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May 8, 1998

A company in Arizona is using leading-edge technologies to develop software for running colleges and universities. Buzzeo ( used Neuron Data's Elements Advisor to develop its ZEOLogix suite of higher education administration applications. Buzzeo's software can be adapted to the fast-changing academic environment by editing a set of business rules.

Neuron Data's tools allowed Buzzeo to work in the Java language, increasingly used by developers who want software to run on a variety of computers and on the Web.

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