STARBASE


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STARBASEScience and Technology Academies Reinforcing Basic Aviation and Space Exploration
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Strategically this is the best step for both Deer Jet and Starbase to grow.
Starbase Corporation , a leading provider of enterprise application management solutions designed to speed the software development lifecycle, today announced that the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (SHA), one of the most visible arms of the Maryland state government, has selected CaliberRM, the Starbase requirements management solution, and StarTeam, the Starbase software configuration management solution, to standardize business processes.
Starbase is the leading provider of end-to-end collaborative products for both the development and management of content and code for enterprise and e-business applications.
The objective of the STARBASE program is to raise the interest and improve the knowledge, skills and attitudes of at-risk youth in mathematics, science, and technology.
Information technology is a business unto itself that requires detailed analysis enabling informed decisions at any stage in the development lifecycle," said Larry Boldt, executive vice president of the Starbase Solutions Group.
Under the terms of the merger agreement between Borland and Starbase dated October 8, 2002, Borland acquired Starbase for an aggregate consideration of approximately $24 million.
Our customers demand robust editing capability with seamless integration, and Starbase has been able to make that a reality through CodeWright.
The agreement with PlanView reaffirms Starbase's commitment to providing best-fit development architecture for customers and extends our ability to meet the productivity and application needs of enterprises," stated Lydia Patterson, Starbase senior vice president of strategic alliances.
Since then, Harrer has implemented measures to increase revenues, reduce expenses and realign the corporate structure to better serve Starbase customers.
As of 12:00 midnight, Eastern Standard Time, on November 8, 2002, approximately 6,674,993 shares of Starbase, or approximately 76.
The executive team, reporting in to Jim Harrer, CEO and president of Starbase, also includes Don Farrow, executive vice president, Jim Smith, executive vice president of Starbase Customer Group, Karen Bennett, executive vice president of professional services and Doug Norman, CFO.
The offer is being made pursuant to a Tender Offer Statement on Schedule T-O to be filed today by Borland with the Securities and Exchange Commission and mailed to Starbase stockholders.