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HJF Selects Bluenog to Build Integrated CMS, Portal and BI Suite

Bluenog ICE Offers Blend of Open Source and Traditional Commercial Support and Services

PISCATAWAY, N.J., Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Bluenog, an enterprise software and solutions company, has announced that The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) has selected Bluenog ICE(TM) to provide content management system (CMS), portal and business integration (BI) capabilities in one integrated suite.

HJF provides innovative services to meet the unique needs of military medicine, including research administration, program management and staffing, clinical trials, education support and event planning. With a diversified and global employee base of more than 2,000 employees, HJF needs a global technology infrastructure with multiple capabilities.

"Bluenog was the best choice for HJF, given our diverse global workforce and unique integration requirements," said Stephen Goodwin, vice president of operations, HJF. "We need CMS, portal and BI capabilities integrated cohesively with our existing legacy systems, such as document imaging, enterprise resource planning and existing reporting infrastructure. Bluenog's entire offering -- particularly the pre-integration of the components -- made it the best choice."

In early 2009, HJF began an evaluation process to upgrade its web and content infrastructure. After testing several products, HJF chose Bluenog to provide its global CMS and portal infrastructure. Both horizontal and vertical portal solutions are planned, with an ultimate integration with HJF's existing document imaging system, authentication framework, enterprise resource planning and reporting infrastructures. HJF expects to complete its first portal implementation by the end of 2009.

"Our solutions combine the best features from traditional commercial vendors and pure open-source solutions," said Suresh Kuppusamy, chief technology officer at Bluenog. "Our specialty is helping organizations like HJF that have a global employee base and heavy-duty enterprise integration challenges to find cost-effective and flexible solutions at an affordable price point."

Bluenog ICE 4.5, the latest version of Bluenog's Integrated Collaborative Environment, was launched at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in June 2009. ICE pre-integrates open-source software, combining BI, portal, CMS and collaboration. Clients include New York University, Columbia University, IEEE and Multiplan.

About Bluenog

Bluenog is an enterprise software and solutions company. Its award-winning flagship product, Bluenog ICE, is the only Enterprise 2.0 application development platform built on pre-integrated open-source content management, collaboration, and presentation and reporting projects. Its Integrated Collaborative Environment leverages the latest Web 2.0 technologies, unifies security and administration, and readily integrates with existing systems. Leading organizations rely on ICE to manage dynamic website content, and to build and deploy Rich Internet Applications (RIA), such as self-service portals, faster at a lower cost. Bluenog Solutions Group meets its customers' unique challenges by combining commercial and open-source software into pragmatic solutions. Headquartered in Piscataway, N.J., Bluenog is also a Red Hat, Oracle and Actuate partner. For more information, visit www.bluenog.com.

Bluenog ICE is a trademark of Bluenog. All other trade names are the property of their respective owners.

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