VisualSoft Technologies Ltd, a leading software products and
solutions provider, has announced the release of its Internet
protocol components - VisualSoft FTP and VisualSoft Mail - built
for Microsoft Visual Studio.NET. These components, written in
managed code, take advantage of the Microsoft.NET Framework and
can be seamlessly integrated in applications.
Following on its earlier
announcement to introduce components compatible with the
Microsoft.NET Framework, VisualSoft is now releasing VisualSoft
FTP and VisualSoft Mail for Microsoft.NET to provide developers
with the improved functionality in building rapid communication
applications. These components provide flexibility for integrating
into the Microsoft Visual Studio.NET Integrated Development
Environment (IDE) for developing highly customisable solutions.
We are pleased to release VisualSoft FTP and VisualSoft Mail
for the Microsoft.NET platform, says VisualSoft Technologies
chairman and managing director D V S Raju. We believe these
components will add enhanced functionality and value to simplify
application development lifecycle and deployment scenarios.
had recently entered into a partnership with Euclid Inc, USA, a
provider of next-generation IT operational support system (OSS)
solutions, to provide application and infrastructure management
services for Visualsoft clients worldwide. With Euclids
powerful Trinity Services ManagerT (TSM) software and hosted
services framework, Visualsoft clients have the foundation for
optimised, scalable and cost efficient IT operations.
The combined expertise of Euclid and VisualSoft will allow us
to offer customers an ever more comprehensive solution, says
Euclid co-founder and vice-president (strategy and business
development) Sateesh Andhra. VisulaSofts strength in
building application security products and providing systems
integration services for Fortune 500 clients strongly compliments
Euclids expertise in outsourced management of application and
infrastructure for enterprises. In addition, Euclid will also be
able to utilise VisualSofts data centre management and
on-site/off-shore software development experience.
Technologies had reported a net profit of Rs 55.34 million for the
quarter ended 31 December 2001 as compared to Rs 206.46 million
for the same period last year. The income from software sales was
down by 39.65 per cent - from Rs 405.11 million in DQ-00 to Rs
244.49 million in DQ-01. The other income was at Rs 15.94 million
in the quarter ended 31 December 2001 as compared to Rs 11.42
million in the quarter ended 31 December 2000.