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Exe

(ĕks), river, c.55 mi (90 km) long, rising in the Exmoor, Somerset, SW England, and flowing S across the Cornwall peninsula, past Exeter to the English Channel at Exmouth. Salmon and shellfish are taken from the river; many waterfowl are found along its narrow estuary.

EXE

/eks'ee/ or /eek'see/ or /E-X-E/ An executable binary file. Some operating systems (notably MS-DOS, VMS, and TWENEX) use the extension .EXE to mark such files. This usage is also occasionally found among Unix programmers even though Unix executables don't have any required suffix.
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Actually it is another EXE file which includes the rest of the Bagle.
EXE has stabilized its global business and expects to report results generally in line with expectations," said Ray Hood, chairman and chief executive officer for EXE Technologies, Inc.
EXE currently operates offices in London, Paris, Amsterdam, Cologne and Dubai.
He described how EXE's recent IPO and financial growth allow EXE to expand its product and services footprint beyond closed-loop supply chain execution and global visibility applications, to include pre-integrated industry-specific solution offerings.
EXE Technologies held an opening ceremony for the new office, which is in the new Hansol Building, Yoksam-Dong, Kangnam-Ku, near many of Seoul's largest high-technology corporations, in late October.
In addition, EXE and IBM announced that Pep Boys, a large automotive products retailer in the United States, and Metro Richelieu, one of Canada's largest grocers, are the first customers to take advantage of this relationship.
By putting key project and company information at our customer's fingertips, the Knowledge Center allows our customers to leverage their investment in EXE Technologies," says Ray Hood, EXE President and CEO.
Jimmy Cheah is highly regarded as an experienced IT consulting professional and we are very pleased to have him as a member of our management team," says Don Scales, EXE Senior Vice President for Worldwide Professional Services.
The Channel Sales Program will offer a wide range of benefits to participating partners, including sales and pre-sales training, technical support certification, marketing assistance, EXE sponsored lead generation and qualification activities and other advantages.
EXE Japan market initiatives include targeting both domestic and international third party logistics (3PL) companies and retail, grocery and distribution clients.
DALLAS, May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- EXE Technologies Inc.