COOL business

November 26, 1999

Sheffield Hallam University has received Pounds 1.4 million worth of software licences for specialised development of e-business solutions.

The licences from Sterling Software's application international group will allow 120 undergraduate students to work with COOL:Gen model-based application development tools, used by British Airways and the Post Office, among others.

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