LOGISIL Teams with IBM to integrate Domino technologies with "AskInFlight" B2B World Wide Web Catalogue - Airlines, Caterers and Suppliers can now consult and exchange over a global directory

Montreal (ots-PRNewswire) - LOGISIL announced today that it is teaming with IBM to integrate Lotus Domino(x) technologies with its Civil Aviation AskInFlight.com Portal solution. Integrating Lotus Domino technologies with AskInFlight will enable LOGISIL Consulting to provide a comprehensive dynamic e-Collaborative site to the airline world. AskInFlight portal brings together all Airlines, Suppliers and Caterers of the inflight industry. It has been designed to facilitate communication and create business opportunities as well as ensuring cost effective procurement for the inflight industry worldwide. "In working with IBM, we can continue to enhance our AskInFlight Portal with the technology of the industry leading Lotus Domino solution," said Pierre Bailet, Vice-President E.Business, LOGISIL. "In today's information economy, the ability to deliver collaborative Web application enables companies to strengthen key business relationships and differentiate themselves in a competitive global market," said Michael Hulley, VP, IBM Global Travel and Transportation Industry. "By working with IBM, LOGISIL can offer the aviation industry integrated application solutions designed to enhance messaging, workflow and content management functions." LOGISIL will release the new version of AskInFlight.com worldwide on January 15th, 2001. LOGISIL is a member of PartnerWorld for Developers. About Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino The Lotus Domino Application Server is the first Web application server to bring together broad enterprise connectivity with advanced services such as workflow and business-focused collaboration, supported by a highly productive and standards-based development environment. With more than 34 million users worldwide, Lotus Notes and Domino products comprise the most innovative and broadly deployed offerings in the market today. They represent the industry's leading collaboration and Internet messaging software and are the foundation for the next generation of business computing. About LOGISIL Created in 1986, LOGISIL, a Montreal based company is an IBM Business Partner, renowned for its work with insurance companies as well as financial and government institutions. LOGISIL employs over 250 consultant and specialists, providing professional integration of e-Business solutions that are based on highly skilled business and technical resources, using state-of- the-art tools. A pioneer of new technologies, LOGISIL has ever-broadened its horizons since it was founded in 1986. The team offers solutions to companies on both sides of the Atlantic. Lotus, Lotus Notes, and Lotusphere are registered trademarks and Notes Global Designer, Domino, and Notes are trademarks of Lotus Development Corporation. ots Originaltext: Logisil Internet: www.newsaktuell.ch Contact: Pierre Baillet, Vice-President e-business, +1-(514) 866-5493 ext. 340 Web sites: www.logisil.com www.askinflight.com

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