INSTANTIS EnterpriseTrack PMO Edition Named CODiE Award Finalist

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EnterpriseTrack PMO Edition recognized by the Software & Information Industry Association in project management software category

Instantis, a leading provider of project portfolio management software used by business process and IT leaders to improve strategy execution and financial performance, announced today that EnterpriseTrack PMO Edition was recognized by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) as a 2009 CODiE award finalist in the project management software category. Established in 1986, the CODiE Awards celebrate outstanding achievement and vision in the software and digital information technology industries.

CODIE Award judging is performed by an independent panel of journalists, expert practitioners and peer reviewers. The selection of EnterpriseTrack was based on its performance in the key judging criteria categories: ease of use, functionality and robustness of offering. The finalists across all software and technology categories were chosen from more than 850 nominations submitted by 600 companies.

According to SIIA president Ken Wasch, "The competition is particularly steep this year during the 24th Annual SIIA CODiE Awards, making selection as a CODiE Finalist a real achievement."

"We believe the judges were particularly impressed with our ability to deftly manage multiple project portfolio types in a single on-demand system," said Wayne Caccamo, VP of marketing at Instantis. "This is a nice validation of our core differentiation and market direction."

About INSTANTIS
Instantis is a leading provider of project portfolio management software used by business process and IT leaders to improve strategy execution and financial performance. Leading global corporations like Abbott, BP, DuPont, France Telecom, Lilly, Lenovo, Motorola and Xerox rely on a single system called EnterpriseTrack to fulfill the distinctive requirements of their strategic project portfolios such as PMO, IT, Six Sigma and Lean.

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