PurchaseSoft, Inc. is proud to partner with the following
leaders in business-to-business integration, consulting,
software application and platform technology. To learn
more about PurchaseSoft's Partner Program, please
contact us at email@example.com.
SilverStream Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: SSSW) delivers
the first complete and integrated services environment
to simplify and accelerate the development of eBusiness
applications. SilverStream's proven technology is
based on the best of Java, XML, and Web Services,
and enables businesses to unlock the potential of
existing systems and rapidly deliver business applications
to the Web. SilverStream powers business operations
for more than 1,500 customers worldwide including
Amerisure Insurance, Home Depot, the Chicago Stock
Exchange, Samsung Electronics, Sears, Qwest Communications
and US Cellular. SilverStream's worldwide partner
network includes system integrators, independent software
vendors, application service providers and other strategic
partners such as Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, Compaq,
Deloitte & Touche, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Intel, Mercury
Interactive, Microsoft, Oracle and Sun Microsystems.
Headquartered in Billerica, Mass. with offices throughout
the world, SilverStream delivers software and services
to help Global 2000 organizations extend their business
to the Web. For more information, please visit www.silverstream.com.
PurchaseSoft has been selected by the U.S.-Mexico
Chamber of Commerce to help pioneer an important trade
initiative called "Wiring the Border." Created in
response to the shared vision of the United States
and Mexico to bring NAFTA into the Internet age, Wiring
the Border will initially connect hundreds, and eventually
thousands, of small- and medium-size suppliers to
promote cross-border trade.
PurchaseSoft's eProcurement software was chosen to
power the Wiring the Border initiative because we
have the right combination of software technology,
administrative, technical and support teams, and the
right insights to the entrepreneurial spirit to enable
trade between companies of different sizes and disparate
levels of technology.
The Chamber and its alliance partner Cornerstone Communications
plan to conduct marketplace seminars in key border communities
to introduce companies along the border to the buying
offices of large businesses and the federal buying community.
You can learn more about the Wiring the Border initiative
by reading our recent press
release or visiting www.usmcoc.org.