a security solution to manage access control inside the corporate perimeter firewall. The company also offers life cycle of support and services, such as solution planning, implementation and integration, and support services. Secure Computing sells its products to organizations in banking, financial services, healthcare, telecommunications, manufacturing, public utilities, and federal and local governments. The company was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


The investment seeks daily investment results, before fees and expenses, which correspond to the inverse of the daily performance of the S&P 500 index. The fund normally invests 80% of assets to financial instruments with economic characteristics that should be inverse to those of the index. It may employ leveraged investment techniques in seeking its investment objective. It is nondiversified.


SafeNet, Inc. engages in the development, marketing, sale, and support of a portfolio of hardware and software information security products and services that protect and secure digital identities, communications, and applications over wide area networks and virtual private networks. The company's products and services are used to create secure wide area networks, including asynchronous transfer mode; Frame, Link, and Synchronous Optical Networks; virtual private networks over the Internet; wireless networks, including 802.11, security management, intrusion prevention, software anti-piracy, and revenue protection; and identity management to prevent security breaches that result in unauthorized access to confidential data and invasion of privacy and financial loss. Its information security solutions allows its customers to lower the cost of deploying and managing secure and reliable private networks; and enables the use of the Internet and wireless networks for secure business communications and transactions with their customers, suppliers, and employees. The company sells its security solutions to the U.S. government, financial institution, and other security-sensitive commercial customers; and its network security products, including silicon chips, accelerator cards, licensed intellectual property, and software products to original equipment manufacturers. SafeNet was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Belcamp, Maryland.


Smith Micro Software, Inc. and its subsidiaries engage in the development and marketing of wireless communication software products and services. It manufactures, markets, and sells wireless connectivity products to the original equipment manufacturers market, primarily wireless service providers and mobile phone manufacturers, as well as to consumer. The company offers software products primarily for Windows XP, Windows 2000, WindowsME, Windows 98, Windows CE, pocket PC, Mac, Palm, and Unix and Linux operating systems. Its products include QuickLink Mobile, which turns data capable wireless phones into wireless modems; QuickLink Mobile Phonebook that enables users to be able to edit wireless phonebooks on a PC computer and copy, email, or PIM databases to the phone; and FAXstf X and FAXstf X Pro, which enables users to exchange faxes and data files with remote modems, fax/modems, and fax machines on the Mac OS X operating environment. The company's products also comprise HotFax MessageCenter and HotFax, an integrated voice, fax, and data communication software program that enables users to receive voice mail and exchange faxes and data files with remote modems, fax/modems, and fax machines; WebDNA that provides the tools necessary to develop a Web site or an e-business site supporting Windows, Mac, Unix, and Linux; and CheckIt Utilities, which provides end-users the hardware information they need to evaluate, fine-tune, and manage their systems. Smith Micro Software also sells eBusiness and utility software and professional consulting services related to eBusiness applications. The company was co-founded by William W. Smith. Smith Micro Software was incorporated in 1983 and is headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California.


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.


Synopsys, Inc. provides electronic design automation (EDA) software for semiconductor design in the United States and internationally. It offers semiconductor design and verification software platforms and integrated circuit (IC) manufacturing software products to electronics markets. The company's IC design solutions primarily include IC Compiler, Design Compiler, Physical Compiler, PrimeTime, and Star-RCXT. It also offers discovery verification platform products and solutions, which primarily include VCS, Vera, NanoSim, and Verification IP. In addition, the company develops and markets design for manufacturing, and analog and mixed-signal IC design and verification products and initiatives, which primarily include Technology-CAD products, Proteus OPC/InPhase optical proximity correction products, SiVL, and Virtual Stepper. Further, it offers a portfolio of IP products and components that primarily include DesignWare Foundation Library and DesignWare Verification Library. Additionally, the company provides consulting services. Synopsys was co-founded by Aart J. de Geus in 1986. The company is headquartered in Mountain View, California.


