H&W Software Covered for Day One Support with New CICS Release

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H&W is announcing support for its software running under the new 5.3 version of CICS, which IBM is releasing today.

We provide Day One support to give customers confidence that they can upgrade to the latest version of CICS whenever they’re ready. It’s one more way to provide the top-flight service [customers] deserve.

H&W Computer Systems (H&W) has announced it is providing Day One support for the latest version of its software running with IBM’s new 5.3 release of CICS, which is available today. H&W is offering Day One support for the SYSB-II®, SYSD®, CPMS®, JES2Web®, SYSJ, SYSM®, SYSS®, and Wizard Mail software.

“At H&W, we understand that customers rely on our solutions for their essential operations,” said Matt Link, President of H&W. “We provide Day One support to give customers confidence that they can upgrade to the latest version of CICS whenever they’re ready. It’s one more way to provide the top-flight service they deserve.”

As an IBM Advanced Business Partner, H&W participates in the IBM vendor program so it can be prepared to offer services like Day One support. “We watch for upcoming IBM changes to ensure that our software will be compatible,” said Link. “We continue to anticipate the needs of our customers in order to deliver solutions that meet or even exceed their expectations.”

Customers can visit http://www.hwcs.com/info-center/specifications?id=hwcs-pub for more information about specific products and releases supported with CICS 5.3.

About H&W
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.

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