SOURCE: Nexaweb Technologies, Inc.

May 07, 2007 12:00 ET

Wall Street & Technology, Nexaweb, and Capgemini to Host eConference on Leveraging Enterprise Web 2.0 for Wall Street Applications

BURLINGTON, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 7, 2007 -- Nexaweb Technologies, Inc., delivering Richer, Thinner, Faster Enterprise Applications over the Web, together with Capgemini and Wall Street & Technology magazine, will host an Editorial Webcast titled: "'Enterprise 2.0' 101 for Wall Street" on Thursday, May 10 at 12 p.m. EDT/9 a.m. PDT.

This informative event will demonstrate to financial services organizations that there is substance behind the sometimes overused "Web 2.0" terminology. Attendees will learn about new technology tools and the value that they are already bringing to Wall Street firms.

Representatives from Jefferies & Company, Inc. (NYSE: JEF) (, SunGard and TowerGroup will provide key insights into the use of Enterprise Web 2.0 tools on Wall Street. Omer Soykan, senior vice president of Jefferies & Co., will provide an update on his firm's Web 2.0/Enterprise 2.0 projects. Mark Judah, chief technology officer for SunGard's InvestStar*One business, will describe his company's experiences developing and using an Enterprise 2.0 application. Additionally, Matt Nelson, senior analyst in the Securities and Investments research service at TowerGroup, will provide highlights from his recent research report, "Web 2.0 May Be the Future of the Internet, But What Does it Mean to Securities Firms?" Follow this link to register now for this informative event:

Wall Street & Technology editor Penny Crosman, Nexaweb Chief Operations Officer (COO) Dave McFarlane, and Karl Nika, director for the Capgemini Capital Markets, and Investments (CM&I) team, will host a discussion about the application-support and Web-development issues faced by IT management in the financial industry.

About Capgemini

Capgemini, one of the world's foremost providers of Consulting, Technology and Outsourcing services, enables its clients to transform and perform through technologies. Capgemini provides its clients with insights and capabilities that boost their freedom to achieve superior results through a unique way of working, which it calls the "Collaborative Business Experience." Capgemini reported 2005 global revenues of EUR 6,954 million and employs approximately 68,000 people worldwide. More information is available at

About Nexaweb

Nexaweb's Enterprise Web 2.0 solutions enable enterprises to rapidly deploy Richer, Thinner, Faster applications over the Web. With Nexaweb, building Ajax and Java UI applications that access legacy and service-oriented data systems is simple and doesn't require re-writing code. And only Nexaweb's EW2.0 solution is proven by more than 5,000 successful global deployments. Founded in February 2000 and rooted in the MIT community, Nexaweb is based in Burlington, Massachusetts. The company is privately held and funded by institutional investors. For more information, visit or call (781) 345-5500.

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