Sonic Foundry, Inc. engages in the development and provision of automated rich media applications and scalable solutions that enable media owners to deploy, manage, index, and distribute video content on Internet-based networks primarily in the United States. Its solutions are based on technologies that enhance media communications through the use of its rich media' that combines graphics, text, video, audio, and metadata in a single data file. The company's principal product includes the family of Mediasite' presentation recording systems for live or on-demand viewing over the Internet; intranet; or recording to physical media, such as compact disks, digital versatile discs, or flash. Its related products and services include server software applications and customer support, installation, training, and content hosting services. The company's Mediasite solution family includes Mediasite rich media recorders, Mediasite rich media servers, Mediasite rich media enabling services, and SmartServe services. The Mediasite solution addresses a range of communications, including executive briefings, product marketing, sales presentations, public safety/emergency management, community outreach, online lectures, and distance learning. The company sells its products through its sales force, resellers, system integrators, consultants, and distributors. Sonic Foundry was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin.


Sonus Networks, Inc. supplies packet voice infrastructure solutions for wireline and wireless service providers. The company's products include switching equipment and software that enable voice services to be delivered over packet-based networks. It offers a suite of voice infrastructure solutions that include the GSX9000 open services switch, which enables voice traffic to be transported over packet networks; and the Insignus Softswitch, which offers network intelligence in next-generation networks, including call control, signaling, core network routing, and a management foundation. The company also provides the Sonus Insight Management System, which includes the Element Management System, the DataStream Integrator, the Subscriber Management System, the Network Traffic Manager, and the Sonus Insight Developer's Kit, that together offer configuration, provisioning, security, alarm reporting, performance data, and billing mediation capabilities. It serves various communications service providers, including long distance carriers, local exchange carriers, Internet service providers, wireless operators, cable operators, international telephone companies, and carriers that provide services to other carriers. Sonus Networks was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.


Sapiens International Corporation N.V., through its subsidiaries, provides information technology (IT) solutions for the insurance industry. It primarily offers INSIGHT, a suite of modular business software solutions for the general, including property and casualty; and life insurance markets. The company's products include provides INSIGHT for Property & Casualty, a general insurance policy administration solution for brokers and agents; INSIGHT for Life & Pension, a life and pensions solution that serves companies administering life insurance, pension funds, health insurance, and saving plans; INSIGHT for Underwriting, an underwriting solution for life, health, and disability insurance; and INSIGHT for Reinsurance, a solution for carriers and reinsurers in the management of various types of reinsurance for the general and life insurance markets. Sapiens also offers INSIGHT for Claims, a solution that manages the information flow of claim handling in an insurance provider's organization; and INSIGHT for Closed Books solution for life insurance companies and pension funds. In addition, it provides outsourcing services; and IT services in various areas, including project management and technical assistance. The company markets its solutions primarily to corporate clients and government entities, such as insurance companies, banks, and other companies offering financial services, as well as manufacturing and transportation sectors. It sells products primarily through a direct sales force and relationships with system integrators, as well as through distributors in North America; Asia Pacific; and Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Sapiens has partnership agreements with IBM Corporation and Electronic Data Systems Corporation. The company was founded in 1982 and is based in Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles.


SPSS, Inc. provides predictive analytics technology and services for research analysts and business users worldwide. The company offers software tools that enable customers to access and prepare data for analysis; develop and deploy predictive models; and generate reports and graphs to present the results, as well as provides primary statistical tools, which are used by research analysts working in various commercial, governmental, and academic organizations. It offers data mining family of products, including Clementine data mining workbench, which provides analytical capabilities for various data mining applications in desktop and distributed computing environments; LexiQuest analysis tools for text mining; and AnswerTree for decision tree analysis. In addition, SPSS offers business intelligence family of products, including strategy product line, that supports information access, data warehousing, data management, on line analytical processing (OLAP), and other analytical applications for the IBM eServer iSeries computer market; and OLAP Hub for viewing data stored in the Microsoft analysis services within the SQL server database. The company also provides consulting and customization services to assist in new implementations or configure existing applications to vertical industry and customer requirements. SPSS sells its products through telesales organization and field sales force to financial services, telecommunications, market research, government, and education industries in the United States, Europe, India, and Pacific Rim. The company was founded by Norman H. Nie in 1968 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.


