GTSI selling Actuate solution

Actuate Corp., a provider of customer relationship management, e-procurement and Internet marketplace solutions, announced last week that its flagship product, e.Reporting Suite 5, is available through GTSI Corp.'s government contracts.

Government agencies use e.Reporting Suite 5 to deliver business information over the Internet. The solution makes information stored in legacy systems accessible via desktop computers

The type of information published using the system includes:

Product inventory and logistics data. Tax and business updates. Claims and benefits content. Employee pay or personnel information. Other records or forms. "Bringing legacy system data together with new relational databases gives government customers access to data that they can use in their day-to-day tasks," said Nobby Akiha, vice president of marketing at Actuate. "By partnering with GTSI, Actuate can bring them a solution that helps them to perform their duties more effectively."

GTSI will market and sell the Actuate product through its National Institutes of Health Electronic Computer Store and NASA Scientific and Engineering Workstation contracts.

Actuate's current government customers include the departments of Housing and Urban Development and Veterans Affairs, the Army, the Navy and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

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