“H&W is willing to invest time and resources in Day One activities, enhance current products, and build new ones, all to ensure the company keeps earning its 30-year reputation for quality and service.”
BOISE, Idaho (PRWEB) June 24, 2011
H&W Computer Systems (H&W), a preferred enterprise software provider, today announced Day One support for its software running under IBM’s CICS Transaction Server, version 4.2. 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.
“Day One support shows H&W’s commitment to offer the best quality enterprise software for filling crucial business needs,” said Richard Newman, H&W’s chief technology officer. “H&W is willing to invest time and resources in Day One activities, enhance current products, and build new ones, all to ensure the company keeps earning its 30-year reputation for quality and service.”
An IBM Advanced Business Partner, H&W participates in the IBM vendor program so it can offer Day One support. “Day One support gives customers confidence that H&W software will provide reliable functionality whenever they’re ready to upgrade to a new release of CICS,” said Greg Collier, manager of customer relationship strategy.
H&W’s enterprise software is a key part of many organizations’ business and IT operations. “We know customers rely on H&W software to run their businesses, and we’re always looking for new ways to help them better achieve their goals,” said Collier.
Headquartered in Boise, Idaho, H&W has been a leading provider of business software solutions to corporations and other organizations since 1979. H&W creates secure, technically sound software that fulfills the needs of both the business units and IT departments of companies. Today, hundreds of corporations worldwide including many Global 500 companies trust H&W with their business software needs. For more information, visit http://www.hwcs.com.