Sybase, Inc. provides enterprise and mobile software solutions for information management, development, and integration. Its solutions integrate platforms, databases, and applications; and extend those applications to mobile workers through mobile and Wi-Fi technologies. The company operates in three segments: Infrastructure Platform Group, iAnywhere Solutions, Inc., and Financial Fusion, Inc. Infrastructure Platform Group focuses on information management with its database servers for mission-critical transactions, data warehousing, and business analytics. Its products provide information delivery solutions, which include replication, data movement, and data and message integration. iAnywhere Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of Sybase, provides mobile and embedded databases, mobile management and security, and mobile middleware. Financial Fusion, Inc. provides banking, payment, cash management, and trade messaging solutions to approximately 200 financial institutions. Its solutions enable banks to provide account access and payment initiation on behalf of their consumer, small business, and corporate clients. The company serves commerce, communications, finance, government, defense, manufacturing, transportation, and healthcare sectors in North America and worldwide. Its products and services are licensed through its direct sales organization; and indirect sales channels, including value added resellers, systems integrators, original equipment manufacturers, and international distributors and resellers. The company was founded by Mark Hoffman and Bob Epstein in 1984 and is headquartered in Dublin, California.


Sykes Enterprises, Incorporated and its subsidiaries provide outsourced customer contact management solutions and services worldwide. It offers its services through multiple communications channels, including phone, email, Web, and chat. The company also provides various enterprise support services, including client's internal support operations, technical staffing services, and outsourced corporate help desk services. In addition, the company provides fulfillment services, including multilingual sales order processing via the Internet and phone, inventory control, product delivery, and product returns handling. Sykes offers its services to communications, technology/consumer, financial services, healthcare, transportation, and leisure industries. The company was founded by John H. Sykes in 1977 and is headquartered in Tampa, Florida.


Synplicity, Inc. engages in the development and licensing of software products that are used in the design and verification of semiconductors. The company's products enable the design and verification of semiconductors that are used in networking and communications, computer and peripheral, consumer, automotive, military/aerospace, and other electronics systems. Its products include Synplify and Synplify Pro, which are field programmable gate array (FPGA) logic synthesis products; HDL Analyst that provides graphical representation and design analysis; Certify, a product for verification of application specific integrated circuits (ASIC) by synthesizing multi FPGA prototypes; Amplify Physical Optimizer product for FPGAs; and Synplify ASIC, an ASIC synthesis product. In addition, Synplicity's products consist of Fortify family of power grid design solutions; Identify, a product that assists in debugging hardware directly in the register transfer level source code; Amplify ASIC Physical Optimizer, a physical synthesis product for ASICs; and Amplify RapidChip Physical Optimizer, a physical synthesis product for LSI Logic's Platform ASIC, as well as Synplify DSP product, a solution for implementing DSP designs in FPGAs. It markets and sells products in North America, Europe, and Asia. The company has strategic relationships with Actel Corporation, Altera Corporation, Lattice Semiconductor Corporation, QuickLogic Corporation, and Xilinx, Inc. Synplicity was incorporated in 1994 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


Syntel, Inc. provides information technology (IT) services serving financial, manufacturing, healthcare, transportation, retail, and information/communication industries worldwide. It operates in four segments: Applications Outsourcing, e-Business, TeamSourcing, and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). The Applications Outsourcing segment provides outsourcing services for ongoing management, development, and maintenance of customers' business applications. The e-Business segment provides development and implementation services for Web development, data warehousing, e-commerce, customer relationship management (CRM), and enterprise applications integration (EAI). Web solutions involve services in the areas of Web architecture, Web-enabling legacy applications, and the creation of Web portals. CRM involves customizing and implementing CRM software packages. Data warehousing involves gathering and analyzing business data to make decisions through data mining. EAI involves consulting and applications outsourcing services designed to integrate front office and back-office applications. The TeamSourcing segment provides professional IT consulting services to customers on a staff augmentation basis. Its services include systems specification, design, development, implementation, and maintenance of IT applications involving computer hardware, software, data, and networking technologies and practices. The BPO segment provides outsourced solutions for a client's business processes in the areas of financial services, healthcare, and insurance. In the area of financial services, it focuses on the middle and back-office business processes of the transaction cycle. Its healthcare BPO services comprise aspects associated with revenue cycle management, including claim appeals, provider enrollment assistance, payment posting, and coding. Its insurance BPO services include claims processing and policy administration. Syntel was founded in 1980 and is headquartered in Troy, Michigan.


