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[February 28, 2012]

Acsis, Inc. Renews Partnership with Sybase, Inc.

MARLTON, N.J. --(Business Wire)--

Acsis, Inc. today announced a renewed partnership with Sybase, an SAP (News - Alert) company. Already a leading provider of "mobility solutions," Acsis continues and expands it capabilities in product tracking and supply chain optimization.

John DiPalo, CTO of Acsis, Inc. (Photo: Acsis, Inc.)

John DiPalo, CTO of Acsis, Inc. (Photo: Acsis, Inc.)

As Acsis continues to develop new products and services that support customers across multiple industries - including pharmaceutical, life science, chemical, and food and beverage - strategic partnerships with SAP, Sybase (News - Alert) and others to support its mission to provide real-time track and traceability throughout a product's lifecycle and also support their cloud-based strategy going forward.

"Offering the Sybase Unwired Platform as additional delivery option for our ProducTrak Mobile transaction set allows our cstomers to take advantage of their SAP investment while leveraging the Acsis best practice library of transactions and the shop floor integration capability that our ProducTrak solutions offer," said John DiPalo, CTO of Acsis, Inc. "We are confident that our collaboration with Sybase will allow us to continue to bring unparalleled technologies, service and solutions to our customers."

About Acsis, Inc.

Acsis offers an integrated suite of software solutions that provides real-time product visibility at all points in the supply chain, including track-and-trace at the item level. Utilizing the granular information obtained through the Acsis ProducTrak series-data often overlooked by existing enterprise systems-companies can take steps to address internal issues that negatively affect the bottom line, mitigate the effects of product recalls and returns, and otherwise protect their brand. The Acsis platform fits seamlessly into any workflow, and their cloud-based solution initiative gives subscribers access to critical information via mobile devices-anywhere, anytime. For more information,

About Sybase

Sybase is an industry leader in delivering enterprise and mobile software to manage, analyze and mobilize information. We are recognized globally as a performance leader, proven in the most data-intensive industries and across all major systems, networks and devices. Our information management, analytics and enterprise mobility solutions have powered the world's most mission-critical systems in financial services, telecommunications, manufacturing and government. For more information, visit

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