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Prism Visual Software selected for Computerworld Top 100 Emerging Companies for 2002 Port Washington, NY November 26th

The November 26th special supplemental issue of Computerworld announces Prism Visual Software's selection for its annual "Computerworld Top 100 Emerging Companies to Watch for 2002"

"In selecting the "Computerworld Top 100 emerging companies for 2002", the editors and panel members emphasized innovation," said Maryfran Johnson, the editor in chief of Computerworld. "These companies are creating products or services that present a new and creative approach to an IT issue, while demonstrating that they have the foundation, vision, and strategy to succeed in the years ahead."

Prism Visual Software is especially proud because they were nominated by Palm for the "Computerworld Top 100 emerging companies for 2002" Palm handheld computers utilize Prism's web-based and wireless applications for Supply Chain Management.

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Prism's solutions "ServQuest," "ServMeter" and "RoadQuest" are web-based, wireless and serve the field service, utility and route delivery industries. These field force automation solutions integrate with palm pilots, cell phone WAP applications and/or browsers via the Internet tool kits. The solutions offer operational routing/dispatching, a fully integrated financial backend with a variety of wireless options.

"ServQuest", "ServMeter", and "RoadQuest" are all working products, released in Fall 2001.

Prism Visual Software can be contacted for a demonstration of its products.

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