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Ultramatics Works With Google, Ingram Micro as It Leads Convergence of SOA and Web 2.0

SOA Specialist Integrates Enterprise Search Engine Capabilities Enabling Rapid Information Access and Business Flexibility

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 04/07/08 -- IMPACT 2008 -- Ultramatics, a leading technology integrator, today announced that it is introducing a new solution that gives businesses the power of Web 2.0 features and functions in conjunction with its unique Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) systems integration design and development services. The solution is made possible through its partnership with Ingram Micro Inc., the world's largest technology distributor, and the Google Enterprise Professional program that Ingram Micro established with the search engine leader.

The agreement with Ingram Micro and Google enables Ultramatics to offer the Google Search Appliance(TM) and Google Mini(TM) with its UltraStart(TM) Business Solutions product line, heralded in 2007 as winner of the prestigious IBM PartnerWorld Beacon Award for SOA innovation. Ultramatics' proven SOA methodologies and structure provide companies a flexible means of preserving their core legacy system investments while leveraging cutting-edge tools and development languages to streamline programming, processing, enhancements, and new applications integration. Ultramatics' integration of Google search capabilities creates unprecedented advantages for its customers and partners.

"We're taking a major step in advancing the SOA concept and UltraStart Business Solutions," commented Ultramatics' President and CEO Saru Seshadri. "Google search capabilities will be an inherent aspect of how we evolve our SOA offerings with Web-based information sharing across enterprise environments. Coupled with our proven capabilities in IBM WebSphere and related SOA technologies, UltraStart provides a powerful platform for our customers."

"Ultramatics is highly regarded for its expertise and success in developing SOA solutions," commented Bill Brandel, director, market development, Ingram Micro. "They are an ideal partner for the Google Enterprise Professional program we introduced to the solution provider channel -- specifically to deliver unique search solutions to small-and-medium businesses worldwide."

ABOUT ULTRAMATICS

Ultramatics is an award-winning IT solution provider specializing in service-oriented architecture solutions for businesses in the healthcare, financial services, travel/transportation, and telecommunications industries. The company's UltraStart Business Solutions(TM) leverage proven SOA methodologies that approach technology challenges holistically, enabling quick ROI and an IT environment positioned for growth. Founded in 1999, Ultramatics is headquartered in Tampa Bay, Fla., with additional operations in Jacksonville, Fla.; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Atlanta, and Chennai, India. Visit www.ultramatics.com or call 1-877-UMATICS to learn more.

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