H&W invests in Day One support to give customers that confidence, so they know the software will provide the dependable, consistent functionality they value, whenever they want or need to upgrade their operating system.
Boise, ID (PRWEB) September 25, 2009
H&W Computer Systems, Inc. (H&W), a preferred enterprise software provider, today announced Day One support for its software running under IBM's z/OS operating system, version 1.11. H&W provides Day One support as part of its ongoing investment in its software portfolio to enhance value for customers and prospects alike. This support is available for H&W's SYSB-II, SYSD, CPMS, WebTek, SYSS, SYSJ, and SYSM software.
"Customer confidence in H&W's software is essential, because organizations large and small rely on H&W to help process millions of dollars' worth of their business every day," said John Baisch, Manager of CRM Strategy. "H&W invests in Day One support to give customers that confidence, so they know the software will provide the dependable, consistent functionality they value, whenever they want or need to upgrade their operating system."
H&W creates mainframe software that helps companies perform operations throughout more of the business day, or perform those operations more efficiently. H&W, an IBM Business Partner, can provide Day One support through its participation in the IBM vendor program.
"Working with IBM through its vendor program gives H&W essential tools to supply crucial Day One support for z/OS-based software" said Johnathan Crossno, senior product manager. "z/OS and its predecessors have been, and continue to be, of key importance to H&W's software, which the company has been building and perfecting for 30 years now. "
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.