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Unify Announces First Composer for Lotus Notes Reseller



  Unify Announces First Composer for Lotus Notes Reseller Agreement with
  Science Applications International Corporation

Business Wire

ROSEVILLE, Calif. -- May 12, 2009

Unify Corp. (NASDAQ:UNFY), a global provider of application development, data
management and migration solutions, today announced a reseller agreement with
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) (NYSE:SAI) for its
Composer for Lotus Notes migration solution.

As a franchise reseller, SAIC, a FORTUNE 500® scientific, engineering, and
technology applications company, can resell Composer application migration
licenses to address the growing demand for organizations that need to
transition their mission-critical Lotus Domino Applications to the Microsoft
Office SharePoint Server and .NET platforms.

As part of their migration services, SAIC can offer Composer as a component
for addressing the custom, complex Lotus Notes applications. SAIC serves
customers across the Federal Government, including the Department of Defense
and the intelligence community, and can offer these customers a possible
solution that could help ensure rapid adoption of the Microsoft platform with
minimal end-user effort. Composer’s capabilities include enabling
“like-for-like” migrations of Notes applications by preserving the User
Interface (UI), all security roles and authorizations, and custom workflow and
business logic.

“We are extremely excited to be working with a company like SAIC, who has the
breadth and expertise to provide customers effective migration solutions to
help them rapidly adopt the Microsoft platform so they can start realizing the
benefits of the investments they’ve made in Microsoft technologies,” said
Kevin Kane, vice president and general manager, Composer Solutions, Unify.
“This agreement with SAIC could open up many new opportunities for Composer
within the Federal Government vertical where Lotus Notes applications are very
prevalent in many agencies.”

“It’s important for our development team to be able to migrate legacy Lotus
Notes systems into a SharePoint environment, while at the same time minimizing
migration issues such as loss of data, business logic transfer or user
experience,” said Nathan Beach, chief technology officer for the Education,
Technology & Policy Operation of SAIC’s Mission Integration Business Unit.
“Minimizing migration issues is essential for us to preserve our customer
investments, and reduce user training time and quality assurance
requirements.”

Composer for Lotus Notes is an application migration solution that decomposes
Notes applications and re-assembles them in the .NET and SharePoint
environments. Composer incorporates standard methodologies, rich migration
technologies and professional services to deliver new applications that
seamlessly integrate into the Microsoft Office platform including SharePoint,
Visual Studio and SQL Server. Composer uniquely migrates LotusScript and
provides customers with a complete solution to quickly and seamlessly migrate
complex, custom Lotus Notes applications.

About Unify

Unify is a global provider of application development, database and migration
solutions that enable organizations to deliver modern, data-rich and cost
effective applications. The company’s software and services modernize and
maximize the development, deployment and performance of business-critical
applications and data, while providing significant and measurable return on
investment for customers. Through Unify’s market leading technologies,
organizations deliver applications that improve efficiencies, increase
competitive advantage and reduce costs. Unify is headquartered in Roseville,
Calif., with offices in London, Munich, Calgary, Paris, and Sydney. Visit
www.unify.com or email info@unify.com.

Contact:

Unify Corporation
Deb Thornton, 916-218-4779
deb@unify.com
or
MKR Group, Inc.
Todd Kehrli, 323-468-2300 (Investors)
unfy@mkr-group.com
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