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MKS

(Mortice Kern Systems Inc., Waterloo, Ontario, www.mks.com) A software company that specializes in programming tools and utilities for a variety of platforms. For example, its RCS system for Windows, OS/2 and Unix is a version control software package.
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MKS Partners (2000) invested in the firm, along with three other private equity funds, including Unison Capital.
MKS Toolkit for System Administrators addresses the needs of system administrators by delivering proven industry-standard, command-line, and scripting tools on Windows, in addition to scriptable Windows administration commands.
The acquisition will be carried out as a court-approved plan of arrangement under the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) (the "Arrangement") with MKS shareholders receiving cash in the amount of CDN$26.
MKS, MKS Source Integrity, MKS Integrity Manager, MKS Integrity Solution, MKS Toolkit and MKS AlertCentre are trademarks or registered trademarks of MKS Inc.
AccuBridge for IBM Rational ClearQuest and AccuBridge for MKS Integrity Manager are both available directly from AccuRev.
In conjunction with the Guaranteed Success program, MKS is also pleased to announce its partnership with Nimaya Inc.
gcc Compiler Support - along with Microsoft Visual Studio, MKS Toolkit for Professional Developers and MKS Toolkit for Enterprise Developers now support the gcc compiler for migrating applications from UNIX/Linux to Windows.
The application management challenges facing large enterprises in Asia parallel the challenges MKS has enabled large enterprises to solve in US and European markets:
We selected MKS for its people and support just as much as for its technology, and are confident that the value MKS brings to our business and to our customers will allow us to continue this mutual commitment to excellence far into the future.
Lufthansa Systems especially profits from the optimization and transparency of processes as well as the cost efficiency gained," says Thomas Hornek, Managing Director, MKS GmbH.