On October 1st, 2013, Cincom Systems celebrated the 45th anniversary of its founding in 1968. To mark this milestone, the company organized a two-hour commemoration to celebrate. Distinguished guests, Cincom directors and the Nies family gathered for the event.
Sherri Carbo Ohio Regional Liaison for Gov. John Kasich, congratulated Cincom on its 45 years of success. She presented Nies with a framed proclamation to honor Cincom’s outstanding legacy in the software and services industry.
To further celebrate its 45th anniversary, Cincom sponsored Cincinnati Pops Orchestra’s Pops Classics: Kunzel’s Greatest Hits concert. Arriving at the two-hour commencement was Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra President Trey Devey.
To wrap up, Worldwide Director of Marketing Jay McKeever, presented Tom and Tina Nies with a Waterford decanter on behalf of Cincom so they could toast Cincom’s 45-years of success and its many more years to come.
“As the father and founder of our company, I’m delighted to have you here,” said Tom Nies, personally addressing Cincomers. “The courage, creativity and ongoing success of our company is what drives value behind every sale. Thank you for the contributions you make for our company.”
Today Cincom Founder Tom Nies is the longest actively serving CEO in the computer industry. He is featured alongside other software and computer leaders such as Bill Gates (Microsoft), Larry Ellison (Oracle) and Steve Jobs (Apple), in the Smithsonian Institution’s Computer History Collection.
New clients are constantly being guided to Cincom. Due to the acclaimed recognition of Cincom by Microsoft partners and analysts, Cincom is continuing to achieve global recognition.
Combining Microsoft’s industry-wide breadth with the purity of Cincom’s knowledge-enabled software, Cincom Total has truly created the next “total solution” for modern businesses operating in the 21st century.
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The following video premiered during the 45th Anniversary celebration.