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Tenzing Partners with Sitecore to Expand E-commerce Ecosystem

Agreement Provides End-to-End Solution for Web Content Management and Managed Hosting Services

TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 01/31/13 -- Tenzing Managed IT Services, a leading provider of hosting solutions for e-commerce clients, System Integrators (SIs) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers, today announced that it has joined Sitecore's partner program. Sitecore is a leading web content management and customer experience management software company. This aligns with Tenzing's strategy of becoming a leading service provider for e-commerce businesses by enabling Tenzing to provide advanced website content management and marketing tools in a single, easy-to-use platform that will allow its e-commerce customers to create unique user experiences.

"At Tenzing, we understand how critical it is for our e-commerce clients to deliver an exceptional online customer experience and that's why we have partnered with Sitecore, an industry leader in this arena," says Brian Shepard, Founder and CEO of Tenzing. "By partnering with Sitecore, we can offer additional value to our e-commerce clients by delivering a leading web content management and customer experience management software platform to help to attract new visitors to their sites, optimize conversion rates, and keep customers coming back for more."

"Building a secure e-commerce environment is a critical aspect of delivering a positive customer experience," says Russ Emerson, Director of Field Marketing, Sitecore. "We look forward to working with the Tenzing team as they bring a depth of experience and expertise in delivering and fully managing high-performance, e-commerce hosting solutions."

Highly specialized in the e-commerce space, Tenzing supports leading technology platforms such as Oracle ATG Web Commerce, IBM Web Commerce, Intershop, Magento, Hybris and others. In addition, the company offers an array of complementary services such as fully managed PCI compliance, comprehensive application monitoring, DoS mitigation, content delivery, and load-testing. To provide the highest levels of data security to its clients, Tenzing is also Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)-compliant and annually maintains major industry certifications including ISO 27001 and SSAE16 Type II.

About Tenzing Managed IT Services

Founded in 1998 and serving more than 400 customers, Tenzing is a leading provider of hosting solutions for e-commerce clients, System Integrators (SIs), and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers. Tenzing's mature IT Service Management (ITSM) and ITIL best practices provide the foundation for the reliable, secure, and scalable delivery of complex applications around the clock. Backed by comprehensive Service Level Agreements (SLAs), Tenzing is both ISO 27001 and SSAE16 certified with data centres in Toronto, ON, and Vancouver and Kelowna, BC. Tenzing also offers Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) solutions for e-commerce and other clients managing credit card information. For more information, visit: www.tenzing.com.

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