H&W Computer Systems, Inc. Announces Day One support for z/OS 1.12

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H&W Computer Systems, Inc. has announced Day One support for its software running under z/OS 1.12, which IBM released today.

Participating in the IBM vendor program allows us to give customers confidence that H&W software will perform as expected

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 1.12. This support is available for H&W's SYSB-II®, SYSD®, CPMS®, WebTek®, SYSS®, SYSJ®, and SYSM® software. H&W provides Day One support as part of the ongoing investment in its software portfolio to enhance value for customers and prospects alike.

"Ensuring that our products are current with the latest operating systems is a commitment we've always understood and honored," said Greg Collier, manager of customer relationship strategy. "Day One support lets customers know that H&W software will provide reliable functionality whenever they upgrade their z/OS 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 Advanced Business Partner, can provide Day One support through its participation in the IBM vendor program.

"Participating in the IBM vendor program allows us to give customers confidence that H&W software will perform as expected," said Joe Burns, senior product manager. "We know customers rely on our products to run their businesses, and we're always improving those products to help them achieve their business goals."

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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