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HumanTouch Unveils Human4C to Enhance Collaboration, Communication and Business Management

December 28, 2012

HumanTouch, a provider of mission-critical IT services and solutions to public and private sectors clients for more than 14 years, recently introduced a new cloud-based growth Platform-as- a-Service called Human4C.

The platform allows HumanTouch to roll out innovative cloud-based applications and enhance its core capabilities which include collaboration, communication and business management.

It also powers a robust and highly scalable set of configurable tools that help build new processes and applications to meet current and emerging business demands.

By reducing the need and cost of hardware and software infrastructure, Human 4C allows HumanTouch to focus on developing customized business applications that promote innovation and growth.

“We could not be more pleased and excited with the opportunities that Human4C has and continues to provide us,” said Jim Benson, senior vice president of HumanTouch, in a statement.

He further added, “Like our clients, our business is changing daily. We needed a social platform that could evolve with our business through on-demand capabilities that allow us to innovate faster at a fraction of the cost. Our market is changing dynamically and our processes and systems need to change with them.”

The solution has been seamlessly implemented with the award-winning Force.com platform which delivers a comprehensive suite of business, IT and data management tools that can be configured and launched on demand. Force.com creates and deploys cloud applications for the social enterprise. Over 220,000 applications have been built using the Force.com platform by more than 100,000 customers.

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Edited by Jamie Epstein

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