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PreEmptive Solutions Begins 2008 with Record Growth

Five New Product Releases and the Launch of a Professional Services Organization

PreEmptive Solutions announced that it has launched a Professional Services organization and is shipping new releases of DashO, Dotfuscator Gold, Dotfuscator Professional, Dotfuscator Community Edition (CE) and Dotfuscator CE Enhanced.

"PreEmptive experienced record-breaking demand for our products and expertise in 2007,” said Gabriel Torok, president, PreEmptive Solutions. “We are very proud to be able to further support that demand today with significant enhancements across our entire family of products backed up by our first-ever professional service offering.”

The new releases include:

  • DashO Version 3.4 includes enhanced obfuscation and an improved User Interface (UI). It is also the first Java-based production application to leverage Runtime Intelligence to improve evaluation management.
  • Dotfuscator Professional Version 4.2.5 includes support for Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5. Also included is the ability to inject application analytic logic entirely through the UI – custom attributes are no longer required.
  • Dotfuscator Gold Version 1.1 includes all of the Professional enhancements and further automates and exposes additional Microsoft Software Licensing and Protection (SLP) Service licensing functionality to license by application and feature usage counts, all with no programming.
  • Dotfuscator CE is distributed with Visual Studio 2008 by Microsoft Corporation and supports the Visual Studio enhancements included in this major release.
Dotfuscator CE Enhanced is available at no cost to registered CE users and, in addition to a native Visual Studio UI, now includes the ability to instrument .NET applications with PreEmptive Solutions application analytic technology. Now, subscribers to the Runtime Intelligence analytics service can monitor applications obfuscated with CE Enhanced.

“Our development organization has been working overtime to improve and expand our products,” said Sebastian Holst, senior vice president of Sales and Marketing, PreEmptive Solutions. “Now, with the launch of our professional service offerings, our clients will also benefit from the expertise and best practices we have developed over the past decade supporting our more than 3,000 corporate clients.”

Professional Service offerings include:

  • Application security tune-up for organizations wanting to ensure that they are automating best practices or consistently applying application security controls across development projects.
  • Beta software adoption and usage monitoring and analysis for organizations that want to have complete transparency into the adoption, behavior and stability of early release software.
  • ISV software evaluation process management for ISVs that want to reduce the cost of and the revenue from the software evaluation process.

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