NASA Corp. Attains Associate Partner Status in Sun Partner Advantage Program

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National Association of System Administrators Corporation (NASA Corp.) has announced that it is an Associate Partner in Sun Microsystems' Sun Partner Advantage Program for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). NASA Corp. qualified for this level by meeting Sun's stringent criteria for excellence as a developer of case management software products, and by committing to tight strategic and technical alignment with Sun.

National Association of System Administrators Corporation (NASA Corp.) has announced that it is an Associate Partner in Sun Microsystems' Sun Partner Advantage Program for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). NASA Corp. qualified for this level by meeting Sun's stringent criteria for excellence as a developer of case management software products, and by committing to tight strategic and technical alignment with Sun.

Under the NASATrack umbrella, NASA Corp. is the developer of case management software systems CASETrack, for judicial entities, CALLTrack, for customer call centers, and CARETrack, for medical and rehabilitation centers. Each software system is available with a Web-based interface that allows the customer to publish non-confidential case data to the Internet or to the customer's protected intranet.

NASA Corp. which is based in Crystal Lake, Illinois, was founded in 1998 by John Blanchard, who serves as its present CEO. Its clients include Noble, Hendricks and Kosciusko Counties in Indiana, the Plainfield Town Center in Indiana, and the Ho-Chunk Tribal Government in Wisconsin.

By achieving Associate Partner status, NASA Corp. joins the growing community of ISVs that are developing applications for or porting applications to the Sun platform. The benefits to Sun customers include access to a broader range of pre-tested, optimized solutions; investment protection and reduced total cost of ownership through collaborative engineering between Sun and its partners; and a higher level of predictability and support as Sun rolls out its latest technologies and software upgrades.

Specifically, NASA Corp. has ported its case management software products, leveraging the extreme performance of the highly scalable and optimized networking stack introduced by the Solaris™ 10 Operating System (OS).

"We are looking forward to a long, beneficial relationship with Sun Microsystems," said John Blanchard, CEO of NASA Corp. "I have admired Sun products and the company's business practices for many years. All of us at NASA Corp. are proud to be affiliated with Sun in this way."

With the Solaris 10 OS, NASA Corp. customers have access to the popular features that are unique to this operating system, such as Dynamic Tracing (DTrace), Predictive Self-Healing, Solaris Containers and Solaris ZFS. These sophisticated features of the Solaris 10 OS provide NASA Corp. customers with increased network security, optimal performance and less overall server downtime.

For more information about NASA Corp. and its case management software systems, please contact Amy Johnson at 866-627-2641 or access the website at http://www.nasatrack.com.

About the Sun Partner Advantage Program

Introduced in September, 2005, the Sun Partner Advantage Program, for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), is designed to make it easier for ISVs to get the resources they need to go to market faster on the Solaris 10 OS, link with Sun's Marketing, extend their sales reach, harness the expertise and connections of Sun's partner ecosystem, and help grow their business. The Program helps create an increased level of collaboration among Sun and its ecosystem of technology partners. By participating in the Sun Partner Advantage Program, ISVs receive simplified, programmatic, Web-based access to the resources they need to help them succeed in each stage of the application life cycle: design, development, deployment, and operation. For complete details about the individual offerings that are available, go to http://www.sun.com/partners/isv.

Sun, Sun Microsystems and Solaris are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries.

Contact: Kathy Chwedyk, Communication Director

National Association of System Administrators, Corp. (NASA Corp.)

3305 South IL Rte. 31

Crystal Lake, IL 60012

Phone: (866) 627-2641

Local Phone: (815) 455-5190

Fax: (815) 455-5296

http://www.nasatrack.com

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