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Lotus, Relavis Form Global Alliance

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Relavis says it will deliver on its promise of powerful collaborative CRM by leveraging Lotus and IBM collaborative technologies.

NEW YORK--Relavis Corporation, developer of Relavis eBusinessStreams, a collaborative CRM solution, has announced a global alliance with Lotus Corporation, an IBM company. Relavis says the scope of the alliance includes worldwide joint marketing, collaborative selling, software integration, and shared implementation services.

According to Relavis, they were one of the first business partners of Lotus, and since 1991, has risen through the ranks of the Lotus partnering program. "The Global Alliance marks a new era for Lotus and Relavis working together. CRM is a critical solution segment for Lotus and the way that Relavis extends the collaborative technologies of both Lotus and IBM presents a clear model for the Lotus ISV community. We're excited about the new opportunities this Global Alliance presents us," says Bertram Mandel, Senior Director, ISV Segment, Lotus Worldwide Partner Organization.

"We're proud of the long history of partnering with Lotus that is now entering a new phase. The Lotus suite of collaborative technologies offers distinctive and essential capabilities to Lotus customers considering a strategic CRM solution. Both organizations plan to focus specific resources to attain revenue objectives and drive new business in the marketplace by delivering CRM solutions that leverage Lotus' collaborative technologies," says Robert DeMaio, CEO of Relavis Corporation.

Relavis says the need to better manage customer life cycles, relationships, and interactions, especially in light of rapidly advancing internet technologies has become a strategic focus for today's enterprise. They claim their solutions are uniquely positioned to address this need by bringing collaborative and commerce technologies together in a powerful CRM solution suite, Relavis eBusinessStreams.

For more information, you can visit Relavis Corporation on the World Wide Web at www.relavis.com, or call (212)995-2900.

This article was originally published on January 16, 2001
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