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Expersoft and Ptech Provide First Conception-to-Deployment Environment for Distributed Business Applications.

SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 20, 1996--Expersoft Corporation and Ptech Inc. today announced at Object World West that they have jointly integrated Expersoft's industry-leading object request broker, PowerBroker CORBAplus, and Ptech's business process modeling and code generation tool, FrameWork 4.0, to provide a single environment for designing, developing, and deploying business applications across a distributed environment.

Using this environment, analysts and designers can work hand-in-hand with software developers to translate their business process requirements into successful enterprise-level distributed object applications.

CORBAplus and FrameWork link three discrete steps of automating business processes: conceptualization, development and deployment. At the front end FrameWork allows analysts and designers to produce business models and detailed design specifications in a clear graphical format. FrameWork then translates these designs to implementations using its COBRA IDL Code Generator. At the back end CORBAplus supports the development and deployment of production-level client/server applications.

"A major challenge for software development organizations has been the transformation of business process blueprints into final distributed applications using industry-standard development environments," said James Cerrato, Ptech vice president of technology deployment. "Like contractors who receive blueprints from an architect, software developers working in distributed environments have had to manually transform process specifications into working applications. With this agreement, Ptech and Expersoft have closed that gap E6 automating the path from analysis and design to application development and deployment in C++ distributed heterogeneous environments."

Rick Berzle, Expersoft vice president of marketing, said that FrameWork and CORBAplus represent a natural pairing for enterprise applications. "Enterprise applications require a process modeling phase, a development phase and a deployment phase. In our unique integration, FrameWork provides the process modeling technology, while CORBAplus offers a complete distributed operating system environment enabling standards-based development and highly reliable deployment."

About the Products

Using Ptech's FrameWork, analysts can represent a Fortune 500 company's business processes in a single graphical medium, thereby streamlining business process modeling much the way a CAD package streamlines architectural design . The tool represents the various parts of an enterprise, using diagrams to capture those processes with much greater clarity than a verbal description. FrameWork defines overall business goals, demonstrates relationships among diverse elements of a business, shows how events within a business affect each other, and generates code that implements the complete logic behind the models.

Expersoft is committed to providing the industry's leading distributed operating system solution, which is reliable and scaleable to thousands of seats. At the core of Expersoft's technology is PowerBroker CORBAplus, a comprehensive implementation of the Object Management Group's (OMG) Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) version 2.0 specification. CORBAplus is the first development system to bring two critical components to the CORBA environment: an industry-standard bridge between CORBA and Microsoft COM, and an event-driven distributed object model. The product also offers support for multiple languages (C++, Smalltalk and Visual Basic), a multi-threaded environment, and a suite of developer-oriented tools.

About Ptech

Founded in 1994, Ptech Inc. is a privately held software company located in Boston, Mass. FrameWork from Ptech is a concept-to-code solution for business process modeling. In addition to its new marketing relationship with Expersoft, Ptech also takes part in a set of DARPA Technology Reinvestment Projects led by Andersen Consulting to migrate commercial object-oriented application development solutions to the defense sector.

About Expersoft

Founded in 1989, Expersoft develops and markets a distributed operating system environment that enables Global 1000 organizations to build, deploy and manage mission-critical applications. Recognized as a pioneer in distributed object computing, Expersoft delivers products with the scaleability, interoperability, and performance required for full-scale, enterprise-wide distributed production applications. Since 1991, leading companies have been deploying on Expersoft technology in the fields of telecommunications, financial trading, electronic commerce, and high technology consulting. Representative customers include Sprint, Canadian Imperial bank of Commerce, Goldman Sachs, Intuit, and Andersen Consulting.

Expersoft products are sold direct as well as through value-added resellers. The company is headquartered in San Diego and has offices throughout North America and distributors in Europe and Asia. -0-

Note to Editors: Expersoft is a registered trademark of, and PowerBroker is a trademark of Expersoft Corporation. Ptech is a trademark of Ptech Inc. All other product and company names are trademarks of their respective companies.


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This is seriously good *key* info. Anti NWO and 9/11 truthers need to realize how crucial Ptech is to this whole post BCCI globalist agenda swirling around the Sept 11th attacks.

Especially the direct lineage of the globalist's al Qaeda proxy evolution...
from MAK to al Qaeda, to al Kifah to Care Intl to Ptech.
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Re: Expersoft, Ptech, Object Management Group (OMG)
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Ptech submits metalmodel as proposed OOAD standard -- Leading provider of visual modeling products responds to OMG request for proposals.

BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 7, 1997--Ptech, a leader in enterprise-wide business process modeling and code generation tools, announced today that it recently submitted a proposed standard for object-oriented analysis and design Object-oriented analysis and design (OOAD) is a software engineering approach that models a system as a group of interacting objects. Each object represents some entity of interest in the system being modeled, and is characterised by its class, its state (data elements), and its . The document responds to the Object Analysis and Design RFP-1 of the Object Management Group in Framingham, Mass.

Ptech develops the software solution FrameWork, an object-oriented business process modeling and application development tool that lets business and technology professionals use a single graphical interface See GUI.  to capture business goals and design processes to support them. FrameWork 5.0 for Microsoft Windows See Windows.
(operating system) Microsoft Windows - Microsoft's proprietary window system and user interface software released in 1985 to run on top of MS-DOS. Widely criticised for being too slow (hence "Windoze", "Microsloth Windows") on the machines available then.  NT and 95 facilitates conceptualizing, modeling and implementing processes and information for maximum competitive advantage. The Ptech Abstract Code Generator See application generator and macro recorder.  (ACG ACG American College of Gastroenterology; angiocardiography; apexcardiogram.AcG accelerator globulin (coagulation factor V).

accelerator globulin (clotting factor V). ) lets customers generate up to 90 percent of application code directly from the models.

"Ptech is submitting a response to the OMG (1) See Object Management Group.

(2) "Oh my God!" See digispeak.
OMG - Object Management Group  request for proposals as a result of customer feedback highlighting a void in the marketplace," explained James Cerrato, vice president of technology deployment. "We are convinced that our approach will enrich the emerging OMG standard. Since most approaches in the marketplace focus on systems development, they often result in applications that do not reflect actual business needs. The Ptech approach, in contrast, is actually driven by business strategy."

"Ptech has always advocated a fully open approach, providing customers with all the underlying metamodels that define the Ptech methodology and cover the full life cycle from enterprise modeling through application implementation," added Oussama Ziade, chairman and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. . "The Ptech metamodel is based on seventeen years of practical experience with customers and notable industry experts. Since the metamodel is easy to extend, users have continually expanded and refined it so that it reflects a degree of maturity, formality and integration unique in the marketplace. We are excited about submitting this Ptech metamodel to support the OMG in their standardization effort for object analysis and design."

The Ptech submission is one of a handful offered by industry leaders for consideration. It consists of an overview of the Ptech method, a description of the models supported and a glossary of terms. The body of the document addresses these topics:

-- Structural models

-- Architectural models

-- Behavioral models

-- Distributed processing The first term used to describe the distribution of multiple computers throughout an organization in contrast to a centralized system. It started with the first minicomputers. Today, distributed processing is called "distributed computing." See also client/server.  models

-- Usage models

-- Annotation models

The revised submission in April will also address the relationship between metamodel constructs defined in this submission and specifications in the Business Object Facility, the Meta Object Facility, the CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) A software-based interface from the Object Management Group (OMG) that allows software modules (objects) to communicate with each other no matter where they are located on a private network or the global  Interface Repository and CORBA Services.

For details about Ptech or FrameWork, call 617/577-7100 or visit . -0- Founded in 1994, Ptech Inc. is a privately held software company located in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Re: Expersoft, Ptech, Object Management Group (OMG)
« Reply #3 on: May 10, 2009, 04:08:49 pm »
CORBA , helping PTech spy on your neighbors and wage wars on the globe since 1996 !


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Ptech Inc. Adds Newly-Created Chief Operating Officer, General Manager, Europe Positions; Adds Sales VP

BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 28, 2001

CFO George Peterson Adds COO Role; Jeff Goins promoted to General

Manager, Europe; Blake Bisson Joins as Vice President of Sales

Ptech Inc., a leading provider of business process modeling software, announced it has expanded its management team by creating new positions of chief operating officer and general manager, Europe, and adding a seasoned sales vice president to its team. George Peterson, presently chief financial officer and vice president corporate development for Ptech, adds the role of chief operating officer to his duties, reporting to chief executive officer Oussama Ziade. Jeff Goins, formerly vice president of sales, assumes the General Manager, Europe post and will also report to CEO Ziade. Replacing Goins is newly appointed sales vice president Blake Bisson, reporting to COO Peterson. Ptech's expanded management team positions the company to continue its track record of strong growth and capitalize on market demand for enterprise architecture (EA) software and services.

"A solid management team is the best investment a firm can make in its future," said Oussama Ziade, founder and CEO of Ptech. "With today's appointments we have the leadership and talent in place to achieve our goals and drive the company into the future with additional working capital, a global presence, and expanded partnerships. All three appointees already have been a tremendous help to me and to Ptech's board of directors. Their collective bench depth will allow me to focus externally on strategic issues as we deliver value to our customers, investors and our industry."

