Princeton Softech Releases Relational Tools for Servers™ 3.1 Wednesday 28 March 2001 PDF Print New Release Enhances Efficiency of Application Test Environment, Frees Network Bandwidth Princeton Softech, a subsidiary of Computer Horizons Corp. (Nasdaq: CHRZ), today announced general availability of the RT Server Option™, a major new component of the Relational Tools for Servers, the enterprise-scale toolset that automates extraction, migration, editing, browsing, comparison and archiving of referentially intact sets of data from the most complex databases. This latest release of the Relational Tools suite, which enables IT organisations to create and maintain test environments, provides the same robust functionality as earlier releases. The new RT Server Option helps reduce network traffic and processing time by enabling data-intensive and compute-intensive functions to be executed on Windows NT and 2000 servers. “With network bandwidth at a premium, the ability to execute on the server enhances performance and boosts productivity for users of the Relational Tools for Servers,” commented David Kanof, development product manager for the Relational Tools for Servers. “With processing handled on the database server, network traffic is reduced and the superior processing power of the server can be exploited.” Princeton Softech's Relational Tools for Servers provides the power and flexibility customers need to streamline client/server application testing. By using the Relational Tools, users can greatly increase productivity in traditional IT tasks such as quality assurance and implement new strategic uses of relational databases in less time than ever before on both client-server and mainframe platforms. The Relational Tools for Servers product family is comprised of Move for Servers™, a data extraction, transformation and migration tool, Edit for Servers™, a relational editor that provides a single point of control for viewing and manipulating relational data, and Compare for Servers™, a utility for analysing and comparing complete sets of referentially intact data, and the RT Server Option. Princeton Softech’s Relationship Engine™ provides the foundation for the Relational Tools suite and Princeton Softech’s Archive™. Employing Princeton Softech's Relationship Engine, the Relational Tools guarantee the accurate assembly of referentially intact subsets of data, no matter how many tables, relationships or database types are involved. Princeton Softech’s RT Server Option starts at $10,000. Details of the Relational Tools for Servers are available online at www. relationaltools.com. -ends- For additional information please contact: Louise Harris Marketing Manager, Northern Europe Princeton Softech, Inc. Tel: +44 1242 229 700 email@example.com Press contact: Catherine Eyres/Mary Brain Strategic Relations Tel: +44 1494 434434 firstname.lastname@example.org About Princeton Softech Princeton Softech (www.princetonsoftech.com), a wholly owned subsidiary of Computer Horizons Corp., is a software products and services company that delivers leveraging technologies for enterprise-scale solutions. Princeton Softech's patented Relationship Engine™ technology enables companies with large databases and large amounts of data to manage their mission-critical applications through database’s referential integrity in its business context. Over 2,000 of the world's largest companies in more than 30 countries use Princeton Softech's products and services. About Computer Horizons Corp. Computer Horizons Corp. (Nasdaq: CHRZ) is a strategic e-Business solutions and professional services company that is powering a new breed of rapid growth Web developers. With thirty years of experience, CHC is a global leader in systems integration, migration and innovation, enabling companies to stay ahead of the technological curve. By leveraging its core business in IT services, CHC is offering a new breed of professional services through its E-Solutions Group, including its Princeton Softech and Chimes subsidiaries, to enable its Global 1000 customer base to compete in this new digital business environment. For more information on Computer Horizons, please visit our Web site at www.computerhorizons.com. Except for historical information, all of the statements, expectations and assumptions contained in the foregoing are “forward-looking statements” (within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995) that involve a number of risks and uncertainties. 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