TALX Corporation provides automated employment and income verification, tax management services, and other outsourced employee self-service applications. Its services use Web access, interactive voice response, fax, document imaging, and other technologies to enable mortgage lenders, pre-employment screeners, credit issuers, social service agencies, and other authorized users to obtain payroll and human resources information; and enables employees and their managers to review and modify information in payroll and human resources management information systems. In addition, the company provides unemployment insurance claims processing, unemployment tax planning and management services, and employment-related tax credit and incentive services to employers. TALX Corporation serves customers in various industries, including financial services, telecommunications services, retail, consumer products, health care, temporary services, and government. It has strategic alliances with Hewitt Associates LLC, Ceridian Corporation, ExcellerateHRO, ACS, Convergys Corporation, Checkpoint HR, Comdata, and Money Network. The company is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri.


3D Systems Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, marketing and servicing of 3-D printing, prototyping, and manufacturing systems and related products and materials. Its products enable three-dimensional objects to be produced directly from computer data. Its proprietary systems are used to produce physical objects from digital data using commonly available computer-aided design, software, and related computer utilities. The company's Stereolithography systems convert proprietary engineered materials and composites into solid cross-sections, layer by layer, until the desired fully fused objects are complete. Its InVision 3-D Printers offer finished surfaces, plug-and-play installation, and point-and-print functionality. In addition, it blends, markets, sells, and distributes consumable, engineered plastic, and metal materials and composites under several proprietary brand names for use in all of its systems. 3D Systems operates in the United States, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region. The company was founded by Charles W. Hull in 1986. 3D Systems Corporation is headquartered in Valencia, California.


TechTeam Global, Inc. provides information technology (IT) and business process outsourcing support services. Its services include helpdesk and infrastructure support services for its clients, their end-users, and other constituencies; government technology services, such as IT outsourcing services, IT consulting and systems integration, technical staffing, and learning services to various departments of the United States Government; and IT consulting and systems integration services, such as IT infrastructure design, development, technology deployment, and implementation services from project planning and implementation to full-scale network, server and workstation installations, and maintenance. The company also provides on-site technical support services, including helpdesk technicians, software developers, and network support technicians; custom training and documentation solutions that include a range of offerings, such as computer-based training, distance learning, course catalogs, registration, instructional design consultants, course materials, certified trainers, evaluation options, and deskside tutorials, and custom reports. TechTeam Global offers its services to Fortune 1000 companies, multinational companies, product providers, small and midsize companies, and government entities. The company was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Southfield, Michigan.


THQ, Inc. engages in the development and publishing of interactive entertainment software for the hardware platforms in the video game market. It offers a portfolio of titles playable on the platforms, such as home video game consoles, handheld platforms, and personal computers. The company's titles span entertainment software genres, including action, adventure, children's, driving, fighting, puzzle, role-playing, simulation, sports, and strategy. THQ produces products internally based on original and licensed content, as well as contracts with third-party developers to develop products. In addition, THQ provides games, ringtones, wallpapers, and other content for wireless devices. It distributes games directly to mass merchandisers, consumer electronic stores, discount warehouses, and retail chain stores in North America, as well as through its sales network to retail shelves in approximately 75 countries worldwide. The company was incorporated in 1989 under the name Trinity Acquisition Corporation and changed its name to THQ, Inc. in 1990. THQ is based in Calabasas Hills, 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.


Track Data Corporation operates as a financial services company. It provides financial market data, fundamental research, charting, and analytical services to institutional and individual investors through telecommunication lines and Internet. The company also disseminates news and third-party database information. It owns Track Data Securities Corp., a registered securities broker-dealer and a member of the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. The company provides a proprietary Internet-based online trading and market data system, proTrack, for the institutional traders; and myTrack and TrackTrade for the individual trader. The trading features offered by proTrack are point and click equities, and options trading; direct access to market makers and ECNs; hot keys; smart order routing; reserve book; modification of existing orders; multiple order types; and various market data and news. myTrack and TrackTrade offer trading of U.S.-based stocks, options, and mutual funds, as well as stock index-based futures. The company also operates Track ECN, an electronic communications network that enables traders to display and match limit orders for stocks. In addition, it engages in arbitrage trading. Track Data Corporation was founded in 1981 and is based in Brooklyn, New York.


