SILVER SPRING, Md., June 7 /PRNewswire/ -- DataSource, Inc., a $15 million company which provides information systems engineering, business process reengineering, and network design to the commercial and government marketplace announces that it is developing an integrated, enterprise-wide automated system for the Maryland State Archives. The project covers archival records, special collections, artistic property, and publications for the Archives, as well as finance, accounting and administration functions. Workflow is an important component of the system, as is an interface between the Archive's RDBMS (MS SQL Server) and an HTML-based file management system with both intranet and extranet functionality. The Archives system will be developed as an n-tier client/server architecture. "It will integrate the functionalities of the various stovepipe systems they have currently and give them an enterprise-wide system," said Pamela W. Hopkins, President and Chief Executive Officer of DataSource, Inc. DataSource, Inc. provides information services to various Maryland agencies, including the Department of Transportation, the Maryland Insurance Administration, the Public Defender's Service and others. Founded in 1994 by Pamela Hopkins, DataSource has grown to more than 80 employees and projected revenues of $15 million in under five years. DataSource, Inc. is headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland.
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