Memphis, Tenn. — November 3, 2004 — I-many, the leading provider of advanced business solutions for managing corporate commitments, announced at its annual user conference a partnership with EPAM Systems. EPAM is the leading software services provider with advanced development centers in Eastern Europe - providing services for "Certified for NetWeaver™" and "Powered by NetWeaver™" statuses.
About EPAM SystemsEPAM Systems is a leading provider of software development outsourcing services, e-business, enterprise relationship management, and knowledge and content management solutions. Established in 1993 in Princeton, New Jersey, EPAM Systems has technology development centers in Moscow, Russia, Minsk, Belarus, and Budapest, Hungary. EPAM solves complex business and technology problems using a delivery model that combines onsite presence (in US and EU) with Eastern European offshore and nearshore services, and was the first technology firm in Europe to achieve CMMI Level 4 certification. EPAM's customer base includes Reuters, Samsung America, Colgate-Palmolive, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, London Stock Exchange, Encorus, Mandalay Resort Group, Halliburton, British Telecom among others. In the technology world, EPAM provides services to firms such as SAP, Hyperion, BEA Systems, Microsoft, SUN Microsystems, Xelus, and others.
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