George Peterson, COO and CFO

George Peterson has been instrumental in enhancing Ptech's internal management systems since March 2001 and in his expanded role as chief operating officer will focus on day-to-day operations as well as fiscal management and securing working capital. He has 30 years of high-tech, management experience in rapidly growing companies. Prior to Ptech, Mr. Peterson served as vice president of business development/CFO of InterSense where he raised financing and negotiated distribution agreements, doubling the company's market cap. Prior to that, he was CFO at InterSystems. Mr. Peterson also has been president and CEO of Sandia Imaging Systems; COO of Varitronic Systems; general manager, Electronic Publishing Systems of EDS; vice president, business development and marketing at BellSouth/Dataserv; and a member of the technical staff at Bell Labs. He holds an MBA and two engineering degrees from Cornell University.

Jeff Goins, General Manager, Europe

Jeff Goins has been a driving force behind Ptech's over ten-fold growth in revenue since he joined in 1997, and now will focus on creating a strong beachhead for Ptech in Europe. As Ptech's vice president of sales, Mr. Goins won many of Ptech's top-tier clients, gained greater presence in the Federal government market with a GSA schedule listing, and established alliances with leading methodologists. Prior to joining Ptech, Mr. Goins held the position of government account executive for GMIS from 1995 to 1997. Prior to that, Mr. Goins was a marketing manager with Computer Associates, and a member of the sales staff at EDS. He holds a B.S. degree in Finance from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Blake Bisson, Vice President of Sales

Blake Bisson joined Ptech with more than 20 years of computer industry sales and marketing experience. His experience in providing sales leadership in rapid growth situations is extensive. Prior to joining Ptech, Mr. Bisson held the position of vice president of sales at Concentric Visions, InterSense, ICE and Bull Information Systems. He ran the custom consulting organization at BIS/CAP International and held other senior marketing and sales positions at Computervision Corporation and Digital Equipment Corporation. He holds an MBA from Babson College and a BS from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

About Ptech, Inc.

Founded in 1994, Ptech Inc. is a leading provider of business process modeling software to Global 2000 enterprises that enhances their ability to align strategy and operations in the face of change. Ptech's software and consulting services allow organizations to model and construct an integrated, comprehensive, and dynamic enterprise architecture that enables management to make strategic decisions with a full understanding of the operational impact. In doing so, Ptech empowers organizations to seize market opportunities and respond to change faster and more effectively. Ptech's customers include ABN Amro Bank, Aetna, Applied Materials, Department of Veterans Affairs, Edward Jones, Honeywell, IBM, Mitre Corporation, MetLife Insurance, Motorola, NATO, Sprint, the Canadian Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB) and the US Air Force. For more on Ptech, see

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Re: Expersoft, Ptech, Object Management Group (OMG)
« Reply #5 on: December 26, 2009, 10:09:40 pm »
CORBA , helping PTech spy on your neighbors and wage wars on the globe since 1996 !

For the life of me, I don't understand why the transmission of information across platforms, which CORBA supports has nefarious purposes.  All this is is the transmittal of information from one architecture to another. 


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Without the below being a reality there would have never been:

9/11 (and every problem reaction solution result of that inside job).
All other false flags since that time.
No banker takeover (because there would be no globally integrated C2 infrastructure to defend the banking elite).

PrismTech's Bob Kukura Elected to Object Management Group's (OMG) Architecture Board

Boston, MA, USA – 02 May, 2007 — PrismTech™, an acknowledged leader in the provision of state-of-the-art middleware and development tools, today announced that its Senior Consultant, Bob Kukura, had been elected to the Object Management Group's™ (OMG™) Architecture Board (AB). He will bring extensive experience in Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA®), Data Distribution Service (DDS) and Model Driven Development (MDD) to the OMG's AB.

OMG is an international, open membership, not-for-profit computer industry consortium. OMG Task Forces develop enterprise integration standards for a wide range of technologies, including: Real-time, Embedded and Specialized Systems, Analysis and Design, Architecture-Driven Modernization and Middleware and an even wider range of industries, including: Business Modeling and Integration, C4I, Finance, Government, Healthcare, Legal Compliance, Life Sciences Research, Manufacturing Technology, Robotics, Software-Based Communications and Space. OMG's middleware standards and profiles are based on the CORBA and DDS standards and support a wide variety of industries.

The OMG's AB mission is to ensure that specifications developed by the Domain Technology Committee (DTC) and the Platform Technology Committee (PTC) concerning infrastructure and modeling specifications, as well as vertical market specifications, are consistent with the OMG's architecture and existing suite of specifications.

