Accounting Firm Turns to Mimosa

The Siegfried Group has achieved a 67 percent savings in storage requirements by implementing the Mimosa NearPoint

February 7, 2007

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Mimosa Systems, a leader in unified information management solutions for enterprise content, today announced that the nation’s fastest-growing accounting firm, The Siegfried Group LLP, has achieved a 67 percent savings in storage requirements for its email communications system by implementing the Mimosa NearPoint™ for Microsoft® Exchange Server to archive and recover data stored on its corporate email servers.

In addition to storage reduction, The Siegfried Group has utilized NearPoint’s intelligent mailbox storage management features to dramatically improve email performance, while reducing mailbox recovery times.

Established in 1988, The Siegfried Group today is the nation’s only CPA firm that provides major public companies and other large organizations with high-caliber accounting and finance professionals to address surges in critical projects. Inside Public Accounting ranked the company 24th on its 2006 100 Largest Accounting Firms index. With a 95 percent growth rate, the firm was the fastest-growing CPA firm among the top 50 and is a three consecutive year IPA growth All-Star. The Siegfried Group was also recognized as the third largest firm in the Atlantic/Southeast.

Mimosa Systems Inc.

13441 116483 Newswire 2007-02-06T15:10:00Z 2007-02-06T15:10:00Z Tropitone Furniture has selected Princeton Softech Optim Oracle E-Business Suite Solution to help control its data growth http://www.byteandswitch.com Other Other

PRINCETON, N.J. -- Princeton Softech, the market leader in enterprise data management, today announced that Tropitone Furniture Co., Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of patio furniture, has selected Princeton Softech OptimTM Oracle® E-BusinessTM Suite Solution to help control its data growth. Optim will enable Tropitone to improve performance, mitigate risk and control costs across its Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle databases on a Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition system.Tropitone, a leader in the design and manufacture of casual indoor and outdoor patio furniture, relies on Oracle E-business Suite to manage its customer, manufacturing and sales order information. With the growth of the business came an increase in Tropitone’s application data, which resulted in databases from 250 to 300 GB in size and began to degrade Oracle E-Business Suite performance and availability. To address data growth challenges that impact application service levels, Tropitone selected Optim to archive historical transactions from the modules that generate its greatest abundance of data – Order Entry, Inventory and Work in Process.

“We selected Optim because of its proven enterprise capabilities for managing data growth,” said Walter Cornelison, Director of Information Technology at Tropitone Furniture Co., Inc. “Using Optim, we can continue to meet our service level agreements by keeping our databases and applications available. It will help us satisfy our customers and our business goals.”

Princeton Softech Inc.

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