Tech Notes

Last updated on May 13th, 2019 at 02:45 pm

IMCO Technologies

IMCO Technologies, Pewaukee, launched IMCO-EDU, a learning software program with IMCO-STAT, a critical results reporting software, as its basis. The product was developed for the 2007 American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS), Leesburg, Va. The IMCO-EDU presented an impression and several relevant images for diagnosis. Images could be viewed and manipulated using zoom, pan and brightness and contrast enhancement. The user would then submit one of several possible diagnoses that were offered. A message would be returned within seconds indicating the correct diagnosis, along with the finding, discussion and references. Using laptops, the software enabled participants at the meeting to access the program from a hotel room, lobby or wherever Internet access was provided. 

RedPrairie Corp.

RedPrairie Corp., Waukesha, launched its in-house hosting services for the StorePerform Workbench solution. RedPrairie has two industrial-strength data centers, including one dedicated to the European, Middle East and Asia regions. RedPrairie also hosts BlueCube Enterprise.

RedPrairie Corp. also announced that it will integrate Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft Inc.’s Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 with the RedPrairie E2e solutions and undergo a standard integration to the Microsoft Dynamics GP enterprise resource planning (ERP) suite. The SharePoint Server 2007 integration will provide the ability to search across disparate enterprise systems based on supply chain data, enabling organizations to increase productivity and reduce information overload. The pre-built ERP integration employs both the Microsoft Dynamics GP Web services and RedPrairie Integrator middleware products for faster, less costly and trouble-free implementations.

Chevron Corp., San Ramon, Calif., selected RedPrairie’s BlueCube Enterprise for its North American company owned, company operated stores and ExtraMile franchise sites.

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