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IMS, Inc. & ICEware Global Services, Inc. Complete Integration Partnership

Oct 25 2013, 3:14am CDT | by PR.com

Syracuse, NY, October 25, 2013 --(PR.com)-- IMS, Inc., specializing in technology driven communication solutions for the accounts receivable industry, has formed a partnership with ICEware Global...

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IMS, Inc. & ICEware Global Services, Inc. Complete Integration Partnership

Oct 25 2013, 3:14am CDT | by PR.com

Syracuse, NY, October 25, 2013 --(PR.com)-- IMS, Inc., specializing in technology driven communication solutions for the accounts receivable industry, has formed a partnership with ICEware Global Services, Inc. This partnership offers seamless integration between a leading accounts receivable letter vendor, and an expert technology provider of fully customizable collections software.

“IMS, Inc. continually searches for partners who are innovative and look to provide an enhanced value-proposition for their customer base,” said John D. Mashia, Jr., President and Chief Operating Officer at IMS, Inc. “Our partnership with ICEware Global Services will allow their customers seamless integration and streamlined access to our complete suite of industry leading technology, data, and letter services. We believe this integration will provide enhanced flexibiliy and operational effectiveness that can help further drive ICEware’s customers revenue.”

“ICEware Global Services is always looking for partners that make data transport and communication seamless and streamlined between our gateway and our vendors gateway. Our partnership with IMS is part of that focus and a great fit for our company and our clients,” Marc Campisi, Chief Operating Officer at ICEware Global Services said. “It’s a big win for our customers, the more opportunity they have to get access to technologies that make running their business more efficient is a win for everyone.”

About IMS:
IMS Inc. is a nationally accredited multi-channel communications provider of enhanced print, electronic and mail communications – servicing a broad base of organizations as well as numerous Fortune 500 in the fields of Financial Services, Insurance, Healthcare, and Collections/ARM. Headquartered in Syracuse, NY, IMS, Inc. is a well-recognized name in the world of transactional document printing and direct mail marketing.

About ICEware Global Services, Inc.:
ICEware Global Services is the premier software choice for the sophisticated agency. ICEware specializes in meeting the demands of agencies whose clients require a more customized approach. Sophisticated high end boutique agencies have demanding clients; these clients need access, reporting and customization way beyond what an out of the box solution can deliver. ICEware is the leader in high availability completely customize solutions for the accounts receivable industry.

To learn more about IMS, Inc. please visit our website at www.imsdirect.com or contact Randy Kahn, Marketing and Communications Manager, at 800-466-4189, or via email at rkahn@immediatemailing.com

Contact Information:
IMS, Inc.
Randy Kahn
315-437-4189
Contact via Email
www.imsdirect.com

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