TradeStation Group, Inc., through its subsidiaries, operates as an online brokerage firm. It offers TradeStation, an electronic trading platform, which enables customers to design, test, and monitor their own custom trading strategies and then automate them with direct-access order execution. This platform also offers streaming equities, options, futures, and forex market data; manual or automated direct-access execution of equities, options, and futures trades; and manual execution of forex trades through a third-party platform. The company also offers various subscription services, including strategy trading software tools that generate buy and sell alerts based upon the subscriber's programmed strategies, charts and quotes, news, and other features included in the TradeStation electronic trading platform. The company offers its products and services to institutional, professional, and individual traders. TradeStation Group, Inc. has strategic relationships with Bear, Stearns Securities Corp.; R.J. O'Brien & Associates, Inc.; and R.J. O'Brien Foreign Exchange, Inc. The company was co-founded by William R. Cruz and Ralph L. Cruz in 1982. TradeStation Group is headquartered in Plantation, Florida.


Technology Solutions Company provides a range of information technology (IT) /business consulting services in the United States. Its services include IT strategy, planning, and process transformation; enterprise application services; customer relationship management; business technology; extended support; compliance; and process adaptation and training; and SAP packaged services. The company offers its services primarily to clients in manufacturing, healthcare, consumer and retail, and financial services industries. Technology Solutions Company was founded in 1988 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.


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.


Total System Services, Inc. (TSYS), through its subsidiaries, provides electronic payment processing and related services to financial and nonfinancial institutions in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Honduras, Puerto Rico, and Europe. Its services include processing retail, commercial, government services, stored value, and debit cards, as well as student loans. TSYS also offers merchant services in Japan; other products and services, including risk management tools and techniques, such as credit evaluation, fraud detection and prevention, and behavior analysis tools; and revenue development tools and customer retention programs, such as loyalty programs and bonus rewards. The company, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Vital Processing Services, provides technology-based commerce-enabling services, which include authorizing and capturing electronic payments at the point-of-sale, and clearing and settling merchant transactions; merchant terminal management; and information services to acquirers and their merchants for processing credit, debit, and other card transactions. Through online accounting and electronic payment processing systems, TSYS provides electronic payment processing and other related services to card issuing institutions. The company is headquartered in Columbus, Georgia. Total System Services, Inc. operates as a majority owned subsidiary of Synovus Financial Corp., as of December 31, 2004.


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.


Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (TTIS) engages in publishing, developing, and distributing interactive entertainment software, hardware, and accessories. The company publishes interactive software games for personal computers, video game consoles, and handheld platforms. It also publishes games developed internally and by third parties. The company also distributes games for video game consoles and handheld platforms published internally and by third parties, as well as hardware and accessories manufactured by third parties. In addition, TTIS manufactures and markets video game accessories in Europe, North America, and the Asia Pacific region. It sells its software titles to retail outlets in North America and Europe through direct relationships with retail customers and third-party distributors. TTIS was incorporated in 1993 and is headquartered in New York City.


Tyler Technologies, Inc. (TTI) engages in the development and marketing of software products and services to address the information technology (IT) needs of cities, counties, schools, and other local government entities primarily in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom. Its financial and city solutions include modular fund accounting systems, such as modules for general ledger, budget preparation, fixed assets, purchase orders, bid management, accounts payable and receivable, contract and investment management, inventory control, project and grant accounting, work orders, job costing, GASB 34 reporting, payroll, and human resources. TTI also offers products to automate various city functions, such as municipal courts, parking tickets, equipment and project costing, animal and business licenses, permits and inspections, code enforcement, citizen complaint tracking, ambulance billing, fleet maintenance, and cemetery records management. It also provides courts and justice solutions that include a suite of products from the initiation of incidents in computer-aided dispatch/emergency 911 systems through the process of arrest, court appearances, and final disposition to probation. In addition, the company's property appraisal and tax solutions provide systems and software that automate the appraisal and assessment of real and personal property; inquiry and protest tracking; appraisal and tax roll generation; tax statement processing; and electronic state-level reporting. Additionally, its document management systems record and index information for various documents maintained at the courthouse, such as deeds, mortgages, liens, and UCC financing statements. Further, TTI provides IT services, including software and hardware installation, data conversion, training, and product modifications, as well as offers outsourced property appraisal services for taxing jurisdictions. TTI was founded in 1966 and is based in Dallas, Texas.


