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New Mexico Software Opens Chicago Sales Office; Announces AssetWare 3.0

Monday, December 08, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

Albuquerque, NM, December 5, 2003 -- New Mexico Software, Inc. announced today the appointment of John Osborne as the Midwest manager for the company's new Chicago office. New Mexico Software CEO Dick Govatski said, "We are building our sales organization to help in increasing revenues in the year ahead. The Chicago area is becoming a large hub for new sales opportunities with distributors and end user sales. John Osborne has a good track record in sales with Xerox and other major companies as a strong sales oriented systems manager. John will work out of the New Mexico Software sales office at 5730 N. Talman, Chicago, IL 60659. Our phone number in Chicago is 847-529-8400." "Our sales program is showing strong promise with interest in the product from law firms, publishing companies, government, executive search firms, mortgage companies, financial service organizations, and new key distributors," Govatski said In another development, Rafael Rubio, vice president of technology and product development, announced today major new integration technologies for the company's AssetWare 3.0. The new features will be released in the first quarter of 2004. "One of the most frequent requests from our customer base has always been full control over customizing the application's look and feel on any page in the application," said Rubio. "We've enabled users to customize AssetWare 3.0 with standard web-editing tools such as Microsoft's FrontPage and MacroMedia's DreamWeaver. Our customers have also requested multi-site integration allowing for a 'master library' with many satellite sites running on separate URLs." Rubio continued, "AssetWare 3.0 also comes with new architecture designs giving us significant speed and scalability improvements."

 

 

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