WASHINGTON, Aug. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CYIOS Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: CYIO) announced today that it will be hosting the luncheon for the Telework Exchange Fall 2011 Town Hall meeting for over 900 government attendees in the Ronald Reagan Building. "We have a story to tell -- we built what is now the largest knowledge portal in the world for the U.S. Army and we've taken the lessons learned to build CYIPRO. With this product, we've solved a critical problem that most all telework managers have today, that being the management of the remote working staff. Management can now have total accountability for work knowing who did what, who should be doing what, whether they are doing things the correct way and within the time allotted. CYIPRO gives managers command and control over people, processes and information while eliminating the need for meeting face to face. Moreover, CYIPRO goes beyond the management of staff remotely, it creates knowledge centric organizations that never have to recreate the wheel and never lose organizational knowledge from retired or resigned staff," stated Timothy Carnahan, CEO of CYIOS.
"We are positioning the product CYIPRO as a service contract that includes CYIOS' knowledge management staff to assist and enhance organizations' telework program initiatives at a fraction of the cost for having a full time consultant and building expensive software solutions to create the tools needed to have a successful telework program. For an organization with a size of about 100 or less, we see the cost to ranging from $35,000 - $75,000 for first year and then a simple maintenance cost each year thereafter. We believe every agency in the DoD and the Government can use CYIPRO. By looking at the players in this telework industry (see link below), investors should clearly see that this is our niche. Investors will further see that we will lead the path for teleworking - creating a knowledge centric organization. One important point to note is that you cannot telework if you don't capture your subject matter experts' knowledge and allow for it to be reused, refined and monitored, thus empowering the other staff to do work they couldn't have done otherwise -- CYIPRO's unique structure captures tacit knowledge and allows for this to come to fruition," stated Tim Carnahan.
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About CYIOS Corporation:
CYIOS Corporation is the maker of CYIPRO, a business transformation tool that utilizes the first project based operating system (OS). This new project OS is the nucleus of why CYIPRO can transform people, processes and information into a productive, effective and rich environment. CYIPRO securely brings the latest concepts of business transformation and technology to fruition.
CYIPRO is in position to support MANY government initiatives and is based upon CYIOS' experience building the world's largest knowledge management portal, www.us.army.mil. CYIPRO revolutionizes organizations, saves time and money, and empowers staff and management to make decisions based upon lessons learned and organizational knowledge.
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Contact: Timothy Carnahan +1-202-204-3006
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