MAKE Announces a Major Modernization Project With P2 Energy Solutions Alberta ULC

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MAKE Technologies is pleased to announce a major modernization contract with P2 Energy Solutions Alberta (formerly Qbyte), a subsidiary of P2 Energy Solutions Inc. MAKE will assist P2 Energy Solutions Alberta to modernize and develop a new production accounting application that enables users to be more productive and effective.

MAKE Technologies is pleased to announce a major modernization contract with P2 Energy Solutions Alberta (formerly Qbyte), a subsidiary of P2 Energy Solutions Inc. Under the terms of the contract, MAKE will assist P2 Energy Solutions Alberta to modernize and develop a new production accounting application that enables users to be more productive and effective. The new product will fuse MAKE's legacy modernization technology and design capability with the proven and comprehensive business logic contained in the Qbyte PRISM production accounting application.

Peter Huggard, president, P2 Energy Solutions Alberta comments, "Access to MAKE's usability specialists and advanced software libraries are invaluable in creating a truly rewarding user experience. Our new product will include features such as dynamic navigation, heuristic search, graphical workflow and property and process visualization to ensure the new application is efficient and easy to use."

"We are thrilled with this contract with P2 Energy Solutions Alberta," says Bill Bergen, president and CEO of MAKE Technologies. "Through earlier collaboration, we were able to demonstrate the power of our Transformational Legacy Modernization (TLM) technology in the context of their Qbyte PRISM product. Further to this, we completed an initial contract to extract, inventory and classify the business logic contained in Qbyte PRISM."

"We are now moving to the visual design and usability phase," Bergen adds, "which includes such things as simplicity, user forgiveness and feedback and alignment with the user's mental model. This project once again demonstrates TLM's proven modernization effectiveness- whether for independent software vendors or for one-off mission-critical systems."

Mr. Huggard continues, "The timing of this project is perfect to take full advantage of the significant advances offered by Web 2.0. Qbyte PRISM already enjoys widespread acceptance in the marketplace. In order to build upon this market leadership, we are focusing our efforts on creating the most rewarding user experience imaginable to ensure users get more out of their day."

About MAKE Technologies Inc.
MAKE Technologies Inc. is an industry leader in legacy to SOA modernization and is revolutionizing the way organizations modernize and integrate their applications for deployment in an increasingly Web-oriented, user-centric world. Launched in 1999, MAKE has led the way in legacy modernization technology for the Java EE and other leading platforms. MAKE is headquartered in Vancouver, BC, Canada. For more information about MAKE Technologies, go to http://www.maketechnologies.com

About P2 Energy Solutions Inc.
P2 Energy Solutions focuses on the development and support of data, software and enterprise services to meet the information and business process needs of the energy industry. P2 Energy Solutions is the oil and gas industry's most comprehensive source of asset management solutions including Entelligent, Enterprise Upstream, Excalibur, Qbyte, Enterprise Land, Reserves Management, Tobin GIS Studio™ and Tobin SuperBase®. With solutions deployed at more than 500 companies worldwide, P2 Energy Solutions enables clients to achieve greater productivity while maintaining effective controls.

The company has an 80-year history of serving the oil and gas industry and understands its workflow processes. P2 Energy Solutions has the breadth and depth of expertise to meet the expanding financial, operational and data management needs of energy companies from private independents to supermajors. More information can be found at http://www.p2es.com.

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