Tarantella Inks German ASP

Tarantella, Inc., , a Santa Cruz, Calif.-based supplier of Internet infrastructure software, has announced that its Tarantella Enterprise 3 software has been chosen by MYBAU AG, a German business-to-business construction portal, to offer ASP services to its customers.

Targeted at German architects, building engineers and construction firms, MYBAU AG is a communication and e-business platform, and currently 1,000 of MYBAU AG clients are using Tarantella software to access e-procurement and product catalogue applications, as well as design and construction software products through the Internet.

Tarantella’s Enterprise 3 software is designed to help Application Service Providers (ASPs) get to market faster, deliver more applications and more efficiently manage systems and subscribers.

MYBAU says that using Tarantella’s software, it was able to draw on its knowledge of the design and building industry to offer services that are key to the business needs of architects and construction firms.

“We chose Tarantella Enterprise 3 software for its user-friendliness, scalability and reliability. Its three-tier architecture offers centralized management and reduces overall administration time and costs,” says Siegmut Bohm, MYBAU AG ASP product manager.

It not only enables us to focus on our core competencies and grow our own business, but it also makes the portal much easier to use by our clients who can access any applications they need at any time,” he continues.

Says Charlie Stewart, vice president of EMEA enterprise sales for Tarantella: “MYBAU AG is one of the leading B2B portals in Germany. We’re delighted they chose Tarantella Enterprise 3 to better service their clients and offer them remote secure access to the applications they need.”

Tarantella provides a range of web-enabling software technologies and products. Its Tarantella Enterprise 3 solution offers managed and secure Web access to enterprise mainframe, Windows, AS/400, Java technology, Linux, and UNIX applications.

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