Today’s business enterprise is a complex mosaic of information-empowered users with a wide range of information requirements and computer skills, that extends in all directions, sharing information between customers, suppliers, marketeers, distributors, service support groups. financial, and manufacturing.   As these users search for a better quality of information and communication reliability, they continue to be challenged by a daunting landscape of ever changing operating systems, communication technologies, database structures, and user applications.  The growing use of the Internet broadens the horizon as it expands the enterprise to a new universe of information and interactivity with specialized personal data devices, higher performance equipment, and powerful new software options.

Today’s technological landscape abounds with a most formidable and ever volatile terrain.  Organizations must chose between an overwhelming array of network topologies, computer languages, data access devices, computer platforms, and database structures, as they struggle to develop web-enabled client/server applications, exploring the uncharted territories of interconnectivity, on-line performance, access security, internet viruses, infomation sensitivity and system dependability. 

What is needed to flourish in these extreme conditions?  With the wealth of information retained in the vast storage arrays of the enterprise systems, how does your business provide selective access to sensitive information for your users, partners, and customers?  

It is most common to attack this problem with a variety of tools from an assortment of vendors.  This inevitably runs into serious limitations in dependability, functionality, ease of use, scalability, and data access.  What is needed is a single system tool that will allow easy management of cross-platform applications in a heterogeneous environment.  Such a tool must be reliable, powerful, simple to use, adaptable to a variety of technical infrastructures, and designed to satisfy critical business objectives. 

The answer to this dilemma: 
MYSTIQ…  a "Best of Breed", genuine, web-enabled, enterprise-class real-time solution for the ultimate decision support, reporting, and business information intelligence.


MYSTIQ, a strategic web-enabled, enterprise-class system, meeting the challenges of changing technological landscapes and current market needs by empowering organizations and their management to offer every user group in the enterprise the power and the functionality they need to access and analyze corporate information without giving up the control required to keep enterprise networks operating smoothly and efficiently. MYSTIQ provides the business industry’s most comprehensive suite of reporting, material management, and  analysis tools available, specifically designed to provide maximum functionality for every level of user.



MYSTIQ provides comprehensive web-enabled, client/server business solutions based on industry-specific best practices for the high-end corporate market. MYSTIQ applications are modularized, for multi-tiered or single servers, single or redundant databases, integrated network access, and graphical presentation for information access, and distributed business processes, to provide a web-enabled, client/server solution with the best of system design, scalability,dependability, availability, flexibility and ease-of-use.

Now that web-enabled, client/server architecture is the primary foundation for most enterprise business systems, a new challenge has emerged.  Organizations of every kind now employ web-enabled client/server processing for high-profile business applications such as payroll, billing, and general ledger.  Therefore, enterprise client/server tools must address increasing concerns over controlling transaction processing, information updating, server load balancing, maintaining acceptable levels of security, and ensuring accurate message delivery.  To satisfy this challenge, it is essential that enterprise-wide applications meet new standards for architecture, functionality and support.*


Enterprise Benefits

    • Proven functional depth and breadth
    • Distributed information access
    • Cross industry capability and adaptability
    • Centralized corporate information
    • Re-engineering business and operational processes
    • Highly available, scalable, mission-critical requirements
    • Flexible
    • Scalable
    • High performance
    • Reliability
    • Availability


Web-Enabled Client/Server Benefits

    • Open architecture
    • Desktop productivity
    • Desktop flexibility
    • Reliable, rapid information access
    • Full scalability for the demands of large organizations
    • Dynamic Visibility