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Lawson Selects ACS as Preferred Hosting Partner

January 28, 2010
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Dallas-based Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) says it now has an expanded partnership with Lawson (St. Paul, Minn.) Software as a Preferred Hosting Partner.

ACS has offered Lawson S3 application hosting and system integration since 2000. ACS says this new alliance the solution can lower customers’ total costs, increase customer ROI and maximize the performance of organizations that select ACS to run and manage their Lawson implementation as part of an Enterprise Resource Planning initiative.

ACS will offer remote application maintenance and monitoring, performance tuning, patch management, support desk help, hosting, management consulting, system integration, and business process outsourcing to Lawson customers in the United States and Canada.

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