28/09/1999 - 22:00

BMIS offers JADE solution

28/09/1999 - 22:00

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PERTH-based software solutions company BMIS will soon provide the University of WA with training for JADE programming technology.

BMIS offers JADE solution
PERTH-based software solutions company BMIS will soon provide the University of WA with training for JADE programming technology.

The non-mainframe, enterprise computing sector has embraced JADE in industries ranging from banking and finance to retail, distribution, dairy and shipping and a number of major WA companies are considering using the product.

BMIS’s JADE business development manager Brian Sharpe said fourteen universities, TAFEs and polytechnics across Australia had included JADE in their teaching programs, with UWA the first in WA.

Mr Sharpe said the popularity of the system had compelled graduates to become fluent in its use.

UWA information management senior lecturer Peter Goldschmidt said the faculty would begin teaching JADE to information management students next year.

The programming technology of JADE covers the entire spectrum of computing tasks across LANs, WANs and the Internet, while managing the execution of a system across Windows NT and IBM UNIX, automatic HTML or Java Thin Client operation.

It incorporates a fully functional object database and an object orientated language encompassing the principals of an object-orientated environment.

“It is being used by ASB Bank, a subsidiary of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia – one of the first banks to offer Internet banking – and Australasia’s largest truck manufacturer, ITAL,” Mr Sharpe said.

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