Trigyn Wins Rules Based Tablet PC Design Project for Life Sciences Client

2008-01-11
Trigyn announced today that it has formally entered into an agreement with a multi billion dollar international Life Sciences Company to design a state-of-the-art, rules based, open source system that will utilize the latest Tablet PC technology. The system will be designed to provide the client’s sales force with a unified tool to increase productivity and sales. This will be accomplished by enabling the sales force to show their clients and prospects, on-the-spot examples of cost comparisons versus competitive products and to highlight competitive advantages and alternatives. At the heart of the system will be a rules based engine which will enable the system to scale and provide a high degree of flexibility without the need for extensive and costly future programming changes. The system will be rolled out in the US, European and Asian marketplaces. Trigyn was selected following an extensive due diligence by the client, which included, architectural reviews, designs reviews, selection of best of breed technology, knowledge and experience using open source tools, client references, and visits by the client to meet Trigyn’s management team in India, as well as a visit to Trigyn’s US headquarters. Tom Gordon, Senior Vice President commented that “this win demonstrates that Trigyn’s continued investment in its technology development center, staff, and cutting edge technologies, has further distanced us from the one-size-fits-all approach used by the Majors.” He also pointed to a number of other recent developments that reinforce Trigyn’s role as a leader in the areas of IT design and development. “These include Trigyn’s recent designation as a Microsoft “Gold Certified Partner”, selection as one of a handful of “Documentum Partners” in India, launch of Trigyn’s “DotNetNuke and SharePoint” practices and significant wins in the Managed Services sector as proof of growing client confidence in partnering with Trigyn to meet and or solve our client’s technology challenges.”