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Firms Team On BI For Beverage Industry

A software developer and performance management vendor plan data mining software that will let wine and beverage suppliers analyze sales.

Software developer and IT services firm Offshore Creations partnered with Gwynn Group, a performance management vendor, to develop a business intelligence application for the beverage industry.

The companies plan to create data mining software called SalesLogic that will let wine and beverage suppliers monitor and analyze sales. Under terms of the agreement, Dallas-based Gwynn Group will pay Offshore Creations $50,000 and 5% of sales during the first 18 months after SalesLogic's release.

Offshore Creations is 3-year-old firm with executive offices in the United States and engineering operations in Ukraine, Russia and the Czech Republic.

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