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Primitive Logic Certified as a Women Business Enterprise (WBE) by the California Public Utilities Commission

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/25/10 -- Primitive Logic, the premier business consulting and technology services firm, is pleased to announce that it has been certified as a Women Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Supplier Clearinghouse, Public Utilities Commission, State of California. This certification enables Primitive Logic to be recognized as a WBE when competing for procurements by public utilities participating in the Utility Supplier Diversity Program.

Upon certification, Primitive Logic was placed in a database accessible by participating utilities. Participating utilities, as do many large businesses and government agencies, have WBE Initiatives and Programs, which include 'outreach' to WBEs, inclusion of WBEs in their procurement solicitations, and specific goals for WBEs.

"We are very pleased to have been certified as a WBE," said Jill Reber, Chairman and CEO at Primitive Logic. "Despite the challenging economic environment, Primitive Logic has continued to grow, and this certification will open new doors and contribute to our continued growth in 2010."

For 25 years, Primitive Logic has been recognized for its technical expertise and is on the leading edge of emerging business practices and technology trends. The company is consistently brought in to solve complex problems and deliver mission-critical projects. Primitive Logic has a culture of collaboration and community along with values of integrity, trust and respect.

About Primitive Logic

Founded in 1984, Primitive Logic (www.primitivelogic.com) is the premier business consulting and technology services firm developing and implementing solutions that create value for market-leading corporations. Based in San Francisco, Primitive Logic provides full life-cycle management from strategy and planning through design, development and implementation.

Primitive Logic has expertise in a range of enterprise solutions including: Business Architecture, Enterprise Architecture and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Enterprise Content and Document Management, Infrastructure Optimization and Virtualization. Primitive Logic's SOA Logic technology enables advanced enterprise agility and control.

Primitive Logic has world-class partnerships with leading technology providers and is widely recognized for its execution excellence including being honored by IBM as the 2007 Business Partner Beacon Award Winner for "Best Consultant and System Integrator in the Americas Region." Primitive Logic is a privately held employee-owned company that attracts and retains top industry talent. The San Francisco Business Times ranked Primitive Logic as 1st in "Best Places to Work in the Bay Area" in 2008.

Primitive Logic is a strategic advisor and trusted partner to leading Fortune 500 companies in the financial services, retail, energy, and healthcare and technology sectors.

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