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Monsanto Selects EASA to Deliver Technical Applications
Posted Fri February 07, 2003 @04:40PM
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News Monsanto has selected EASA (Enterprise Accessible Software Applications) from AEA Technology as a development platform to deliver custom engineering applications to the enterprise.

Previously, the firm’s engineers found that applications designed in-house to solve specific problems were difficult to use, mainly because the applications only offered a DOS command line interface. However, this limitation has now been overcome. “The subject matter experts themselves used EASA to wrap GUIs around these applications, making it possible for far more engineers to take advantage of the time savings they provide,” said Denny Hayek, Process Engineering Manager for Monsanto.

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