A cornerstone of PrismTech's strategy since its foundation in 1992 has been the support and promotion of international standards for distributed computing. A key element of this strategy has been PrismTech's membership of the OMG which the company joined in 1993. PrismTech believes that the software industry has benefited greatly from the OMG's specifications for interoperable computing as evidenced by the thousands of mission-critical CORBA applications in use today. Because PrismTech believes so strongly in the OMG the company dedicates significant time, money and resources to it by having PrismTech personnel contributing to its work, and by sponsoring its technical workshops and events (including the Distributed Object Computing for Real-time and Embedded Systems, Software Based Communications Workshop, and Technical Meetings).

PrismTech's Senior Consultant, Bob Kukura, has an extensive background as both a vendor and an end-user of OMG's platform and domain technologies, as well as a personal commitment to the OMG's open standards process. He has actively participated in the OMG throughout most of his career, attending his first OMG meeting in 1989. He has been a submitter, editor and chair on numerous OMG specifications.

At the recent OMG Technical Meeting held in San Diego, CA, USA, Bob Kukura was elected by the members of the OMG to the AB. He will take his seat on the first day of the OMG Brussels, Belgium Technical Meeting in June 2007 sponsored by PrismTech.

    “I'm very pleased to have been elected to the Architecture Board,” said Bob Kukura. “As a member of the Architecture Board, my primary goal will be to ensure the quality and usability of the wide range of standards produced by the OMG, from both an end-user and a vendor perspective. I understand that time to market is, now more than ever, a key factor in the success of a standard. I therefore believe that the AB's role should be to work closely with the task forces during the development of each RFP, the evaluation of responses, and the subsequent revision processes, to ensure that the specifications are ready by the time they reach the formal AB review stage.”

    “OMG is pleased to welcome Bob Kukura to its Architecture Board," said Richard Soley, OMG Chairman and CEO. "Bob's outstanding depth of knowledge, insight and leadership skills will help continue to drive forward the important work of this board."

About PrismTech

PrismTech is an acknowledged leader in state-of-the-art software products for developers of standards-based, carrier-grade systems. The Company provides high-performance COTS middleware, productivity tools, and professional services for applications ranging from mission-critical distributed systems to embedded Real-time devices. It serves markets such as: Commercial Telecom, Defense, Aerospace and Homeland Security. PrismTech's customers constitute an impressive list of major systems integrators, network equipment providers and other OEMs, including many Fortune Global 500 companies. PrismTech was founded in 1992 and is a privately-held group with US operations based in Boston, MA and Saddle Brook, NJ, and European operations in the UK, Germany, The Netherlands and France. For additional information about PrismTech, visit the web site at

Press Contact: PrismTech

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IBM Rational to offer new tools for systems management

Software helps users meet industry-specific requirements
By Heather Havenstein

January 30, 2006 12:00 PM ET

Computerworld - IBM's Rational Software Corp. unit plans to unveil new software tomorrow that's designed to allow companies to automate the direction of systems development to meet industry-specific requirements.

The new IBM Rational Systems Developer, which IBM described as a peer to its Rational Application Developer, transforms Unified Modeling Language (UML) 2.0 graphical representation of code into C++, Java or Common Object Request Broker Architecture, according to IBM executives. The Eclipse-based tool is designed for users working under industry-specific regulations and enables them to trace those regulatory requirements from design to implementation, said Roger Oberg, IBM Rational vice president of marketing.

For example, in the defense industry, the tool can help engineers comply with mandatory military systems requirements -- the U.S. Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DODAF) -- by providing standardized views and reports on the system architecture.

"It can help comply with any of the systems-related requirements that come from outside an organization," Oberg said. "It associates the design ... to the requirements themselves. When you're audited for compliance on any subject, if you can demonstrate the models associated with the implementation ... you're in a good position to defend your compliance."

In addition, companies can use the tool to create models to plan how to build a service-oriented architecture in components, he added.

"It can visualize architecture, allow you to figure out at what level of granularity you want your architecture to be modularized," Oberg added. "You can use it to help define those parts of systems that can leverage Web services interfaces."

The tool is designed to integrate with other tools from the Rational portfolio so systems engineers can also incorporate requirements management, change management and systems-testing capabilities to ensure that new systems will comply with regulations, he added.

IBM also announced a slew of new partnerships with vendors that are creating Eclipse-based software optimized for Rational software. For example, Flashline Inc. is extending its software-asset portfolio management tools to work with Rational Systems Developer to provide registration and governance for the architecture described under DODAF. Other partners that announced support include Wind River Systems Inc., Embedded Plus Engineering LLC, Pathfinder Solutions LLC, Coverity Inc., Galorath Inc., PTC Software Ltd. and LogicLibrary Inc.

The Rational Systems Developer is available now for $2,500.