Datastream Systems,Inc. announced its support of Microsoft’s Windows Distributed interNet Applications for Manufacturing (Windows DNA-M) architecture. Windows DNA is a framework based on Microsoft technologies that enables multi-vendor software applications to work together in a single, distributed, enterprise-wide system. These technologies include Windows NT, Windows CE, SQL Server 7.0, XML, and COM/DCOM. Datastream has a full suite of remote access products based on DNA-M technologies, including Pocket MP (handheld computer interface using Windows CE) and MP2 WebLink (Internet work request and approval system). Future versions of MP2 Enterprise(TM) are also being developed based on DNA for Manufacturing architecture. Datastream’s e-commerce initiative, utilizes XML technology under a DNA for Manufacturing approach focused on Microsoft Transaction Server, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Site Server and Active Server Page technologies. e-MRO allows Datastream customers to complete the MRO (maintenance, repair and operations) purchasing cycle through on-line procurement.