FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WORKSPOT AND OTP SOFTWARE DELIVER WIRELESS ACCESS TO ENTERPRISE ERP, CRM AND E-COMMERCE APPLICATIONS
SAN FRANCISCO, September 27, 2000 - WorkSpot, a premier Open Source Application Service Provider (ASP), and OTP Software, Inc., a leading IT integration organization, today announced a joint program to provide customized wireless deployment and ASP services. Initially this program will focus on customers using Oracle Applications and IBM WebSphere Commerce Suite.
"Enterprise customers need wireless access to critical ERP and CRM information," said Peter Liljegren, OTP Software's managing partner. "This program merges OTP's solid business assessment and implementation skills with WorkSpot's wireless and remote hosting expertise, providing a unique set of customized applications for customers."
Working with the customer's technology team, WorkSpot and OTP Software will assess existing IT capabilities against current and future communication and enterprise computing requirements. Once an assessment has been completed, OTP and WorkSpot will work together to rapidly implement the solution.
"Businesses can no longer function tied to the desktop. CRM and ERP users are hungry for remote access to critical data," said Kathy Giori, WorkSpot CEO. "Enterprise customers are also looking to outsource implementation and management of CRM and ERP IT infrastructure. The relationship between OTP and WorkSpot delivers both."
In addition to implementing and deploying applications for web and wireless, WorkSpot and OTP will host and run enterprise systems for select customers. WorkSpot will provide the infrastructure and technical support to keep systems online. OTP will provide expertise for configuring applications and integrating them to the client's existing systems. OTP will also provide service professionals to operate the systems, enabling customers to focus on their core business.
About OTP Software
OTP Software, Inc. (http://www.otpsoft.com), a member of the OTP Group, develops, implements and administers packaged ERP, CRM, and E-Commerce applications, databases, and internet- based information systems. The company's competencies include the delivery of functional and technical solutions as well as the development, implementation and support of EAI products. OTP Software's rapidly growing consulting practice has over 120 consultants and eight business development professionals based out of offices in the San Francisco Bay Area, Southern California and New York City. The company's primary architectural platforms include Oracle, SUN and IBM. To accelerate access to leading edge technologies, OTP Software builds strategic relationships with "high potential" private companies and Internet start-ups. Founded more than 10 years ago, OTP Group is an IT management, implementation and product development firm. For more information please call toll free, 1-877-324-4700.
WorkSpot (http://www.workspot.com), a premier Open Source ASP, offers personal and collaborative applications for corporations with diverse or distributed computing systems, including wireless PDA's, Internet appliances, and Windows or Linux PCs. The company provides standards-based gateways to leading third party client applications, through an open platform running on WorkSpot-hosted Linux servers. WorkSpot also provides wireless development and hosting through professional services. WorkSpot customers include eBay, Barnes & Noble, and OmniSky. WorkSpot was founded in January 1999 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA.