GARDEN CITY, N.Y., October 23 /CNW/ - Proginet Corporation (OTCBB: PRGF),
developer of enterprise security software, today announced that the Pittsburgh
Steelers, one of the leading sports franchises in the NFL, has selected the
Company's SecurPass(R) solution to synchronize passwords securely across
enterprise systems. Proginet was selected based on the recommendation of
another leading NFL sports franchise, who has been using the Company's
password-management software for the last several years.
"The Pittsburgh Steelers are a marquee name in American sports," said
Jack Gazzola, Proginet's Vice President of Sales. "We're pleased to have been
selected by another major sports franchise to help securely integrate systems
while driving productivity and efficiency gains."
Leading organizations worldwide use Proginet's SecurPass to synchronize
passwords securely across multiple computing platforms. With SecurPass,
business users only have to remember a single password to access all of their
business applications. This improves user productivity and overall
organizational efficiency, while driving down password-related support costs.
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About Proginet Corporation
Proginet Corporation is a developer of enterprise security software.
Throughout its 20-year history, the company has earned a solid reputation for
its multi-platform expertise and dedication to customer service. Its products,
including CyberFusion(R), CyberFusion Integration Suite (CFI)(TM),
SecurForce(TM), SecurPass(R), and SecurAccess(TM), support all major computing
platforms, from PCs to mainframes. Proginet's global customer base spans more
than 23 countries and includes many Fortune 500 companies. The company is
headquartered in Garden City, N.Y., with offices in Toronto, Canada, and is
publicly traded under the symbol (OTCBB: PRGF). For more information, visit
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