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Models created with typical desktop software are often proprietary in nature, or contain proprietary coding or formulas and may present a vulnerability if that information can be viewed, copied, downloaded or emailed. In addition, some software contains both the computational logic as well as the results, for example Excel spreadsheets. Key IP can easily be extracted.

EASA completely eliminates the possibility of IP exposure, as it converts a direct execution of a program or workflow into a browser based app, with only the interface you created being visible; proprietary computational engines cannot be accessed (unless by design).

Thus, you can safely enable users to utilize programs, workflows and models without the danger of inadvertent or deliberate exposure of core intellectual property.


When deploying software tools throughout an enterprise, subtle mismatches of local IT infrastructure (software and hardware) can cause these tools to fail to run properly. Some software, notably legacy programs, often require non-standard operating systems and software, making deployment even trickier.

EASA completely eliminates the possibility of this type of failure, as the underlying software is run on a proven (and secure) server, and access is via web browser from any authorized user on your corporate network, regardless of the locally installed software or lack thereof. An added benefit is that end-users can use mobile devices.

EASA customers have seen 50% or more improvement in initial reliability compared with the typical approach of rolling out software that then resides on local computational resources.

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