The TriZetto Group, Inc. engages in the development, licensing, and supporting of proprietary and third party software products for the healthcare industry in the United States. It offers proprietary enterprise administration software, including Facets, QicLink, and Facts; specialized component software, including NetworX products, CareAdvance care management software, HealthWeb suite of Web application software, and Workflow add-on modules; outsourced business services, including software hosting, business process outsourcing, physician credentialing, and information technology outsourcing; and consulting services, such as software implementation and hosting. The TriZetto Group provides access to its hosted solutions either through the Internet or through traditional networks. The company offers its products and services to health payers, benefits administrators, and physician groups. The TriZetto Group was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Newport Beach, California.


Unisys Corporation provides information technology (IT) services and solutions to businesses and governments worldwide. It operates in two segments, Services and Technology. The Services segment provides various services and solutions, including systems integration and consulting; outsourcing, including the management of a customer's internal information systems and management of specific business processes, such as check processing, insurance claims processing, health claims processing, mortgage administration, and cargo management; and infrastructure services involving the design and support of customers IT infrastructure, including desktops, servers, mobile and wireless systems, and networks. It also offers enterprise-wide security solutions to protect systems, networks, applications, and data, as well as provides core maintenance services. The Technology segment develops servers and related products that operate in various environments. It primarily offers enterprise-class servers based on the Unisys Cellular MultiProcessing architecture, such as the ClearPath Plus family of servers, which integrates proprietary and open platforms; the ES7000 family of servers, which provide enterprise-class attributes on Intel-based servers; operating system software and middleware; and other technologies, such as payment systems, chip testing, and third-party products. It offers its products and services to financial services, public sector, communications, transportation, commercial, and media markets, as well as to sports organizations through direct sales force and distributors. Unisys was founded in 1886 and is based in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania.


VASCO Data Security International, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the design, development, marketing, and support of open standards-based hardware and software security systems that manage and secure access to information assets worldwide. Its identity authentication products enable secure financial transactions to be made over private enterprise networks and public networks, such as the Internet. VASCO's identity authentication software is delivered via its Digipass security products, small calculator hardware devices carried by an end user, or in a software format on mobile phones, other portable devices, and personal computers. The company's security solutions are sold through its direct sales force, as well as through distributors, resellers, and systems integrators. The company operates in the United States, Belgium, Australia, Singapore, and Shanghai. VASCO Data Security International was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois. VASCO Data Security International, Inc. acquired A.O.S. Hagenuk B.V. in February 2005.


Vitria Technology, Inc. provides business process integration software and services for corporations in healthcare, telecommunications, finance, manufacturing, and other markets. It offers the Vitria:BusinessWare business process integration software platform together with packaged applications and content. These applications and content enable solving the industry-specific business problems, such as healthcare claims lifecycle management, straight-through processing in capital markets, and order management for telecommunications and manufacturing. The Vitria:BusinessWare integration platform uses graphically modeled business process logic for orchestrating complex interactions between dissimilar software applications, Web services, individuals, and trading partners over corporate networks and the Internet. In addition, the company provides consulting services in the areas of project planning, architecture design, implementation, operational management, and performance management, as well as maintenance and training services. It offers its products and services through its direct sales organization, complemented by system integrators and other strategic partners. Vitria's customers are located in North America, Europe, Asia, and South America. It has strategic relationships with Accenture, BearingPoint, Cap Gemini, Deloitte Consulting, BEA, Crystal Decisions, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, ILOG, Microsoft, Sybase, Octetstring, Oracle, PeopleSoft, Portal Software, Siebel Systems, and Sun Microsystems. The company was co-founded by Dale Skeen and JoMei Chang in 1994. Vitria Technology is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


Verso Technologies, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of converged packet-based solutions to communication service providers. The company operates through two segments, Packet-based Technologies and Advanced Applications Services. The Packet-based Technologies segment develops softswitch and software-based converged packet solutions that use voice over Internet protocol and other protocols for various applications, such as satellite transmission. This segment offers hardware-based solutions for companies seeking to build private, packet-based voice and data networks, and software-based solutions for Internet access and usage management. In addition, it offers customer premise gateway technology, as well as prepaid and post-paid billing and provisioning. The Advanced Applications Services segment provides outsourced technical application services, and application installation and training services, including help desk support, product support, in-sourcing, on-site deployment services, hardware and software training, and project management services. The company markets its products and services through systems integrators and distributors worldwide. Verso Technologies is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


