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Data Systems International (DSI) continues expansion into the European market in partnership with Quistor

DSI strengthens its position as a global market leader in enterprise mobility with Quistor, a leading business solution provider with expertise in applications, technology and infrastructure.

April 23, 2012: KANSAS CITY, Missouri, USA; LONDON, UK: Data Systems International, Inc. (DSI), a global leader in enterprise mobility, announces its partnership with Quistor Enterprises B.V. to expand its business in EMEA and provide comprehensive enterprise mobility solutions to customers in Europe.

Quistor is Europe's largest JD Edwards consultancy, support and application management provider. As part of its partnership with DSI, Quistor will promote dcLINK®, DSI's mobile enterprise application platform (MEAP), alongside DSI's suite of business process mobile applications from its offices in the Netherlands, Italy and Czech Republic.

With European businesses adopting mobile technology at an unprecedented rate, DSI looks to work with selective, best-of-breed partners such as Quistor to manage the growth in enterprise mobility in EMEA.

"Our relationship with Quistor will help us scale our business in EMEA in our existing multinational customer base and Oracle customers in Europe," said Rakesh Harji, Vice President of Sales EMEA, DSI. "With Quistor's wide-ranging expertise, we can enable organisations to realize the huge financial benefits of allowing their workforce to perform business processes in the field and integrate with their back-end ERP data anytime, anywhere—in online and offline modes."

Jack van den Brink, Managing Director at Quistor, added, "Besides JD Edwards implementation services, we are known for our in-depth technical knowledge. With this combination of Quistor services and DSI's exceptional offerings, companies can transition their on-premise data collection capabilities to off-premise environments on virtually any operating system and mobile device, with standard integrations into an Oracle ERP."

About Data Systems International
Data Systems International® (DSI®) is a leading provider of enterprise mobility solutions, helping companies worldwide increase productivity and profitability. DSI's solutions, which include a mobile application platform, pre-built applications, mobile data collection solutions and enterprise labeling software, enable enterprise-wide mobility-regardless of data source, device type or network connectivity.

Based in Kansas City, Missouri, USA, DSI serves clients globally through its offices in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, India, Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Japan and Australia; through its network of business partners around the world; and through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Unibar Inc. For more information, visit www.DSIonline.com.

About Quistor
Quistor is Europe's largest JD Edwards consultancy, support and application management provider. With Delivery Centers in The Netherlands, Italy, and the Czech Republic, Quistor is committed to providing the best software solutions, services and expertise to help its global JD Edwards customer base. Quistor, founded in 2005, is a Gold Partner and Accelerate Program partner of Oracle Corporation.

Visit www.Quistor.com for more information.

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