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iQor Named to InfoWorld 100 List of Top IT Projects of 2009

NEW YORK, Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- iQor, a global provider of business process outsourcing (BPO) services, was included in the 2009 InfoWorld 100 Awards Top 100 IT project of 2009 for its biometric-enabled ERP system, TeQ21. This was the first submission for iQor.

"We are honored to be recognized among this prestigious list of companies," said Vikas Kapoor, president and CEO of iQor. "TeQ21 is completely transforming the way we do business, allowing us to work faster, smarter and with the added security biometrics provides. We will continue to develop new innovative technologies for our business and bring new ideas to the marketplace."

The fingerprint-based authentication replaces traditional methods such as passwords on all iQor systems at all of iQor's locations worldwide. TeQ21 uses fingerprint matching for both physical and logical access to all iQor systems everywhere - from doorways to applications. Once a person has been identified and authenticated, iQor's network uses stored rules to give the person access to those and only those systems which they have permission to enter.

The InfoWorld 100 Awards recognize each year the 100 most innovative uses of IT initiatives to further business goals.

TeQ21(SM) is iQor's fully-integrated award-winning technology suite. TeQ21 is a new kind of Enterprise Resource Planning system offering a level of automation, flexibility and ease-of-use not seen in any of the ERP systems on the market today.

About iQor

iQor ( provides business process outsourcing to some of the best-known companies in the world from 21 Centers of Excellence in five countries and four continents. iQor's 10,000 employees work with award-winning, state-of-the-art technology that affords maximum flexibility to iQor customers to tap the best skills of a global workforce. It serves clients from a range of industries including financial services, telecommunications and government. Its services include customer care, customer retention and revenue recovery.

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