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Actuate Joins Eclipse Board as a Strategic Developer
Actuate Joins Eclipse Board as a Strategic Developer

"We are thrilled to welcome Actuate as an Eclipse Strategic Developer," said Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation Inc as he announced today that San Francisco-based Enterprise Reporting Applications specialist Actuate Corporation has become a Board Member for the Eclipse Community, joining existing Strategic Developers IBM Corporation, Intel, and QNX Software Systems Limited.

"We are pleased that Actuate has given the Eclipse open-source community the opportunity to leverage the company's expertise and leadership in enterprise reporting technology," Milinkovich continued - a reference to Actuate's world leadership in Enterprise Reporting Applications.

"Actuate's participation will further the Eclipse open-source project and contribute to the expansion of the Eclipse ecosystem so that it remains a nucleus for innovation in the software industry," Milinkovich said.

Mark Coggins, senior VP of Engineering at Actuate Corporation, revealed some his company's immediate plans in its new leadership role within the Eclipse community:

"Actuate is honored to play a stewardship role within Eclipse, the most broadly adopted universal platform for tools integration. We look forward to collaborating with the Eclipse community to create BIRT, a reporting and analysis tool to be developed following the open-source principles of transparency and meritocracy, where the best ideas and methods will be incorporated. It is our goal that this project will address the evolving needs of the open-source development community and we welcome the community's feedback and comment over the next 30 days, and beyond."

Founded in 1993, headquartered in South San Francisco and with offices worldwide, Actuate's business intelligence products would represent a welcome broadening of the Eclipse platform, said fellow Board member Dan Dodge, president and CEO of QNX Software Systems.

"We applaud Actuate's decision to offer their expertise and resources to Eclipse and to join QNX, Intel, and IBM as a Strategic Developer," Dodge declared. "Actuate's efforts to broaden the spectrum of tools and technologies available on the Eclipse platform to include business intelligence and reporting will enhance productivity and help span all levels of application development."

Analysts are agreed that this announcement indicates a recognition that reporting and analysis are key functions of every enterprise and customer-facing application, and so represent a very important functionality. Currently it is build into applications by hand coding Java Server Pages (JSP) and there is a general sense that application developers would benefit from open-source technology in this area.

The approval and adoption of the BIRT project by the open-source community, in particular, will provide developers with access to tools that can help decrease development costs related to business intelligence and reporting. The hope is that this will in turn increase innovation in this area.

As Coggins indicated, BIRT will be available on the Eclipse Foundation Web site for public review and comment over the next 30 days:

 Chairman of the Board and Chief Architect
Nico Nierenberg has been a software entrepreneur and innovator for over 20 years. He founded Actuate in 1993 and served as CEO until August 2000. As Chairman of the Board and Chief Architect, Nico continues to guide Actuate.s technology direction. Nico is also a Venture Consultant with Accel Partners and serves on the Board of two other software companies, AwarePoint Corporation and Databeacon, Inc. Prior to Actuate, Nico co-founded Unify Corp. and was Systems Software Chief for Rogers, Kirkham and Associates. Nico started his career as a systems programmer and applications developer at SAIC. Nico attended the University of California, Los Angeles and the University of California, San Diego, where he studied economics and computer sciences.

 Chief Executive Officer and President
Pete Cittadini has 20 years of executive and management experience in the relational database and software industry, and joined Actuate in 1995. Prior to Actuate, Pete spent three years at Interleaf, Inc., most recently as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Operations, where he was responsible for worldwide sales, marketing, customer support and services for this $120M company. At Interleaf, Pete successfully redirected the corporation to focus on the lucrative integrated document management market. Prior to Interleaf, Pete spent six years at Oracle Corp, where he was Vice President, Northeast Division, and led Oracle's most successful sales operation. Pete has also held sales management and technical positions at Applied Data Research, CSC Infonet and MacMillan, Inc. Pete has a B.A. in Liberal Arts from Boston College.

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