Award-Winning Law Firm Picks Award-Winning Software, assyst by Axios


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Corrs Chambers Westgarth choose assyst by Axios Systems

Herndon, Virginia, September 16, 2009 – Axios Systems, the world’s leading
independent provider of enterprise IT Service Management (ITSM) solutions,
announces a further win with Corrs Chambers Westgarth, one of Australia’s
leading law firms. Corrs Chambers Westgarth has selected assyst from Axios
Systems as the IT Service Management solution of choice following a thorough
selection process of many months.

Presently in the Asia-Pacific region, Axios Systems is enjoying rapid
growth, and this new deal with Corrs Chambers Westgarth reinforces the
strength of the products and best practice services offered by Axios. This
deal also deepens Axios Systems strength in the legal services sector
worldwide, with customers such as Allen & Overy and The Law Society in the
UK and Vorys Sater Seymour & Pease LLP in the USA.

Corrs Chambers Westgarth is one of Australia’s leading law firms. The
company maintains a strong history spanning over 150 years and continues to
be recognized as one of Australia’s most innovative and fastest growing law
firms. Corrs have recently received some of the legal industries top awards
such as “Best Australian Law Firm 2009” at the prestigious International
Legal Alliance Awards in Paris and “Australia’s Best Law Firm to work for”
in BRW’s inaugural list of 50 Great Places to Work in Australia.

When speaking of his experience with Axios Systems, Jon Kenton, CIO of Corrs
Chambers Westgarth, says, “The selection experience with Axios Systems was
very thorough, and we look forward to implementing assyst, and the best
practices around this software, to gain the efficiencies and effectiveness
we have highlighted during the process of procurement.”

Andros Symeonides, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Axios
Systems, adds, “After some expected due diligence from Australia’s leading
law firm, my whole team and I are very excited to have Corrs Chambers
Westgarth as a new customer in Australia. The backing of Jon Kenton’s vision
and a strong IT Team has already taken Corrs Chambers Westgarth a long way
towards achieving their goals. Axios is looking forward to helping that
journey continue with our ITSM software solution assyst.”

About Axios Systems

Axios Systems is the world’s leading independent provider of enterprise IT
Service Management (ITSM) solutions. Its customer-centric approach, combined
with its award-winning software, enables customers to improve their Service
Delivery and Support and deliver Continual Service Improvement (CSI) by
helping to align and realign IT services to changing business needs,
supporting business processes and improving productivity.

Benefiting from more than 20 years of development and investment around Best
Practice principles, Axios Systems’ core solution, assyst, built around our
market-leading Configuration Management Database (CMDB), intuitively steers
users through the ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library)
processes which help organizations transition toward the next generation of
ITSM and Service Desks. assyst offers a unique lifecycle approach to ITSM
with the integration of all ITIL processes (including Incident, Capacity,
Problem, Change, Asset, Configuration and Service Level Management), twelve
of which have been verified by Pink Elephant’s PinkVERIFY service as
compatible with industry best practices (based on ITIL V3), in a fully
integrated, out-of-the-box application. It empowers management with a
dashboard-based transparent view of real-time performance against Service
Level Agreements (SLA), and Operations Level Agreements (OLA) using Web 2.0

Implementing assyst into an organization optimizes IT infrastructure
efficiency, reduces overheads and lowers the total cost of IT ownership
(TCO), helping to ensure a significant return on investment (ROI) with rapid
time-to-value. Axios also offers a comprehensive set of consulting and
training services to support ITSM best practices in an organization.

Axios’ Asia Pacific headquarters is in Melbourne, Australia. Our global HQ
is Edinburgh, UK with offices across Europe, the Americas and the Middle
East. Axios’ global presence is further strengthened with a worldwide
network of partners. For more information, visit:

ITIL R is a Registered Trade Mark, and a Registered Community Trade Mark of
the Office of Government Commerce, and is registered in the U.S. Patent and
Trademark Office.

About Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Corrs Chambers Westgarth is one of Australia’s leading law firms. The
company has a strong history spanning over 150 years and continues to be
recognized as one of Australia’s most innovative and fastest growing law

Corrs Chambers Westgarth advises leading corporate, commercial, financial
institution and government clients across a range of practice areas. Clients
come to Corrs Chambers Westgarth because they know the firm provides them
with legal advice that makes business sense. Legal advice that combines
technical expertise with business insight to create commercial results.

Corrs Chambers Westgarth is a fully integrated national law firm with
offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth. The firm has a strong
focus in the Asia Pacific Region and are in an ideal position to support
clients whose businesses extend nationally and internationally. For more
information, visit:

For more information, please contact:

Jessica Baculik

Marketing Associate – North America

Tel (703) 326 9481

Axios Systems

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