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PORT WASHINGTON, June 13, 2014 – Prism Visual Software, Inc. today announced that Lorraine Keating, President and CEO of Prism Visual Software, will receive the “Outstanding Women Owned Business Enterprise” Award by the National Minority Business Council (NMBC). Ms. Keating will receive the award during the NMBC’s 42nd Anniversary celebration in New York.

“Lorraine has been instrumental in shaping the strategy, focus and culture that have allowed us to maintain our strong market share position in Route Accounting Software and grow our mobile component to the leading position in the industry,” said Andrew Kuneth, Vice President, Prism Visual Software. “With Lorraine’s dedication, we have the best possible leadership to create innovative business solutions into our products, providing cost reduction and increases in revenue for our customers.”

Lorraine Keating Bio

Lorraine Keating is the president and CEO of Prism Visual Software, Inc., a software design firm, specializing in operational routing software and located in the larger metro-area of New York City. With a wide range of IT experiences from systems analysis to project management in mainframe, mini and PC network environments, Lorraine worked as a consultant to major American corporations that included American Express, McGraw Hill Publishing, Hertz Rental Car, and KPMG Peat Marwick. She consulted American Express on financial, demographic, subscription and marketing fulfillment systems, investigated and resolved internal systems errors for Hertz, and redesigned a nationwide office automation system for KPMG Peat Marwick. She also taught business design and applications as a tenured professor at the City University of New York. Lorraine holds a BA in chemistry and mathematics from Fordham University and a MBA in Computer Methodology from Bernard Baruch College.

An entrepreneur from the start, Lorraine decided in 1997 to incorporate her consultant business into Prism Visual Software and to focus on the design, publication, and distribution of comprehensive mobile and desktop routing application software for companies with logistical and operational needs. Prism’s mobile solution, MiniMate, facilitates deliveries, route sales, pre-sales, and service equipment of drivers and technicians, and integrates seamlessly with Prism’s desktop solution. Prism’s MiniMate software solution is recognized for its sophistication, integrative power, and user-friendly know-how. Lorraine’s commitment to IT excellence and design superiority have made Prism’s solutions for the operational routing industry rock-solid and state-of-the-art products that serve delivery and service companies reliably and consistently. Prism’s customers enjoy a professional relationship of trust thanks to Lorraine’s belief in customer-centric service.

Prism Visual Software prides itself on providing extraordinary support services. Under Lorraine’s leadership, Prism Visual Software has valued its employees and offers an excellent work environment, an outstanding compensation structure, and superior product development opportunities.

Most recently, Lorraine added pro-bono work to her busy schedule. She agreed to consult to the Board of the Community for Creative Work (CCW), a non-profit organization that holds the Kalsched-van-Loben-Sels Library. The Library is housed in Truchas Peaks Place, a conference and retreat center in Northern New Mexico that is located in the ancient Spanish village of Truchas halfway between Santa Fe and Taos (www.truchaspeaksplace.com). Lorraine is computerizing the Library according to the Library of Congress cataloging system.

To contact Lorraine, email her at lorrainek@prismvs.com

About Prism Visual Software:

By Prism Visual Software, Inc in Software on Friday, June 13, 2014.

Prism Visual Software (www.prismvs.com) provides state-of-the-art desktop and handheld operational route accounting software to companies who perform pre-order delivery, route sales or equipment service. Prism’s mobile app, MiniMate, is available for drivers, route salesman, service techs and pre-order salespeople on various mobile devices. These include Android smartphones or tablets and Windows handhelds. Prism’s desktop software and mobile app integrate with the most popular off-the-shelf accounting software including QuickBooks, Sage, Microsoft Dynamics, SAP and AccountMate. Prism is headquartered in New York and has provided software and support throughout North America for over two decades.


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