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4Sight Technologies Named One of CIO Review's 10 Most Promising Aerospace Tech Consulting Providers

Enterprise software and IT professional services company maintains long-standing track record of delivering high-quality technology solutions to leading aerospace defense contractors

BOSTON, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 4Sight Technologies (www.4sighttech.com) today announced that CIO Review magazine has named it among its "10 Most Promising Aerospace Tech Consulting Providers." Driving smarter decision-making through innovative technology for international enterprises and government organizations, 4Sight was one of more than 300 companies analyzed by CIO Review's editorial research team and identified for being at the forefront of tackling enterprise challenges.

4Sight Technologies delivers enterprise software and IT consulting services

"4Sight Technologies has been on our radar for some time and we are happy to showcase them this year due to their continued excellence in delivering top-notch, technology-driven solutions," said Harvi Sachar, publisher and founder, CIO Review. "4Sight's solutions continue to break new grounds benefiting its customers around the globe and we're excited to have them featured on our top companies list."

CIO Review is a technology magazine that showcases enterprise solutions capable of redefining the business goals of tomorrow's enterprises. It is an objective source of information for technology decision makers and constantly endeavors to identify "the best" in a variety of areas important to tech business. With a special focus on companies that offer technology consulting solutions to the aerospace sector, CIO Review editors chose the final list of the "10 Most Promising Aerospace Tech Consulting Providers" through nominations and consultations with industry leaders. 4Sight, along with the other recipients, is showcased in the March issue of CIO Review.

Hernan Clarke, CEO, 4Sight Technologies, said, "It is an honor to be recognized for our work in the aerospace industry. Our first client was a major aerospace defense contractor and we are still working closely with them to deliver innovative solutions that maximize productivity and efficiency across their organization. 4Sight is a transformation company. Over the years, we've helped many clients intertwine IT and corporate thought processes driving business transformation, streamlining operations and increasing profits—and we look forward to many more successful relationships with forward-thinking global organizations."

About CIO Review
CIO Review is a technology magazine that focuses on enterprise solutions that can redefine the business goals of tomorrow's enterprises. It is the leading source of information on innovative enterprise solutions developed by established solutions providers and upcoming hot enterprises, and is a neutral source for technology decision makers. Published from Fremont, Calif., CIO Review is an excellent platform for the enterprise to showcase its innovative solutions. While the U.S. enterprise market is growing exponentially, there is a vacuum among entrepreneurs of enterprise startups. CIO Review acts as a platform allowing high-level executives in the enterprise to share their insights, which in turn will help the enterprise startup ecosystem. Technology and business leaders benefit from analysis on information technology trends and a better understanding of the role that enterprise solutions play in achieving business goals.

About 4Sight Technologies
4Sight Technologies empowers international enterprises to achieve greater operational efficiency and more strategic long-term success through business intelligence and in-depth data analysis. Founded in 1997, the enterprise software and IT professional services company creates comprehensive technology solutions for organizations across various industries including banking and finance, insurance, aerospace, transportation, defense, and government. Its proprietary enterprise performance and optimization platform helps clients streamline operations and attain enterprise efficiency. 4Sight Technologies is headquartered in Boston with a Center for Excellence and Latin American headquarters in Panama, and software development and corporate offices around the world. For more information, visit www.4sighttech.com or join the conversation on Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook.

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