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08/31/2006 - iDynaTECH Graduates to STC

iDynaTECH (Interactive Dynamic Technologies, Inc.), a new company in January 2006, started corporate life in the Sirti Incubator at 665 North Riverpoint Boulevard. Now, a mere eight months later, the company has graduated to the Sirti Technology Center (STC) at 120 East Pine. “Incubation at Sirti really helped,” says Greg Patnude, CTO, “we could concentrate on research and development – concentrate on building our technology and the products. Now we have moved into commercialization. We have an amazing technology.”

iDynaTECH’s technology, called DEJA.Technology™, is based on their patented, Java-based, open source platform for data-based Web applications. They have an object-oriented, client-server method of transporting data via the Internet directly to Web browsers and mobile devices. Their time at Sirti allowed them to refine their enterprise level technology platform and prove their concept.

One of iDynaTECH’s first commercial products was a control panel for network administrators that they built for a SafeDesk server (To learn about SafeDesk, visit www.terabytetriangle.com/index.php/id=5&article_ID=390). The co-operative effort worked so well that iDynaTECH has formed a strategic alliance with SafeDesk Solutions and even shares the same space in the STC. “Sharing resources with SafeDesk gives us a real-world store of experience, knowledge, and a proven process,” says Dan Ferguson, iDynaTECH president.

iDynaTECH moved on to designing an e-commerce shopping cart for large to huge operations. Nearly finished, the shopping cart, called DEJA.Cart™, will make on-line shopping “interactive, enjoyable, and easy”. This shopping cart will make it easier for the customer to finds the goods they want, select them, and put things back if they change their mind, according to Patnude. Enterprise applications could include supermarkets for self check out, delivery or curbside pickup, in-store kiosks, or just for printing shopping lists complete with price totals at check-out.

Also in beta testing is iDynaTECH’s system for cross-platform data migration for IBM AS/400 ‘legacy’ systems into an ‘open source’ alternative. Doing this migration would give businesses more choices, at less cost of ownership and maintenance, without disruption in the workplace. The data could be further migrated from the enterprise server to desktops, laptops, and handheld devices. “We’ve proved the concept,” says Patnude. “What was cutting edge in 2000 has changed dramatically. I really like building cool things.”

To learn more about iDynaTECH, visit www.idynatech.com.

Billie Moreland
 
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