The Seattle-based company introduces Trimaran 2000 to provide users with procedures, project management aids, and software tools needed to manage the Y2K bug.
The Seattle-based company today unveiled Trimaran 2000, which provides users with procedures, project management aids, and software tools needed to manage the Y2K bug.
Systemic claims their package addresses all possible aspects of the Year 2000 problem, including company-wide operations and interdependent business systems.
Priced at $300, Trimaran 2000 provides a blueprint for how to organize a company-wide Year 2000 project and other techniques to bring a company's employees up to speed on related technology problems associated with the bug.
The company says managers can customize step-by-step procedures to carry out Year 2000 tasks in five areas of risk: computers and technology, vendors and suppliers, regulators and government agencies, operations and embedded systems, customers and distributors.
The package also includes inventory checklists, vendor letters and templates, customizable awareness and status presentations.
Systemic has also partnered with a number of Year 2000 tool vendors that also include their products in the Trimaran 2000 package.