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A company in Arizona is using leading-edge technologies to develop software for running colleges and universities. Buzzeo (www.buzzeo.com) used Neuron Data's Elements Advisor to develop its ZEOLogix suite of higher education administration applications. Buzzeo's software can be adapted to the fast-changing academic environment by editing a set of business rules.

Neuron Data's tools allowed Buzzeo to work in the Java language, increasingly used by developers who want software to run on a variety of computers and on the Web.

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