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Optical Image Technology named 2009 KM Promise Award Finalist

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Optical Image Technology was named a finalist for KM World Magazine's 2009 KM Promise Award. The award recognizes organizations that are fulfilling their promise to customers by implementing outstanding, innovative knowledge management solutions that integrate knowledge management practices into customers' business processes.

KM World Magazine, international provider of content, document, and knowledge management information, will announce the winner during the KMWorld Conference, which will be held November 17-19 in San Jose, California. More than 150 nominations for the KM Promise and KM Reality awards were reviewed in 2009, the eighth year of the competition.

OIT's nomination named three clients as examples of the company fulfilling its promise to deliver innovative solutions to meet customer needs: Michigan Millers Mutual Insurance Company (Lansing, Michigan), The Pennsylvania State University (State College, Pennsylvania), and Panhandle Farmers Mutual Insurance Company (Moundsville, West Virginia). The nomination also featured OIT's current DocFinity (http://www.docfinity.com/products/products.htm) release, a browser-based, cross-platform suite of content and knowledge management products, built using J2EE by a specialized team of in-house developers.

"Our long-term success depends on our company developing and implementing solutions that enable customers to succeed and excel within a highly competitive environment. Customer insights play a vital role in our product development and solution relevancy, and help to ensure that we continue to meet their changing needs in a fast-past and changeable marketplace. We are thrilled to be selected as a finalist for the 2009 KM Promise Award, and share the recognition of innovation with customers who are using our technology to redefine their success." – Ron Prichard, President, Optical Image Technology, Inc.




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