Model Driven Development Continues to Build Momentum : NetBeans, Eclipse & Microsoft getting on the MDD Bandwagon

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Intelliun Corporation, the leading innovator in Model Driven Development (MDD) welcomes the increased interest and adoption of the MDD approach from industry leaders such as NetBeans, Eclipse and Microsoft.

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Model driven application development has the potential to significantly change how businesses think about software development by delivering business results that cannot be achieved using traditional application development methods within the time, cost and resource constraints. As a pioneer, Intelliun has played an important role in advancing MDD and the supporting architectural patterns

"We were delighted when, as part of his keynote speech at the last TechEd Conference in Orlando, Bill Gates described 'modeling' as one of the biggest trends in application development," Intelliun President and Chief Executive Officer, Iyad Jabri, said. "This further validates the market trend and future of software development which was the principal vision for founding Intelliun back in 1999."

The Virtual Enterprise (VE), Intelliun's model driven application development platform, was the first MDD platform to offer end-to-end Web application development using visual models, and is now in its sixth generation with features that further the platform's technology lead. Today, Intelliun's VE software is in use across a wide spectrum of industries and amongst organizations of all sizes.

"Model driven application development has the potential to significantly change how businesses think about software development by delivering business results that cannot be achieved using traditional application development methods within the time, cost and resource constraints. As a pioneer, Intelliun has played an important role in advancing MDD and the supporting architectural patterns," Dr. Richard Mark Soley, chairman and chief executive officer of The Object Management Group, said.

"Momentum is clearly picking up for Model Driven Development and we are working closely with Intelliun as a NetBeans Strategic Partner to offer MDD support to developers using our award winning IDE," Senior Manager, NetBeans Partner Program, Ashwin Rao, said.

About Intelliun

Intelliun Corporation (http://www.intelliun.com) is the leading innovator in simplifying Web applications development. Intelliun's flagship product, The Virtual Enterprise (VE), is a Model Driven Development (MDD) platform for the rapid development and integration of multi-tiered applications and Web services. VE eliminates traditional coding by enabling application development based on fully executable Unified Modeling Language (UML) models.

About the Object Management Group

OMG is an international, open membership, not-for-profit computer industry consortium. OMG Task Forces develop enterprise integration standards for a wide range of technologies, including: Real-time, Embedded and Specialized Systems, Analysis & Design, Architecture-Driven Modernization and Middleware and an even wider range of industries, including: Business Modeling and Integration, C4I, Finance, Government, Healthcare, Legal Compliance, Life Sciences Research, Manufacturing Technology, Robotics, Software-Based Communications and Space.

OMG's modeling standards, including the Unified Modeling Languageā„¢ (UML®) and Model Driven Architecture® (MDA®), enable powerful visual design, execution and maintenance of software and other processes, including IT Systems Modeling and Business Process Management. OMG's middleware standards and profiles are based on the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA®) and support a wide variety of industries. More information about OMG can be found at http://www.omg.org. OMG is headquartered in Needham, MA, USA.

Note to editors: MDA, Model Driven Architecture, and UML, are registered trademarks, and OMG, Object Management Group, MDD, Model Driven Development and Unified Modeling Language are trademarks of Object Management Group. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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