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Cincom Systems Names eLogic Group Partner of the Year for 2012

CINCINNATI, OH -- (Marketwire) -- 01/02/13 -- For the first time ever, worldwide software provider Cincom Systems (http://www.cincom.com) has given one of its partners the distinction of Partner of the Year. For 2012, that partner is eLogic Group (http://elogicgroup.com), a provider of customized IT solutions for engineered product companies.

For the past five years, eLogic Group has partnered with Cincom's Cincom Intelligent Selling Systems division, makers of Cincom Acquire® and Cincom Guru™ software. The two organizations work together to help complex, mixed-mode manufacturers improve their sales processes including improved pricing, quoting and product configuration.

"During the past five years, I cannot imagine a relationship that could be any better," said Jerry Miller, managing director, Cincom Intelligent Selling Solutions division. "eLogic is truly a part of the Cincom family and an extension of our team. We work together with complete transparency. Partnerships such as ours can only be successful with complete openness, trust and honesty."

The companies have completed several successful sales and implementation engagements generating major license revenue contracts during 2012 in addition to significant consulting revenues for both companies.

"It's an honor for eLogic to be recognized as Cincom ISS Division's Partner of the Year," said Michael Shields, CEO, eLogic Group. "Together our companies have built a seamless partnership that leverages our individual strengths -- Cincom's industry-leading ISS solutions and eLogic's deep industry domain expertise in complex commerce solutions. Together we are able to offer our customers the best value in the industry. We will continue this winning tradition as we build upon past successes."

Cincom's Partner of the Year program will be given annually to a partner that exudes Cincom's values of character, competence and commitment.

About Cincom
For 44 years, Cincom has helped thousands of clients worldwide by solving complex business problems with its software and services. For more information about Cincom's products and services, contact Cincom at 1-800-2CINCOM (USA only), send an e-mail to [email protected] or visit the company's website at http://www.cincom.com.

About Cincom Acquire
Cincom Acquire is a multi-channel, multi-currency and multi-lingual selling solution that automates the configuration, pricing and quoting (CPQ) of complex products and services. Cincom Acquire is powered by the Cincom Guru Business Rule Management System (BRMS) that empowers business users to automate complex sales and product knowledge. Cincom Acquire has helped companies streamline their sales processes by delivering critical product and sales knowledge to the point of sale, while significantly reducing "quote-to-cash" time -- reducing proposal generation time from days to minutes and closing deals up to 80 percent faster. Cincom Acquire is the Microsoft Global Strategic Partner for Manufacturing.

About eLogic Group
eLogic is a technology-enabled business improvement consulting firm located in Victor, NY. Since 1999, eLogic has led the movement toward transformational commerce platforms, sales/order configuration technologies and operations/supply chain solutions for specialized product manufacturers. For more information on eLogic Group, visit the company's website at www.elogicgroup.com.

Cincom, the Quadrant Logo, Cincom Acquire and Cincom Guru are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cincom Systems, Inc. All other trademarks belong to their respective companies.

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