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PointCross Releases Catalyst for Building Business-Ready SharePoint Solutions in 1/10th the Time
Date:11/11/2008

HOUSTON, Nov. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- PointCross Inc., responding to growing demand from the Oil & Gas and Pharmaceuticals R&D industries, has released a software catalyst that works with Microsoft SharePoint to deploy strategic business and technical solutions with extreme speed and flexibility.

SharePoint from Microsoft is a leading collaboration platform for enterprise users. Larger global enterprises have complex business processes that require significant time and labor to build business ready solutions that incorporate all their best practices in information security, compliance, and search.

PointCross' Catalyst for SharePoint is a set of tools for building processes using a set of readily re-usable and re-configurable super-templates that already incorporate enterprise best practices. These tools augment the MOSS (Microsoft SharePoint Services), making it possible for corporate IT departments and system integrators to complete and deploy business process solutions in a matter of 10% or less of the time and cost that working directly with MOSS would allow.

PointCross is a Gold partner of Microsoft that has built their enterprise technology, Orchestra(TM), and its smart synchronizing client, Solo(TM), as an effective companion for SharePoint for online users, as well as for offline users and remote workers who are only connected by their web-enabled phones and PDAs.

"Companies are looking for technology that can be rapidly deployed and re-configured to meet the changing needs with minimal labor and time" said Jeff Kratz, Senior Director of ISV Sales and Business Development at Microsoft. "We are excited to see the Catalyst from PointCross to help our customers achieve those needs".

About PointCross Inc. (http://www.pointcross.com)

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