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SRA, Patriot Data Solutions in resell deal

July 22, 2010 at 10:54 AM   |   Comments

CARLSBAD, Calif., July 22 (UPI) -- U.S. company SRA International will resell Patriot Data Solutions Group's Crossflo DataExchange line of products under a strategic partnership.

Crossflo DataExchange is a data-sharing software suite that provides the methodology and technologies to minimize the technical, economic and operational challenges of sharing data across different environments and organizations.

Among solutions in the CDX product line is CDX ExchangeBuilder, which enables law enforcement agencies to visually model information exchanges and develop NIEM-conformant Information Exchange Package Documentation, including complete, secure and robust data exchange platforms, and the CDX Enterprise Portal that represents a secure community interface for all identified users.

"SRA has demonstrated a strong history of deploying solutions, such as its law enforcement product GangNet, that capitalize on information sharing," said Patriot Scientific interim Chief Executive Officer Cliff Flowers. "We are pleased that SRA has identified PDSG and its CDX product line as an important enhancement to initiatives that promote data sharing.

"We are excited about this partnership and look forward to working together on opportunities that complement existing SRA deployments as well as future initiatives."

PDSG is a wholly owned subsidiary of Patriot Scientific Corp.

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