Versant Corporation engages in the design, development, marketing, and support of object database management, data access, and data integration software systems in the United States. Its data management product offerings include Versant Developer Suite (VDS), an object database management system used in real-time applications; FastObjects, an embedded application object data base; and Versant Open Access (VOA), a software product family that provides business application developers an object storage tool. The company also offers various services, including consulting, training, and technical support services to assist users in developing and deploying applications based on VDS, FastObjects, and VOA. Versant markets and sells its products through a direct sales force, value added resellers, distributors, and systems integrators. Its products and solutions are used primarily by enterprises, such as technology providers, telecommunications carriers, government defense agencies and defense contractors, healthcare companies, and companies in the financial services and transportation industries. Versant was incorporated in 1988 under the name Object Sciences Corporation and subsequently changed its name to Versant Corporation. The company is headquartered in Fremont, California.


Viewpoint Corporation operates as an Internet marketing technology company. Its Viewpoint Platform technology provides visual experiences on the Web and on the desktop. This platform is used in online, offline, and embedded applications serving media online advertising, marketing campaigns, product presentations, and business process visualizations. The company also offers the Unicast Online Advertising Suite, an ad deployment and management system, and the Viewpoint Toolbar, a toolbar search product using the Viewpoint Platform. Its advertising suite enables publishers, advertisers, and their agencies to manage the process of deploying online advertising campaigns. Viewpoint Toolbar attaches to the Internet Explorer browser, enabling Web surfers to conduct Internet search without leaving the Web page they are viewing. The company's clients include major corporations in various industries, such as software and electronics. Viewpoint Corporation is headquartered in New York City.


webMethods, Inc. (WMI) provides business integration software worldwide. It offers webMethods Fabric, a business integration product suite that enables organizations link their enterprise software applications and databases, connect electronically with their trading partners, automate the business processes that span these systems and interfaces, and implement software applications. webMethods Fabric unifies the enterprise application integration and business-to-business capabilities, with its business process management and workflow functionality, as well as the business activity monitoring, portal, and Web services technologies. In addition, the company offers packages and project implementations, advisory services, product training, and ongoing outsourced maintenance and operational support. WMI licenses its software and sells its services primarily through its direct sales organization, as well as through other sales channels, including its strategic software vendor partners, systems integrators, other partners, distributors, and resellers. As of March 31, 2005, the company had approximately 1,300 customers in various industries, including manufacturing, chemicals, oil and gas, life sciences, metals, paper and plastics, financial services, consumer goods manufacturing and retail, government, and telecommunications. It has strategic relationships with Accenture, Atos Origin, BearingPoint, Capgemini, CGI-AMS, Computer Sciences Corporation, Crowe Chizek, Blue Agave Software, Deloitte, Electronic Data Systems Corporation, Hewlett-Packard, and Tata Consulting Services, as well as Global eXchange Services, Oracle Corporation, SAP AG, and Siebel Systems. WMI was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia.


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.


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.


Witness Systems, Inc. provides contact center software worldwide. Its solutions comprise voice over Internet protocol telephony, customer interaction recording, performance analysis, compliance, and e-learning management applications. The company's eQuality software suite is designed to enable customer contact centers within a company to capture, evaluate, and analyze customer interactions through multiple media; identify performance gaps; and then apply targeted electronic learning for performance improvement. The eQuality software records a customer sales/service representative's (CSRs) voice interactions with a customer, as well as the CSR's corresponding computer desktop activities, such as data entry, screen navigation, and data retrieval. The eQuality software suite also enables companies to capture, evaluate, and analyze e-mail, Web interactions, and guided browser sessions. In addition, the eQuality software suite enables companies to selectively capture, evaluate, and analyze customer interactions on any of these mediums based on business criteria that they define, such as key customers, important marketing campaigns, and new product introductions. Witness Systems software is designed to integrate with various third-party software applications, such as customer relationship management and enterprise resource planning applications, as well as with existing telephony and computer network hardware and software. Its principal product suites include eQuality Balance and eQuality ContactStore. Witness Systems also licenses its software, as well as provides installation, training, consulting, and maintenance services. The company sells its products to companies in the banking and finance, general business, insurance, outsourcing, technology, telecommunications, travel, hospitality, and utility industries through direct sales force, distributors, and resellers. Witness Systems was incorporated in 1988 and is headquartered in Roswell, Georgia.