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bridgeware

[′brij‚wer]
(computer science)
Software or hardware that translates programs or converts data from one format to another.

bridgeware

Hardware or software that converts data or translates programs from one format into another. See wares.
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The BridgeWare product adds to Transoft's own migration tools, specifically enabling customers to migrate their large data sets in stages, thereby reducing the risk and impact to the business of a single step database migration.
Companies demonstrating interoperability amongst their products in the AS2-1Q07 test round included Axway, Boomi Software, BridgeGate International, Bridgeware, Cleo Communications, Click Commerce Inc.
59 per diluted share, for acquired in-process technology related to the acquisition of Bridgeware Inc.
Its bridge software has been instrumental in the analysis and rating of bridges on the National Highway Network, and is compatible with the AASHTOWare Virtis software and BRIDGEWare database.
Puckett is a consultant to AASHTO on their BridgeWare load rating and bridge design software.
Nasdaq: MTMS) announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Bridgeware, Inc.
Also included was the design of the BridgeWare database that will contain detailed information on the nation's 500,000 bridges.
Companies demonstrating interoperability amongst their products in the AS2-1Q06 test round included Axway-Cyclone, Boomi Software, Bridgeware, Cleo Communications, Compinia, Covast, Electronic Data Systems, EXTOL International, GXS, IBM, iSoft Corporation, iWay Software Inc.
a leading developer of real-time business intelligence software designed specifically for manufacturing enterprises, today announced the signing of Spartan Controls, of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and BridgeWare, based in Anyang, Korea, as the exclusive value-added resellers (VARs) for sales and support of the company's Incuity(TM) EMI enterprise manufacturing intelligence software in western Canada and in South Korea.