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Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) May 15, 2006

The self professed "new breed of nerds" in the quiet suburbs of Kansas City have just proven again, that their revolutionary EVE Web-based system is not only industry adaptive and 99% customizable, but can handle an enterprise as well!

When last we checked on the crew of X-tier SAE Corporation, they were heads down banging out code through puffy eyes and gallons of coffee. EVE, their flagship product class which turned heads in 2002 and was touted as a best practice by the Kansas City Star, is slicing through the overpriced waters of internet business (software) systems like a hungry shark. Save for the telltale fin above the surface and quick bite and jerk, X-tier is silently eating the competition alive with its EVE technology priced for the small business market.

"With the Bob Jones Shoes' online store now powered by EVE, we again have proof positive that, though we have priced and targeted EVE for the smaller business, she was designed to handle an enterprise," says X-tier CEO, Rushton Prince.

"Small businesses are at a disadvantage in the realm of technology and they typically fear it. We've designed and priced EVE to belay those fears; providing start-ups, as well as the established, with the ability to close the technology gap between themselves and their Fortune 500 counterparts.

To survive in this age of information they cannot continue to conduct business with an industrial age mindset.

EVE is now powering many businesses in as many different industries. She can run your rear facing operations as well as your customer facing, as is the case with Bob Jones Shoes online store," Prince added.

EVE, short for the "Evolving Virtual Enterprise," is what X-TIER calls their Adaptive Internet Portal Technology. Though able to handle an enterprise, EVE's automation and simplicity of use allows small and midmarket businesses to streamline, conduct, manage their employees, vendors, customers, operations, processes, products and/or services, globally from the Internet starting between $99.00 and $145.00 a month.

Bob Jones Shoes is one of Kansas City's largest shoe outlets. Bob Jones site is http://www.bobjonesshoes.com

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