Tucson's GroupSystems Corp. donates decision-making products and services to U.S. White House
TUCSON, Ariz., Nov. 4, 2004 -- GroupSystems' President, Luis F. Solis, made good on a promise to contribute his company's high-tech, decision-making products and services to the White House, regardless of who wins. During a presentation at the University of Arizona, Eller C ollege of Management, MIS Department's 30th Anniversary conference, Solis said, "Our nation needs the smartest and most efficient decision-making processes to cope with issues facing all of us over the next four years."
Founded in Tucson, GroupSystems Corp. emerged in the 1990s from a joint venture between the University of Arizona and IBM Corp. GroupSystems has since pioneered the category of digital meetings and collaborations. The company's products and services leverage extensive research in the areas of business process management, electronic decision support and online collaboration.
Major government and U.S. military organizations have derived significant cost, time and quality benefits from the company's products. Customers include the Homeland Security Administration, the CIA, the House of Representatives, all four branches of the military and the Federal Reserve.
"It makes sense to offer this proven technology and our solutions for use by the executive branch at a critical time in our nation when Internet-based, secure tools to make better decisions are in such great demand," stated Solis.
GroupSystems Corp. Luis Solis, 303-468-8680, ext. 168 firstname.lastname@example.org
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