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OAKLAND, CA: Burson-Marsteller, still reeling from the recent decision by Sun Microsystems to put its dollars 10 million-plus account up for review, has added a new client to its tech roster. Versata, a publicly traded e-business software company based in Northern California, selected Burson's San Francisco branch for its global corporate and product PR account. Versata, which did not disclose the value of this business, previously worked with Magnet Communications.

OAKLAND, CA: Burson-Marsteller, still reeling from the recent decision by Sun Microsystems to put its dollars 10 million-plus account up for review, has added a new client to its tech roster. Versata, a publicly traded e-business software company based in Northern California, selected Burson's San Francisco branch for its global corporate and product PR account. Versata, which did not disclose the value of this business, previously worked with Magnet Communications.

OAKLAND, CA: Burson-Marsteller, still reeling from the recent decision by Sun Microsystems to put its dollars 10 million-plus account up for review, has added a new client to its tech roster. Versata, a publicly traded e-business software company based in Northern California, selected Burson's San Francisco branch for its global corporate and product PR account. Versata, which did not disclose the value of this business, previously worked with Magnet Communications.



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