VANCOUVER, Wash., May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- GWI Software has learned that *The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is utilizing c.Support(R) to support the mission-critical applications currently being utilized to track the outbreak of the H1N1 flu virus in the United States.
A Customizable Support Software Package
c.Support is a powerful, flexible, web-based service and support management tool that is highly customizable to the unique processes and requirements of its users. "We are very glad that our software is being used in any capacity for such a critical concern to our nation," said Daren Nelson, CEO of GWI Software. "It is comforting to know our country is utilizing state of the art technology to ensure our public safety."
About GWI Software
GWI Software (www.gwi.com) is a leader in providing powerful, yet flexible support solutions for IT help desk applications. With 3,000 installations in organizations worldwide, GWI's highly customizable service automation solutions are used by companies such as Panasonic, State of Missouri, SAIC, Check Free, and Telesat Canada. The company is privately held and based in Vancouver, Washington.
* The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has licensed software from GWI Software but such license should not be construed as an endorsement or recommendation by the CDC of GWI Software or any of its products or services.
c.Support is a registered trademark of GWI Software. Other parties' trademarks or service marks are the property of their respective owners and should be treated as such.
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