MapuSoft 2nd Quarter 2007 Newsletter

MapuSoft Receives “Above and Beyond Award” for Supporting Guard and Reserve

MapuSoft Appoints Dan Arzonico as Director of Sales

MapuSoft Featured in Article in June Issue of COTS Journal

MapuSoft Receives “Above and Beyond Award” for Supporting the Guard and Reserve

MapuSoft Technologies (MT) received the “Above and Beyond” award from the Employer Support of Guard and Reserve (ESGR) organization. By giving this award the ESGR recognizes MT’s above normal commitment to supporting the Guard and Reserve.

“MapuSoft recognizes the sacrifices made by those who serve our country in the Guard and Reserve.” said Raj Johnson, President and CEO of MapuSoft Technologies. “As such we are willing to provide as much accommodation as possible to our employees who are serving our country.”

“It is always a pleasure to recognize employers like Mapusoft Technologies who go that extra mile in support of our citizen warriors when they are deployed,” said Dr. Robert V. Barrow, Chairman of District 1 of the Alabama Committee for ESGR. “Such support is even more meaningful to the families who are ‘left behind’ to manage affairs on their own while their loved ones are deployed in service to the country.”

For more information in the full press release please click this link

MapuSoft Appoints Dan Arzonico as Director of Sales

MapuSoft Technologies (MT) appointmented Dan Arzonico to director of sales. Mr. Arzonico received his bachelor’s in psychology from the University of South Alabama and his masters in business management from Troy University. He has over 13 years of experience in the embedded software sector, initially at Accelerated Technology which has now become the embedded division of Mentor Graphics. He is also an adjunct faculty member in the Mitchell College of Business at the University of South Alabama. In addition to his civilian jobs, Mr. Arzonico has also been serving in the US Army for the past 21 years in both active and reserve status. His current rank is a Major and he is attached to SROTC at the University of South Alabama from the 9th BDE 108 th DIV 84 th TC, Charlotte , NC. He is a functional area 90 qualified Army Logistician and a Command and General Staff College graduate.

“I am very excited to be a part of an organization with such revolutionary products and that is strategically aligned with the military/aerospace sector. I especially look forward to working with the companies in the embedded sector that support this key market globally.” said Dan Arzonico, Director of Sales at MapuSoft Technologies.

“Dan is very dedicated in supporting our customers. Our software re-use solutions are widely used in the military/aerospace market and as such Dan’s expertise in this area will be a tremendous asset to MapuSoft.” said Raj Johnson, President and CEO of MapuSoft Technologies.

For more information in the full press release please click this link

MapuSoft Featured in Article in June Issue of COTS Journal

MapuSoft was featured in the article “FCS Update” under the section “SoSCOE Software Moving Forward” written by Editor-in-Chief Jeff Child in the June 2007 issue of COTS Journal published by the RTC Group.

An excerpt of the article:

“… Last summer Boeing selected MapuSoft’s OS Abstractor … solution for integration in the current build of their System of Systems Common Operating Environment (SoSCOE) architecture. MapuSoft’s OS Abstractor will enable SoSCOE to interoperate acros multiple operating systems and allow SoSCOE users to use an industry standard POSIX API for software development. MapuSoft’s OS Abstractor is useful because it provides many OS back-ends, which is key for architectures like SoSCOE that run in a variety of environments.

OS Abstractor APIs give users the ability to effectively develop code independent of the underlying OS to protect software investment and to easily expand support to multiple operating systems. OS Abstractor allows developers to use a standard API interface across multiple OS platforms and greatly reduces the costs associated with code maintenance and learning multiple operating systems.”

For the full article check out the June issue of COTS Journal or click this link to view an electronic copy: http://upload.rtcgroup.com/cotsjournal/digital/pdf/cots0706.pdf

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