Immersant Establishes Relationship with Sun Microsystems
Press release from the issuing company
PARSIPPANY, NJ, January 29, 2001 - Immersant, Inc., an expert in Web globalization services and culturally appropriate content creation and management for complex businesses, announced today that it has joined the ranks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) iForce(sm) eIntegrators. Immersant will combine Sun hardware and software solutions with Immersant's unique ability to enable companies to quickly build and deploy culturally-appropriate Web sites, content, and wireless solutions that effectively target diverse global markets and ensure consistent corporate branding.
"Sun is resolved to fostering relationships with the most innovative Web consulting and development companies in the integration space," said Jeff McQuaid, district manager, Sun Microsystems. "By working with Immersant, we are poised to offer the strategy, expertise and technology to rapidly develop and implement global solutions for our joint clients."
The objective of Sun's iForce program is to provide customers with the relationships and expertise they need to develop an e-business strategy quickly and effectively. The iForce program builds on an existing relationship between Immersant and Sun in which Immersant has implemented Sun's technology suite in the development of several of Immersant's clients' Web sites.
"With Sun's industry-leading clientele, impressive track record and ability to attract top-name e-business integrators, joining Sun's roster of iForce eIntegrators is a very positive step for Immersant," said Carl Glaeser, President and CEO of Immersant. "We are committed to providing unparalleled Web site usability, culturally-specific globalization services and complex system integration skills, and we look forward to expanding our services by utilizing Sun's comprehensive technology platform."
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