Pittsburgh, United States (ots)
- LogicLibrary, a provider of
asset management solutions for rapid application assembly, today
introduced its Logidex(TM) product line. Logidex enables development
teams and business analysts to quickly and easily capture, leverage
and manage the "solution assembly assets" that make up their critical
business systems, including pre-built, internal and external
components, legacy modules, Web services, etc. These assets are
managed in an intuitive catalog that helps corporations cut
development time for mission critical applications linking customers
and partners, develop Web services and increase ROI on IT
Logidex is the only product to offer a domain reference model
(DRM), which allows users to catalog and retrieve assets based on the
industry standard business processes, strategic technical
architectures and customized business models they support. Logidex's
model driven approach ensures final assembled applications match the
project's needs and the company's strategic direction. Model-based
indexing also enables easier collaboration between business and IT
departments by providing a linkage between business requirements and
functional capabilities of existing components and services.
Additionally, as companies increasingly incorporate Web services,
Logidex's DRM enables them to quickly determine where Web services
can be most effectively utilized in their business applications, as
well as with their partners and customers.
"To date, effective asset management has been a significant
shortcoming of component based development and re-use initiatives,"
said Lawrence Wilkes, principal analyst of the CBDi Forum in Surrey,
U.K. "By mapping assets directly to specific business requirements,
however, Logidex allows software architects and developers to
accurately and efficiently find and qualify reusable assets."
Other key differentiators that set Logidex apart in the market
today, include the ability to:
* Fit seamlessly into existing development environments, including
developer portal initiatives.
* Support departmental initiatives and scale to meet the unique
needs of enterprise-wide deployment.
* Accept a wide range of assets from old and new technology
platforms, and from internal sources and third parties.
* Provide detailed usage tracking to support a flexible incentive
system to encourage the development and utilization of assets.
* Provide reuse consulting and other professional services giving
a wide array of offerings including classroom training, asset
and model capture, as well as reuse initiative consulting and
"To thrive in today's climate, enterprises must establish an
application development environment that is 'better, faster and
cheaper,'" said Ellen Milantoni, CEO and Co-Founder of LogicLibrary.
"Logidex allows enterprises to strategically and efficiently utilize
component based development, reuse initiatives and Web services
within their application development environment. Logidex's ability
to link information assets to a company's business processes
facilitates more rapid and on-target development, achieving the goal
of all IT organizations - cost-effective delivery of sound
applications that competitively extend the enterprise's business
Pricing and Availability
The Logidex solution is currently available as a software license
or as a hosted service. Licenses start at US$95,000. Enterprise
pricing is also available.
LogicLibrary, a leading innovator in asset management for
application assembly, provides software and services that help
enterprise application development teams to efficiently and
effectively create custom solutions that map to their company's
ever-changing business needs. LogicLibrary's patent-pending
technology incorporates asset mapping to strategic business process
models and enables IT teams to capture, leverage and manage pre-built
solution assembly assets for the most rapid and cost-effective
assembly of today's enterprise business applications. For more
information, visit http://www.logiclibrary.com
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