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January 17, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

ICL Plc’s DAIS object-oriented development system and systems integration tool will go on general release at the start of next month, but two customers have already signed up to use it. The first is Scottish Hydro-Electric Plc, which is developing a new customer service system that integrates its existing diverse range of kit. This kit comprises an ICL mainframe, Unix workstations and servers, personal computers, and ICL’s IDMSX as well as Ingres and Oracle databases. Hydro-Electric has also developed its own bespoke object database, which holds customer details and can access VME transaction processing services. The second customer is Australian – Devetir, the Queensland Department of Employment, Vocational Education, Training and Industrial Relations – which is a recent amalgamation of several local government departments. Devetir is using DAIS to integrate its existing heterogeneous systems and rationalise its business. Financial terms of the two agreements were not disclosed.

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