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Technology Services Group Named Alfresco 2014 Americas Partner of the Year

Technology Services Group, Inc. the leading provider of open Enterprise Content Management solutions for the Fortune 1000, announced today their recognition as Alfresco’s 2014 Americas Partner of the Year. Since partnering with Alfresco in 2006, TSG has successfully migrated a wide range of customers in a variety of industries from legacy ECM implementations to Alfresco highlighted by multiple large migrations in 2013 and 2014 . TSG’s exceptional performance for clients included delivering both migration tools and expertise as well as modern, innovative Alfresco business solutions based on TSG’s proven, configurable, open software products.

“TSG is excited to be named Alfresco America’s Partner of the Year for 2014,” said Dave Giordano, CEO and Founder of Technology Services Group. “Our partnership and collaboration with Alfresco continues to inspire and motivate our team to improve our services and products to make our clients, Alfresco and TSG successful. More and more, our customers are asking for modern tools like Alfresco that legacy providers can’t deliver. Over the next twelve months, we are anticipating continued success with Alfresco for multiple industries but particularly with solutions including compliance for highly regulated industries as well as case management for financial services and other applications.”

"Thanks to the incredibly hard work of our thriving partner community, we are thrilled to recognize Technology Services Group as the Alfresco Partner of the Year for the extraordinary work they have achieved over the past year through our joint partnership and collaboration," said Martin Musierowicz, VP of Worldwide Channels. "By offering ECM migration expertise as well as software products based on Alfresco, Technology Services Group has been able quickly convert clients struggling with legacy ECM solutions to modern, intuitive solutions on Alfresco.”

Since 2006, Technology Services Group has done a wide range of innovative and successful projects with Alfresco that are highlighted online including United Cerebral Palsy and The New York Philharmonic.

Technology Services Group Products and Solutions for Alfresco Include:

Document Control and Compliance Solution for Regulated Industries - The TSG Document Control and Compliance Solution for Regulated Industries allows customers to manage their controlled documents in a compliant manner for regulated industries including life sciences, manufacturing, plant and facilities.

Policy and Claim Solution for Insurance - The TSG Policy and Claim Solution for Insurance allows customers to document processing capabilities to their existing data driven policy and claim systems.

Digital Archive and Retrieval Solution - The TSG Digital Archive and Retrieval Solution provides archivists with simple tools for adding meta data and tagging content including photos, videos, images and office documents.

OpenMigrate - OpenMigrate’s provides and open source tool with the capabilities to address both one-time and ongoing migrations with a flexible and high performance architecture.

About Technology Services Group, Inc.

Technology Services Group (TSG), founded in 1996, is a leading integrator and developer of open solutions for content management packages including Alfresco. TSG products, services and people are renowned for their innovative approach and business benefits. Visit www.tsgrp.com for more information.

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