CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Lotus Development Corp. selected OneSource Information Services Inc. as an electronic business and financial information source for its Lotus NotesSuite Application Collection, according to officials with OneSource.
As a result of the selection, Lotus NotesSuite offers companies OneSource CD/Notes information products and OneSource Competition Monitor application within the flexibility of Lotus Notes groupware.
The NotesSuite Application Collection provides workgroup solutions for businesses engaged in financial and business research.
OneSource's most popular CD/Notes products include U.S. Public Profiles, SEC Text and Articles.
U.S. Public Profiles uses Market Guide database as its source and includes business and financial information for more than 6,800 publicly traded companies.
SEC Text is taken from SEC Online database and provides the unedited text of key sections from the annual report, 10-K and proxy statements of more than 4,000 companies.
Articles is from the Prompt database and provides nearly one year's news coverage of U.S. businesses, with 100,000 abstracts and articles selected from more than 750 leading business and news publications.
For additional information, contact Michael Bailey at (617) 441-7239.
LINCOLN, Mass. - For investors trying to integrate information, Object Systems is offering DOiT, a software platform for integrating data from incompatible sources.
DOiT can integrate data from different systems in real time.
DOiT doesn't rely on application program interfaces to give users access to its services. DOiT sources of data are defined and accessed through high-level graphical tools. No programming language is required to use the product.
More information may be obtained by contacting Brian Landrigan at (617) 259-4321.
BLOOMFIELD, Conn. - MBS Software Group Inc., which specializes in applications for the $1.5 trillion mortgaged-backed securities market, was acquired by Securities Software & Consulting Inc., Bloomfield.
"We had been approached by other portfolio management system companies, and chose to align with SS&C because of the advanced mortgage-backed functionality, state-of-the-art Windows technology and warm corporate culture," said Scott Sprouse, president of MBS.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. - Arbor Software Corp. officials said they have introduced the first Microsoft Office compatible on-line analytical processing server.
The server is called Essbase Analytics Server 3.1. The officials said the new release provides easy access to multiple SQL relational databases that include Oracle, Sybase and Microsoft's SQL Server.
The easy access, they said, results from integration of Open Database Connectivity technology.
For information, contact Amy Bauer at (408) 727-5800.