Oshyn Develops New Web Site for Epson Electronics America (EEA)

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Oshyn, Inc. announced the launch of a completely re-designed Epson Electronics America Web site. Oshyn develops custom Web sites and applications that meet the needs of its clients and their customers. Epson Electronics America, a subsidiary of Seiko Epson Corporation (TYO: 6724), markets and sells electronic devices and delivers engineering support for designers developing advanced systems.

I am very pleased with Oshyn's results in implementing the new site. All work was completed with no unpleasant surprises. Everyone at EEA is proud of the new site and it's internal and external effectiveness

Oshyn, Inc. announced the launch of a completely re-designed Epson Electronics America Web site. Oshyn develops custom Web sites and applications that meet the needs of its clients and their customers. Epson Electronics America, a subsidiary of Seiko Epson Corporation (TYO: 6724), markets and sells electronic devices and delivers engineering support for designers developing advanced systems.

The new site uses Oracle Corporation's (NASDAQ: ORCL) latest J2EE Portal technology, including compliance with the industry-standard Java Specification Request (JSR-168) which enables interoperability among portlets and portals, as well as Oshyn's best practices for portal development. The site also contains the latest in Ajax technology for instantaneous data retrieval.

The new Web site enables EEA to better serve their existing and potential customers and to improve internal productivity. This implementation resulted in EEA's business people making significant changes to the Web site for product offerings and site content.

"I am very pleased with Oshyn's results in implementing the new site. All work was completed with no unpleasant surprises. Everyone at EEA is proud of the new site and it's internal and external effectiveness" says Harmik Baghdasarian, IT Director and project sponsor at EEA.

In order to implement the project, Oshyn worked closely with EEA's information technology staff and adhered to EEA's back-end development infrastructure and guidelines. The look and feel also accurately represents EEA's branding and customer needs. Mr. Baghdasarian summarized Oshyn's value to his organization by saying, "A unique thing about Oshyn is that they were not only able to create a true enterprise solution, but also to transition what they created smoothly to our people. My internal development team worked side-by-side with Oshyn and received very comprehensive training and documentation. When the project was complete, our people took it over with no problems, although Oshyn is still available if we ever have any tough issues to solve and that is very important to us to have a trusted partner."

EEA expects the new site to increase sales by providing engineers with easier and faster ways of finding components than its competitors.

The public portion of the new site can be viewed at http://www.eea.epson.com/.

About Oshyn, Inc.

Oshyn, Inc. is a privately held technology implementation services provider with offices in Los Angeles and Baltimore/Washington in the US, and in Quito, Ecuador. Oshyn strengthens the competitive position of clients by delivering measurable results through the balanced application of strategic technology. Founded in 2001, Oshyn provides teams of dedicated, professional and experienced individuals with expertise in various areas including technology, design, usability and business and program management. For more information on Oshyn, please visit: http://www.oshyn.com/ or call us at 888-483-1770.

About Epson Electronics America, Inc. (EEA)

Epson Electronics of America (EEA) is the regional headquarters for Seiko Epson Corporation's electronic device and component business covering the United States, Canada, and Latin America. EEA integrates American marketing, sales, and engineering expertise with Japanese manufacturing prowess to bring a "best-of-class" level of service to their customers. EEA's sophisticated business operation systems and flexible business practices help their customers lower their cost of procurement, inventory holding, and inventory obsolescence, thereby contributing significantly to the reduction in the overall cost of materials during the life of their products.

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