Computer Associates International

   Abbreviated CAI. A leading supplier of enterprise applications and services to the corporateworld, including defense contractors and Fortune 500 companies.
   CAI's rapid expansion in recent years has been due to an aggressive acquisitions policy that has led to the incorporation of Legent and Cheyenne Software and to a joint venture with Fujitsu that created the object-oriented database Jasmine.
   CAI currently enjoys success with Unicenter TNG, a collection of applications and tools used to manage enterprise computing.
   For more information on CAI, see

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