Princeton Softech Delivers Breakthrough Application Testing Solution Wednesday 25 July 2001 PDF Print Relational Tools™ and Move for Legacy™ improve application quality, reliability and time-to-market Princeton Softech, a subsidiary of Computer Horizons Corp. (Nasdaq: CHRZ), today released the Relational Tools™ 5.0, a leading application testing toolset that intelligently processes related sets of data in both DB2 and legacy files. This enterprise-scale product suite provides a proven method for streamlining some of the most time-intensive application testing tasks including extracting, migrating, editing and comparing related sets of data. The new release features Move for Legacy™, a new product that quickly and easily integrates data from VSAM and sequential files with DB2 sources into a single, consistent test environment. “Inaccurate or incomplete test data means flawed application testing, which can lead to disaster,” said president and CEO of Princeton Softech, Lisa Cash. “But the complexity of accurately testing DB2 and legacy data can require duplicating the entire heterogeneous production environment or countless hours of custom software development. This wastes hardware capacity and valuable IT staff time and doesn't even produce reliable results. Our Relational Tools solve this problem by quickly building test databases with 100 percent accuracy and enabling thorough testing using every possible scenario, to streamline development projects and deliver applications that work.” “With Move for Legacy, we are introducing an innovative concept—a ‘virtual’ or Legacy Table that defines the layout of the legacy record and associates it with a physical data source,” explains Jim Lee, Princeton Softech vice president of product marketing. Creating Legacy Tables is as simple as referencing a COBOL or PL/I copybook and Legacy Tables can be associated to other Legacy or DB2 Tables to create a set of related data. By processing the data transparently, regardless of its source, the Relational Tools’ unique Relationship Engine™ can create federated test data or migrate legacy data to DB2 in a matter of minutes. The result is improved, thorough application testing. Move for Legacy is priced starting at U.S. $45,000. Princeton Softech’s Relational Tools are particularly well suited for enterprises relying on complex relational databases for customer relationship management, supply chain commerce, e-commerce, financial reporting and other mission-critical applications. -ends- For additional information please contact: Jennifer Reese Princeton Softech Tel: +1 609 627 5500 email@example.com Press contact: Catherine Eyres/Mary Brain Strategic Relations Tel: +44 (0) 1494 434434 firstname.lastname@example.org About Princeton Softech Princeton Softech , a wholly owned subsidiary of Computer Horizons Corp. (Nasdaq: CHRZ), is a software products and services company that helps enterprises enhance the performance of their systems by managing data smarter. The company allows enterprises to manage their mission-critical applications more efficiently through ‘active archiving’. By using Princeton Softech's suite of Active Archive Solutions™, companies can identify and move complete sets of infrequently used data to an active archive, while maintaining accuracy, integrity, and business context. Princeton Softech is a leader in enterprise-scale data management solutions, with over 2,000 of the world's largest companies in more than 30 countries using Princeton Softech's products. For further information visit the website http://www.princetonsoftech.com 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 http://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. It is possible that the assumptions made by management--including, but not limited to, those relating to contract awards, service offerings, market opportunities, results, performance expectations, expectations of cost savings, or proceeds from sale of certain operations--may not materialise. 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