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CINCINNATI – July 29, 2010 – Software and services provider Cincom Systems, an IBM Premier Business Partner, announces that Cincom Eloquence™, its document automation solution has been recognized with IBM’s Industry Framework for Government validation.

The IBM Industry Frameworks for Government are designed to provide a platform for implementing government solutions and projects. It is a strategic software platform for implementing smarter government solutions focused on improving citizen services, increasing transparency, enhancing civilian safety and security, and helping achieve a green and sustainable environment.
“We are very excited to receive validation of Cincom Eloquence on the Industry Frameworks for Government,” said Lori Gelter, program director, Cincom Document Solutions group. “The State of Utah’s Office of Recovery Services recently chose our software to streamline their document communications process, and we hope to be able to provide our software and services to other state agencies. Being a part of the IBM Industry Framework is a big step in the right direction to be able to do so.”

Cincom Eloquence provides automation tools to design sophisticated document models that can be dynamically applied to all types of communications. Engineered to deploy via service-oriented architecture (SOA), it produces structured document communications in high-volume batch with the flexibility to generate highly personalized documents on demand while interacting with customers in real time, delivered in any form preferred – print, fax, e-mail or web.

Cincom is an IBM Premiere Business Partner. The two companies have a strong partnership, which began in the late 1960s when Cincom CEO Tom Nies was an IBM Account Executive. Today, Cincom and IBM have over 800 joint customers.

About Cincom (http://newsroom.cincom.com/about/)
For 41 years, Cincom has helped thousands of clients worldwide by solving complex business problems with its software and services.

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