Cincom Systems


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Cincom Systems

(Cincom Systems, Inc., Cincinnati, OH, www.cincom.com) One of the largest and most experienced software companies in the world. Founded in 1968 by Thomas Nies, who has the distinction of being the longest-serving company chief in the industry, Cincom sells manufacturing, financial and sales force automation applications. It was the first U.S. software firm to promote the concept of a database management system, and it provided the first DBMS delivered by an independent software vendor.
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Cincom Systems, a global software provider headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, recently announced that Alaska National Insurance Company, an insurer that provides a comprehensive spectrum of commercial lines insurance coverage, has successfully implemented Cincom Eloquence[R]; as its new customer communications solution.
Cincom Systems, a software and services provider and an IBM Premier Business Partner, today announced that it is to collaborate with IBM (NYSE: IBM) Business Analytics and Optimisation (BAO) to improve its call centre solution, Cincom Synchrony, through the use of IBM's Real-Time Analytics Matching Platform (RAMP).
Cincom Systems has announced the release of the latest version of its Synchrony customer experience management software.
When Cincom Systems, a software company that builds, sells and supports software for data access and integration, added a PR function to its organization, the first quarter of results was loaded with online media clips.
Cincom Systems launched the latest version of Cincom Smalltalk in the UK at the Object Technology 2004 (OT 2004) Conference in Bedfordshire, on 28th March 2004.
To bridge this gap, Cincom Systems is launching its newest version of its multimedia customer interaction solution for contact centres.
Software company Cincom Systems has established a new application service provider (ASP) division called CinAPPS to provide the company's applications and third party applications over the web.
The disclosure came from software firm Cincom Systems.
The buyer is Cincom Systems Inc, still best known for its mainframe database tools, but since 1996 attempting to establish its Total Framework object-oriented toolkit, with mixed results.
Jack Ginnever, senior system consultant at Cincom Systems, Inc.