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EASA Version 2 Released
Posted Mon November 11, 2002 @04:06PM
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News AEA Technology has announced Version 2.0 of EASA (Enterprise Accessible Software Applications) that provides substantial improvements in its ability to provide simplified access to complex technical software.

“EASA provides an intuitive Web-based environment through which users can access any software application, commercial or in-house. This makes it possible to expand access to a company’s software tools without providing specialized user training and greatly simplifying deployment and maintenance,” said Sebastian Dewhurst, Vice President, Enterprise Applications for AEA Technology Engineering Software. The new version offers the ability to include 3D graphics within the custom applications created in the EASA environment. It also provides several new user interface options and a graphical tool that greatly simplifies linking the EASA applications to underlying software. Finally, EASA 2.0 includes a new optimization module that automatically searches a defined parametric space for the optimal solution as defined by the user.


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EASA (Enterprise Accessible Software Applications) is a new (US Patent 6,430,609) type of knowledge management tool that allows companies to leverage the expertise their employees have in using software applications. A company’s experts can use EASA’s point-and-click tools to rapidly author simple Web-based applications and “wrap” them around any software running on any computer on the corporate network. The resulting applets incorporate the knowledge of the experts, protecting the novice user from making mistakes, even if the underlying software is very complex. Libraries of these custom applets can be delivered over the Intranet, allowing anyone in the enterprise to safely and easily benefit from even the most difficult- to-use software. EASA has proved particularly valuable for companies wishing to modernize and improve the accessibility of legacy codes.

For more information, contact AEA Technology: CFX, Omega Corporate Center, 1260 Omega Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15205.Phone: 412-893-1005, FAX: 412-893-1030. E-mail: info@easa.aeat.com. World Wide Web: http://www.easa.aeat.com

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