Systems Union has launched its eagerly awaited SunSystems 5 package, a true 32-bit product complete with expanded XML capabilities. Users can upgrade from version 4 at no cost, although there are no plans to terminate the previous product. The launch comes complete with new logos for its products. The company is concentrating on the product, rather than company brand. The launch follows the SU group release of Pegasus’s Opera II in October. Opera II launch, www.accountancyage. com /IT/1112150
30/30 Vision – the small business e-CRM specialist founded by former Great Plains chiefs Neil Robertson and Chris da Silva – has marked its entry into the UK market with the announcement of a reseller deal. The company has selected Onyx’s software as the core technology for its CRM solutions. Under the terms of the deal, 30/30 Vision will sell, implement and support Onyx CRM solutions in the UK. For more information, visit www.onyx.com
Business analysis software provider Hyperion has announced an upturn in fortunes following the release of its financial results for its fiscal 2001 second quarter ended December 31, 2000. Total revenues in the quarter were $134.5m (#92m), 16% more than the same quarter last year. More information is available at www.hyperion.com.
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