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Cognitive Technologies Supports PMO for APS Healthcare
Date:11/19/2008

AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Cognitive Technologies, an IT consulting company specializing in project and program management for the Federal Government and Fortune 1000 companies, is pleased to announce that they have been engaged by APS Healthcare to sustain and improve their Project Management Office (PMO).

Cognitive Technologies initially will be assisting with the management of the PMO for the Corporate IT department. In parallel, Cognitive Technologies' specialists will assess and make recommendations on strategies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the PMO's processes and tools.

"PMOs are all about improving performance and productivity," said Dave Mathisen, CEO of Cognitive Technologies. Dave adds, "APS Healthcare has a keen interest in continuing to advance their capabilities, and Cognitive Technologies is pleased that they have chosen us to help facilitate their PMO maturity."

Cognitive Technologies also works in an ongoing capacity with multiple Government agencies and corporations on IT solutions ranging from implementing a comprehensive Enterprise Project Roadmap (EPM) and project/program management services, to MS Project Server or MS SharePoint projects, schedule and time management tools, and user-centered requirements definition. For more detail, visit http://www.epmroadmap.com/index.html and http://www.cognitive-technologies.com/services_projectProgram.html.

About APS Healthcare

APS Healthcare is a leading provider of specialty healthcare solutions to more than 20 million members in the United States and Puerto Rico. The company partners with agencies in more than 20 states, representing more than 40 percent of the nation's Medicaid population. APS delivers customized, integrated healthcare solutions that help people engage in behaviors that optimize their health status. By uniting all participants in the healthcare landscape -- individuals, practitioners and payers -- APS improves overall health and reduces total healthcare expenditures. For more information, visit http://www.apshealthcare.com.

About Cognitive Technologies

Cognitive Technologies, Inc. http://www.cognitive-technologies.com is a professional services firm that delivers technology management services and solutions to commercial and government clients. Operating at the intersection of people and technology, Cognitive Technologies specializes in project and program management, requirements, process re-design, and the implementation of PMO tools. Founded in 1987, Cognitive Technologies has offices in Washington, DC, Atlanta, GA, Hilton Head, SC, and Austin, TX. Cognitive Technologies is a Microsoft Certified Partner and a certified Microsoft Office Systems Solutions Partner.

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