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MicroPact and ASM Research Announce Strategic Partnership

Partnership will expand presence within the federal government

HERNDON, Va., Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MicroPact and ASM Research, Inc. (ASM) today announced a strategic partnership that combines MicroPact's excellence in case and business process management (BPM) software development with ASM's more than 30-year history as a leading solutions integrator. The partnership will strengthen the service and software offerings of both companies to the federal government, a market in which the two companies have extensive experience.

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Most recently MicroPact and ASM partnered to create a centralized, case-level database for the collection and maintenance of information regarding sexual assaults involving members of the Armed Forces for the Department of Defense Sexual Assault and Prevention Office. The Defense Sexual Assault Incident Database (DSAID) was built using MicroPact's flagship unified BPM software, entellitrak.

"ASM is a trusted name in government contracting and is well known for adapting the newest technologies to solve information sharing and data management problems," said Kris Collo, CEO, President and Founder, MicroPact. "Combining our core capabilities in case management and data tracking with ASM's deep understanding of the federal government is a win-win for not only us but also our federal customers."

"Our partnership will allow both companies to leverage their technical capabilities to ensure high quality service and solutions for the Federal government," said John Fraser, ASM's President and COO.

As part of the partnership, ASM will develop an entellitrak practice within their organization that will allow them to actively prospect for new applications and opportunities where entellitrak's capabilities and functionality can be employed. Additionally, ASM will be able to use this case management platform for multiple opportunities across their service capabilities, including: information solutions, professional services and information assurance, all with a strict adherence to Section 508 Standards.

About MicroPact

MicroPact's Unified BPM platform for Case and Business Process Management, entellitrak, is used by more federal agencies than any other BPM product. MicroPact's open architecture, on-premises or cloud based products can be implemented immediately and configured continuously, enabling customers to get to work quickly while keeping costs low. For more information, visit www.micropact.com.

About ASM Research, Inc.

ASM Research, Inc. is a leading solutions integrator headquartered in Fairfax, VA with regional operations in San Antonio, TX and Fort Knox, KY. ASM is focused on using information and technology to solve real world problems for Federal, state, and local government organizations. ASM is an employee-owned company whose more than 30 years of commitment to clients' missions has repeatedly produced extraordinary results.

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