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RCM teams with Harland

Pennsauken-based RCM Technologies Inc. has partnered with Harland Financial Solutions, Inc. to provide users of Harland’s Interlinq loan production platform with access to its integration and consulting services.

The Interlinq platform provides business process management, integration and connectivity across the mortgage supply chain, enabling lenders to integrate service providers into their business process. More than 200 mortgage lenders have installed the E3 system.

RCM provides integrated IT, business process, and engineered products.

Pharma company picks StayinFront

Fairfield-based StayinFront said Malvern, Pa.-based Chester Valley Pharmaceuticals Inc. selected StayinFront to provide CRM software and ongoing support for its sales force and managers.

StayinFront makes enterprise-wide CRM applications, decision support tools, data services and e-business systems.

PNY releases video product

Parsippany-based PNY Technologies Inc. released the Nvidia Quadro FX 540 by PNY Professional Video Edition. The product features a video breakout box with real-time component HD.

The FX 540 features simultaneous computer display and output-to-component HD, S-Video or composite video monitors. The PNY Technologies professional breakout box paired with the FX 540 graphics display board provides independent, full-screen video overlay output for preview of real time effects, video editing timelines and source clips on video monitors.

Atlantic debuts online service for families

Manasquan-based Atlantic Software Technologies Inc. introduced an online service that it says will help families stay in touch.

ZapBamBoom is a collaborative family service that provides distant parents with access to leading edge collaborative technologies specifically built to promote stronger parent-child relationships.

ZapBamBoom provides families with the ability to digitize content quickly through digital devices such as scanners or images from cameras. With just a click of a button, content is instantly converted to Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and uploaded to their private family space on ZapBamBoom.

Family members have the ability to simultaneously view and collaborate online in an application that combines the ability to Yak, Boomboard, Capture, and Transfer files instantly over the Internet.

School district to use Bachmann

Consolidated High School District 230 of Orland Park, Ill., will implement Sparta-based Bachmann Software’s PrintBoy Deluxe utility, a printing application for the Palm OS platform.

PrintBoy Deluxe provides graphical printouts for almost any kind of information stored on a Palm handheld.

Fashion site uses e-Vue product

Iselin-based e-Vue Inc., which makes in MPEG-4 multimedia tools, said fashion Web site firstVIEW converted its Web site to use MPEG-4 images using e-Vue’s Still Imaging Software.

This decision makes firstVIEW, an Internet style magazine, the first MPEG-4 enabled site on the Web. e-Vue allows viewers to download images 2-5 times faster than via standard image viewing (JPEG) while maintaining the same quality.

Enforsys gains funding

Whippany-based Enforsys Systems Inc. entered into a strategic alliance with an affiliate of Milstein Brothers Capital Partners, the investment arm of Howard and Edward Milstein.

In connection with this alliance, Milstein Brothers Capital Partners has made a significant investment in Enforsys Systems and has become a major shareholder. The deal enables Enforsys Systems to offer its products to all federal, state, county, municipal and university law enforcement agencies throughout the United States.

Enforsys develops public safety software, specializing in integrated computer-aided dispatch, record management systems, and mobile reporting for law enforcement agencies.

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