February 19, 2009 - I would like to take this opportunity to underscore our continued commitment to deliver the highest standards of software and services to our customers. This acquisition brings together two strong organizations, each with a reputation for technical excellence and dedication to customer service. Together we will continue to drive forward innovation and provide an even greater range of market-leading solutions. Through CICS.com (www.cics.com), our joint venture with IBM, we also offer many value-added solutions from UNICOM (www.unicomglobal.com), Macro 4 (www.macro4.com), SoftLanding (www.softlanding.com) , Eden (www.eden.com) and other 3rd party providers: • IBM hardware, software, storage, outsourcing and DR services • Mainframe, AS/400, System i products and services • Document Management products and services • Open Systems and Unix products and services • Domino Notes, Lotus products and services Founded in 1981 in Los Angeles, UNICOM has been providing software solutions to Global 2000 organizations in banking, finance, insurance, computers, manufacturing, retailing, education, and government. With R&D and technical support facilities in Los Angeles, New Hampshire, New Jersey and London, UNICOM provides a broad suite of multi-platform product support worldwide including IBM mainframe, AS400, iSeries, Lotus Notes, Domino, Unix and Open Systems – that address mission-critical issues across the entire technology enterprise. With employees worldwide and through CICS.com, UNICOM, Macro 4, SoftLanding and Eden will focus on one-to-one partnerships with corporate clients to provide extended IT solutions and procurement services for selective hardware/software needs. I am very excited about the opportunities that this new union will bring to our customers. As a single company we will be larger and stronger, with an impressive depth of technological capabilities. I firmly believe this is a very positive development for you as a customer and I look forward to working with you to help you meet your IT and business goals. Yours truly Corry Hong Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer UNICOM Systems, Inc.
+44 (0)7940 584161
UNICOM Global consists of more than fifty (50) corporate entities encompassing a wide range of businesses across all geographic regions. With its corporate headquarters in Los Angeles, California, to offices in Illinois, Kentucky, Florida, Massachusetts, Maryland, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Carolina, New Jersey, Texas and Virginia, throughout EMEA in the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland and the UAE, and across Asia/Pacific with locations in Japan, China, India, Australia, Korea, Thailand, Taiwan and the Philippines.
UNICOM Global offers deep in-house resources and flexible IT solutions to our partners worldwide. UNICOM Global focuses on acquiring and integrating mature and growing mid-cap NASDAQ, London Stock Exchange AIM and German publically-traded companies in technology, financing, IT, real estate, and business services. Please visit our websites for additional information about the services, products and solutions that UNICOM Global offers:
The UNICOM Systems technology division delivers world-class CICS automation and z/OS and z/VM software solutions to IBM Z customers globally, integration services and solutions to commercial and government organizations, and application development tools for Linux/Unix and Windows customers.
UNICOM's flagship product, AUTOMON/CICS, is an award winning solution which powers some of the largest CICS installations worldwide. Today UNICOM Systems offers dozens of mission-critical solutions for a variety of platforms in several categories including Performance Management, Application Lifecycle Management, Storage and Security Management, Application Development and Application Modernization.
SoftLanding, a division of UNICOM® Global, specializes in software solutions for the IBM i and Power Systems platform.
SoftLanding’s application lifecycle management solution helps IT teams to deploy software changes faster, with less effort, and eliminates errors throughout the entire development process.
The company’s enterprise content management solution releases the power of digital communications through web, mobile and email channels, without changes to existing IT systems and applications.
SoftLanding’s automated operations and performance management solutions keep core business systems running at optimum levels and prevent unplanned application downtime. The company’s menu management solutions offer easy access to corporate business applications running on IBM i.
Macro 4, a division of UNICOM Global, develops software solutions that accelerate business transformation. Macro 4’s cross-platform enterprise information management solutions make it easy for companies to go digital, personalize customer communications and unlock the value of their corporate content. Macro 4 solutions for application lifecycle management, session management and performance optimization are used by many of the world’s largest enterprises to modernize their mainframe applications and development processes.
UNICOM Global - Assets, capital and investment management
UNICOM Systems - IBM Mainframe software products
UNICOM Government (formerly NASDAQ: GTSI) - Government IT solutions
UNICOM Engineering (formerly NASDAQ: NEI) Appliance platform
UNICOM Science and Technology Parks
UNICOM Technology Park – Innovation Labs in Virginia
UNICOM Science and Technology Park – Innovation Labs in New Jersey
UNICOM Capital - Business and Financial Services
USRobotics - Data communications products
Memeo - Enterprise-grade Secure File Sharing for the Cloud
Firetide - Wireless technology solutions for security and transportation
DETEC - Document composition products
SoftLanding Systems - IBM i software products
Macro 4 (formerly LONDON: MAO) - Document Management products
illustro - z/OS and z/VSE software products
iET Solutions - ITIL® ITSM software products
Eden - Mergers & Acquisitions, Business & Financial Services, and Real Estate
CICS.com - Hardware, Software, Outsourcing and Professional Services
All trademarks referenced herein are trademarks of their respective companies.