Imtra selects e-business platform

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Cordjia Marine Solutions, which develops Web-based business management solutions for the marine industry, announced that Imtra Corp. selected its Customer Experience Portal as its new e-business platform.

Imtra also will use the portal for its Maximum Weather Instruments subsidiary.

"Our goal is to further strengthen our customer relationships," said Eric Braitmayer, vice president of marketing for Imtra, in a statement. "Imtra is a customer-oriented company and this investment represents our continued effort to develop systems and services that exceed our customers' needs. The CEP delivers a state-of-the-art e-business platform that will inform, educate and support our customers way beyond our current capabilities."

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