CubePort(tm): Essbase to Analysis Services: Porting in High Volumes

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CubePort(tm), The Analytics Porting Application, offers its first CubePort(tm) Volume Pricing Program. This offer is available until 11/01/2005 for customers with high cube counts.

ExoLogic announces a Volume Pricing Program for its CubePort(tm) application in which high numbers of cubes may be ported to the Microsoft Analysis Services product with defined cube volume rates. For the lowest volume of cubes, the price per cube would be $5,000, but with a high number of cubes ported, the price per cube can be as little as $1,000 per cube.

These volume and pricing rates would be held at organization level. This offer is for a limited time -- it extends for all engagements initiated up to 11/01/2005. For more details on the price per volume breakdown, see: http://www.exologic.com/CubePortVolumePricing.pdf

Mr. Thomas Fimiani, one of the architects and principals at ExoLogic, explains: "At these price points in this offer, the port itself can be achieved very economically and very realistically in terms of the logistics wrapped around a porting project. With CubePort's economical and automated approach, combined with the additional benefits of porting an organization's business intelligence (BI) system to the Microsoft product-line will not only bring outstanding value, but also the potential for significant savings on licensing expenses. Additonally, even more savings may be realized for organizations that already own SQL Server and the Microsoft Office suite which are needed to take advantage of the BI and OLAP features to which CubePort targets."

Dr. Kenneth Kipers, ExoLogic's Strategic Director, adds, "Even at our pricing before this offer, all of these per cube pricing points are easily exceeded by costs associated with manual or utility-assisted attempts at porting such cube databases, not to mention the avoidance of much time and many hassles. The benefit is that we want to allow larger organizations who tend to have larger cube counts to more easily budget-in taking advantage of our CubePort technology."

About ExoLogic Corporation:

ExoLogic is a supplier of business intelligence software for the enterprise, excelling in the BI and OLAP product porting space. CubePort™, its flagship product, offers a fractional-cost method of moving away from Hyperion Essbase to Microsoft Analysis Services. A Microsoft partner, recognized ISV, and vendor to the world's largest software company and many BI consulting companies, ExoLogic is a leading supplier of solutions to organizations wanting to get the most out their existing software and taking advantage of emerging software products in the marketplace. ExoLogic Corporation is a privately-held organization located in Dallas, Texas, United States.

See previous press-release that details the technology more:

http://www.exologic.com/PressReleases/2005June.htm

For more detailed information about CubePort:

http://www.exologic.com/products.htm

For more information about the pricing offer:

http://www.exologic.com/CubePortVolumePricing.pdf

See this press-release on local site:

http://www.exologic.com/PressReleases/2005August.htm

Partnership and Certification Programs:

The company seeks to further enhance its partnerships with front-end software vendors, US-based and international-based consulting companies, individual consultants, and ISVs who may wish to co-market ExoLogic products with their own service and product offerings. ExoLogic also offers a CubePort Certification Program to train consultants and internal IT staff.

Press release assembled and interviews by web magazine Melroze.com, the monthly business, technology, entertainment and lifestyle web magazine. http://www.melroze.com

Partnership and Certification Contact:

Dr. Kenneth Kipers

tel (US):     972.764.5345

web:     http://www.exologic.com
email:    kipers@exologic.com

Product Contact:

Mr. Thomas Fimiani

tel (US):     972.764.2745

web:     http://www.exologic.com
email:     fimiani@exologic.com

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