Edge Technologies

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Edge Technologies, Inc.
Private
Industry Enterprise software
IT Services
Founded 1993
Headquarters Reston, Virginia, USA
Key people
  • Betsy Gorgei (CEO)
Products enPortal, enVision,
AppBoard
Website www.edge-technologies.com

Edge Technologies, Inc. is an American software company, focusing on the integration of secure web applications. Edge provides software products and enterprise services to corporations and government agencies. Edge was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Reston, Virginia. In 2017, the company was acquired by Lotus Innovations Fund.[1]

Edge Summary[edit]

Company Background

  • Founded in 1993
  • Corporate headquarters located in Reston, Virginia
  • The company sells its products worldwide through a direct sales force, distributors, value-added resellers and system integrators.

Company Facts[edit]

  • Holds a technology patent awarded in 2007 for "Secure Portal-Based Information Display and Consolidation Technology"
  • Developed enVision, the first software product to provide a web interface for HP Openview and Network Node Manager.

Products[edit]

  • (Released in 2000) enPortal is a secure, integration Web portal. It lets service providers or large enterprise customers view data from disparate network-management systems through a single Web interface.[2] The enPortal customer base is primarily corporations and government agencies which use network management applications. enPortal offers prepackaged Product Integration Modules (PIMs). PIMs provide pre-built integration with commonly used applications, including products from Concord Communications, Hewlett-Packard, InfoVista, IBM/Tivoli Netcool, and Remedy. Single Sign-On allows the user to log into enPortal, which then automatically logs into all of the other applications integrated into the portal. The software also can automate workflow, normalize and correlate events, and take action based on user-defined rules.[3]
  • (Released in 2008) AppBoard is a data integration/data visualization platform that allows for the rapid development and deployment of real-time business systems dashboards. AppBoard consists of a series of Data Adapters, Widgets, and a dashboard Builder. In 2012, Edge released mobile versions of the AppBoard client for Android and iOS in conjunction with the version 2.2 release of AppBoard.
  • (Released in 2017) edgeSuite is a data integration and data visualization platform that redefines the cost/benefit equation for the development and deployment of real-time business systems dashboards. edgeCore allows you to connect, visualize, and interact with your data in a simple, straight-forward environment. edgeWeb allows you to integrate web-based interfaces. The end result is visualizations that summarize data from multiple sources and can be accessed from any device.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lotus Innovations Acquires Edge Technologies, Inc.". PRWeb. Retrieved 2017-02-20. 
  2. ^ "New Monitoring Products Keep Service Providers In Mind". InformationWeek. Archived from the original on 2012-10-17. Retrieved 2017-02-20. 
  3. ^ "Vendors Look to Pool Management Data". NetworkWorld. Retrieved 2017-02-20. 

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