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digitalESP Launches E-Commerce Development Center

B2B e-business and technical consulting services firm digitalESP Inc. launched its first ESPec Center (E-business Standard Protocol for Enterprise Commerce).

The center in Raleigh, NC is designed to help companies make a seamless transition to B2B e-commerce and accelerate time-to-market solutions. The first project underway at the ESPec Center is enhancing systems for the Florida Power & Light Company.

The ESPec four-step engagement process gives clients more control over projects, the company said. Inception features a cost-benefit analysis. Elaboration involves designing and building system architecture. Construction includes building and testing a system. Deployment entails deploying and maintaining the system.

"When you handle major systems that absolutely cannot fail, you have to run 24x7 and address a wide range of demands," said digitalESP Chairman and Chief Eexecutive Officer Brad Murphy.

digitalESP has produced business-to-business online commerce models for companies in the financial services, telecommunications, energy, transportation, distribution, manufacturing, technology and health care sectors.