EMS-Intelligent Chaos Featured by Oracle for WVU Work

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'Oracle Magazine' showcases the solution provided by EMS-Intelligent Chaos for West Virginia University in the March/April issue. EMS-IC is a recipient of the 2008 Oracle Excellence Award.

Our framework and approach can really help our clients cut costs and deliver solutions that their users truly want.

Tampa, FL -- In recognition of their continuing success in delivering award-winning solutions to their clients, the March/ April issue of 'Oracle Magazine' showcases a prominent feature article speaking to the work performed by EMS-Intelligent Chaos (EMS-IC) for West Virginia University (WVU).

Building on the success of the work performed by EMS-IC for WVU, for which WVU and EMS-IC received the 2008 Oracle Excellence Award, the article highlights the importance of choosing the right partner. In the words of Kate Hazen, the Executive Director of Administrative Technology Solutions at WVU, as quoted in the article, 'Having the right partner has meant everything to us.'

"It's an honor to be recognized by Oracle and WVU for our work in developing intuitive and advanced applications based on web-services," said Elaine Myrback, President and CEO of EMS-IC. "We take pride in working with our clients to deliver value, which is more important today than ever."

Ms. Hazen was further quoted in the article, in regard to the market-leading approach that EMS-IC takes when developing and delivering solutions, as saying, "It would have taken us two years to develop [the solution], but we had something on the ground and running within a couple of months."

"I think it's a sign that web-services technology, and Oracle SOA's Suite, although it's often viewed as complex, can deliver quality results faster than traditional methods," said Jeffrey Mundt, VP on Industry Solutions at EMS-IC. "Our framework and approach can really help our clients cut costs and deliver solutions that their users truly want."

"We're very pleased that WVU has had such success in partnering with us, and look forward to continuing our relationship," said Ms. Myrback. "We're also happy to have WVU featured in a presentation we're giving at the upcoming Alliance higher education conference for eBusiness Suite and PeopleSoft users. At the conference, which is in Anaheim from the 22nd to the 25th of March, Ms. Hazen, Mr. Mundt, and Stephen Jackson, our Senior Development Manager, will be speaking about the work we've done at WVU, and we're looking forward to the opportunity to discuss this success with other higher education institutions."

The full feature article, titled 'Integrating Applications,' is available at http://www.oracle.com/technology/oramag/oracle/09-mar/o29applications.html.

About EMS-Intelligent Chaos
EMS-IC is an Oracle Certified Partner that delivers client success by bridging technology and applications through the use of Oracle's SOA Suite, with a focus on optimizing business processes that enhance the enterprise (http://www.consultems.com).

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