H&W Computer Systems, Inc. Announces Day One Support for CICS 4.1

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H&W announces Day One support for its software running under CICS for z/OS release 4.1.

We make every effort to instill in customers the utmost confidence in our software, which they rely on for their important business operations

H&W Computer Systems, Inc. (H&W) today announced Day One support for its software running under IBM's CICS Transaction Server for z/OS, release 4.1 (CICS 4.1). Day One support is part of H&W's ongoing commitment to assure customers that its software will be ready to integrate smoothly into their environment, no matter how soon they choose to upgrade. This support is available for H&W's SYSB-II, SYSD, CPMS, WebTek, SYSJ, SYSM, and Wizard Mail software.

"Whenever our customers are ready to upgrade to a new release of CICS, our software is ready for them," said Chuck Weir, Vice President of H&W's Enterprise Management division. "We have diligently tested our products to ensure they are compliant with this newest release of CICS, from the very first day of its release."

H&W creates mainframe software that helps companies perform operations throughout more of the business day, or perform those operations more efficiently. To give customers confidence that its products are ready for use with new IBM software releases, H&W participates in the IBM vendor program.

"We make every effort to instill in customers the utmost confidence in our software, which they rely on for their important business operations," says Johnathan Crossno, senior product manager. "We want to make sure that our software 'just works' for customers, plain and simple."

About H&W
Headquartered in Boise, Idaho, H&W has been a leading provider of quality software solutions since 1979. H&W creates reliable, technically sound solutions that provide long-term value. Today, hundreds of corporations worldwide, including many Global 500 companies, trust H&W for their IT software and services needs. For more information, visit http://www.hwcs.com.

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