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Old 12-17-2005, 08:01 PM   #1
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LXer: Industry Veterans Launch Projity Inc.


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Mission: deliver a Complete Replacement for Microsoft Project FOSTER CITY, California, September 20, 2005—Industry veterans Howard Katz, Laurent Chretienneau and Marc O’Brien have announced the launch of Projity (www.projity.com), a software startup based in the Bay Area with the mission of offering a complete replacement for Microsoft Project. Its flagship product, Project-ON-Demand (POD), will be delivered online via a subscription model priced to meet the growing needs of small and medium size businesses, the vast early adopters of hosted tools. Web-based with no installation requirement, a familiar interface and 100% data integrity in the opening of existing MS Project files. Project-ON-Demand offers the marketplace a complete replacement for MS Project with a tremendous value proposition in both reduced cost and productivity improvements.

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