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Include Software partners with Guido & Associates

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Asset software users will receive complimentary consultations with Guido, and Guido & Associates clients will receive preferred pricing and expanded technical support.

| December 12, 2010

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Include Software Corporation has formed a strategic alliance with Judith Guido, founder and chairwoman of Guido and Associates, a business management and research firm.
 
Some of the highlights of the alliance include Asset users receiving complimentary consultations with Guido, and Guido & Associates clients receiving preferred pricing and expanded technical support. Guido will also collaborate on providing specialized educational seminars and webinars to Asset users.
 
“We’ve known Judy for years and have always admired her outstanding track record and accomplishments, along with her practical and sophisticated knowledge of the industry. We felt that by aligning ourselves with her, it would be a tremendous opportunity for us to further educate and grow our clients,” says Nanette Seven, vice president of Include.
 
For Guido the alliance is a logical extension of her work. “Technology is a mission critical tool for my customer’s business success. In evaluating their technology needs, I look for innovation, mobility, ease of use, affordability, scalability, support and speed.  As a result, I’ve recommended Asset to many of my clients because it improves both profitability and enterprise value. The team at Asset has done an incredible job with technology, and they continue to provide my clients with a competitive advantage. I’m also really excited about the new mobile technology and dashboards they’ve developed,” she says.

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