An Australian company that has received international interest in its year 2000 data conversion solution is keen to talk to resellers.
Adelaide-based Paradox Computer Solutions this month unveiled its Databridge 2000 system, which is claimed to provide platform-independent conversion of data that does not comply with year 2000 standards.
While the company, which has already grown from three staff to 17, is planning a big push into direct sales, it is also keen to discuss distribution with resellers.
Paradox Computer Solutions director Deborah Koop said the company has a clear direction.
"The pie is too large to look for a monopoly -- it's a matter of sharing it out," she said.
Databridge 2000 is described as a powerful data conversion tool that offers the uniqueness of platform independence because it is "not fussed" about where the data comes from or where it is being sent to.
The product, which generally requires a service component to configure it to a specific business environment, comprises four components.
These are a year 2000 data verification tool, a year 2000 cleansing function, a year 2000 data migration tool and a tool that provides electronic communication between compliant and non-compliant systems.
The company reports pricing starts at around $2500.
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