Cleanscape Software to address growing need for Linux application development tools
San Jose Calif -- August 15 2000 -- Cleanscape Software International announced today at the LinuxWorld Expo, their formation and intention to provide broad-based software tools for supporting Linux® application development. Cleanscape is a privately held company with revenue from its worldwide customer base and partially funded by private investors.
"Cleanscape's product portfolio started with products and technology we acquired from IPT Corporation, a Fremont, California-based software incubator. This venerable product line came with more than 1,500 existing enterprise-class customers and a solid revenue stream," said Ted Batha, president and CEO of Cleanscape. "Combined with private investment, the strength of our existing product and service revenue provides a solid foundation to attack the challenges faced by the software development community, particularly in the Linux environment."
Cleanscape's product line includes: static source-code analyzers for "C" and Fortran, a software build management system, a test automation tool set, an automatic code generator that creates code from patterns for multiple platforms, and a "C" development environment for MIL-SPEC 1750A processors. Products to be introduced in the next year will address software developers' needs to expedite enterprise and end-user Linux application development.
Mr. Batha, chief financial officer Tim Moriarty and chief technology officer Monty Swaiss co-founded Cleanscape in 1999. Mr. Batha has over 25 years of experience in software engineering and engineering management and previously worked for LynuxWorks and Delfin Software. Mr. Batha holds a BS degree in mathematics and computer science from the University of California at Davis.
Mr. Moriarty has been a financial manager in high growth, high technology companies for over 20 years. Mr. Moriarty is also founder and principal of Venice Resources, a financial consulting firm for Silicon Valley startups. Mr. Moriarty holds a BSc degree from Mount St. Mary's College (Maryland) in Economics and MBA from the Wharton School of Business.
Mr. Swaiss is one of several key employees who joined Cleanscape from IPT. Mr. Swaiss has 11 years of experience with the IPT products and served as the director of the IPT division that produced them. Mr. Swaiss holds a BS degree in computer science and engineering from San Jose State University.
Rounding out the management team is Brent Duncan, director of marketing who formerly directed marketing and communications departments at Honeywell SE, Westinghouse Security Electronics and Auspex Systems. Mr. Duncan holds a masters degree in organizational management, and a bachelors degree in communications and public relations.
Cleanscape Software International is a leading innovator of automated software development and testing solutions that simplify build environments, enabling customers to shorten development cycles, optimize resources, increase product quality with the aim of increasing our customers return on investment.
Cleanscape is a privately held company with revenue from its worldwide customer base and partially funded by private investors. Cleanscape is headquartered in San Jose, California, and maintains development, support and sales offices in Los Angeles. For more information please call 800.944.5468, 408.978.7000, or visit our website at www.cleanscape.net.
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