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By | John Oates 24th January 2006 12:38

CCSS gets IBM badge of approval

Big Blue's blessing

Systems management firm CCSS is celebrating today because IBM has renewed its "ServerProven" status of its products and renewed the firm's Advanced Partner status.

For applications to get "ServerProven" they must run properly in a real world environment - so customers can be confident they can be installed without causing problems.

Customers in North America, Canada and "North Caribbean" also qualify for discounts - anyone buying a ServerProven application and an iSeries server gets up to $68,000 discount.®

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