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ZapThink Highlights Intelliun as an Innovator in SOA, Model-Driven Development

DALLAS, April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Intelliun Corporation, a leading innovator in model-driven application development, today announced that it has been highlighted in a recent ZapNote report by leading analyst firm ZapThink. The report, entitled "Intelliun Model-Driven Development for Service Oriented Business Applications," underscores that the model-driven approach of Intelliun's flagship product, The Virtual Enterprise (VE), is particularly well-suited for SOA-based application development.

DALLAS, April 29 /PRNewswire/ — Intelliun Corporation, a leading innovator in model-driven application development, today announced that it has been highlighted in a recent ZapNote report by leading analyst firm ZapThink. The report, entitled "Intelliun Model-Driven Development for Service Oriented Business Applications," underscores that the model-driven approach of Intelliun's flagship product, The Virtual Enterprise (VE), is particularly well-suited for SOA-based application development.

According to the report, Intelliun is one of the first vendors to champion Model-Driven Development (MDD). MDD is an approach to application creation that uses visual models to introduce substantial efficiencies and rigor to the software development process. When using the Intelliun approach, application developers use visual models to reduce the time needed to create applications, thus reducing costs and improving software quality. Additionally, the report highlights that Intelliun's MDD approach is well-suited for both representing the service model as well as creating the underlying implementations of the services that make up the model.

"Intelliun's innovative and model-driven approach follows an important SOA best practice and a new service-oriented approach to application development, where the components can be rapidly and cost-effectively developed into business processes as needed. Organizations who are struggling with creating service implementations in the context of an abstracted service model, should consider Intelliun for their modeling and application creation environment," said Jason Bloomberg, Managing Partner at ZapThink. "Because of its model-driven approach, VE is particularly well-suited for SOA-based application development. VE narrows the construction activity to the creation of the abstract design, focusing primarily on the application logic, and relieving the development team from focusing on implementation details. Consequently, VE reduces the number of required skill sets and the overall team size."

"ZapThink's recognition of Intelliun as an innovator in the SOA market-space validates Intelliun's business and marketing strategy. Our powerful VE platform with its model-driven approach emphasizing speed of execution, lower cost development and re-useable components, is the future of SOA application development," said Sal Abramo, Director of Marketing and New Product Development at Intelliun.

To obtain a copy of the ZapNote, visit the ZapThink website (http://www.zapthink.com) or the Intelliun website (http://www.intelliun.com)

About Intelliun

Intelliun Corporation (http://www.intelliun.com) is the leading innovator in simplifying web applications development. Intelliun's flagship product, The Virtual Enterprise (VE), is a Model-Driven Development (MDD) platform for the rapid development and integration of multi-tiered applications and Web services. VE eliminates traditional coding by enabling application development based on fully executable Unified Modeling Language (UML) models.

About ZapThink, LLC

ZapThink is an Enterprise Architecture (EA) strategy advisory firm. As a recognized authority and master of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and EA, ZapThink provides its audience of IT practitioners, consultants, and technology vendors with practical advice, guidance, education, and mentorship solutions that assist companies in leveraging SOA to meet their business needs and presenting viable SOA solutions to the market.

SOURCE Intelliun Corporation

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