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ArchBrook Laguna Enters Into a Strategic IT Partnership With Inkriti

ArchBrook Laguna Enters Into a Strategic IT Partnership With Inkriti

FRAMINGHAM, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 05/27/08 -- Inkriti LLC, a Massachusetts based technology consulting firm and a leading provider of Web 2.0 solutions, today announced that it has entered into a strategic IT partnership with ArchBrook Laguna. ArchBrook Laguna, a New Jersey based firm, is a fulfillment and distribution company that specializes in supplying consumer electronics and computer products to retailers. Some of the nation's most successful retailers and recognized brand names work with ArchBrook Laguna. As a result, ArchBrook Laguna is committed to identifying and implementing the best possible solutions for delivering the highest standard of service to its growing customer portfolio.

By collaborating with Inkriti, ArchBrook Laguna gains a partner that has extensive experience in guiding strategic IT systems transformation. ArchBrook Laguna has identified several IT systems within the e-business, B2B portal, order management and collaboration space that will provide competitive differentiation in the marketplace. As a consulting partner, Inkriti will help Archbrook to build a strategic roadmap, analyze current and future system requirements, design and then deploy scalable solutions.

"We are excited to have selected Inkriti as our strategic IT partner. They come highly recommended from one of our customers, and have demonstrated a comprehensive understanding of our IT needs. Our business is growing rapidly and we believe Inkriti's extensive experience and their emphasis on Web 2.0 will help us build a strategic technology capability that scales to our future needs," said Darren Marino, Executive Vice President, ArchBrook Laguna.

"We are excited about this partnership with ArchBrook Laguna. Our broad e-business and order management systems experience will help ArchBrook to build technology capabilities that meet the demands of their rapidly growing business. We look forward to working closely with them, to prioritize, evaluate, build, deploy and enhance their IT systems," said Vinod Pabba, CEO, Inkriti.

About ArchBrook Laguna

ArchBrook Laguna is a total solution provider committed to supplying consumer electronics and computer products to the nation's most successful retailers through state-of-the-art logistical services. With more than twenty-five years of experience, ArchBrook Laguna has developed strong, lasting partnerships with both vendors and customers that have shaped the way it does business; as a result, it offers a full range of technology products with reliable delivery and unparalleled service. ArchBrook Laguna understands that flexibility and value are paramount to meeting the demands of the ever-changing marketplace and, consequently, continues to add increased value to the premier distribution, fulfillment, marketing, and logistics services it offers.

About Inkriti

Inkriti is a technology consulting company that is a leading provider of Web 2.0 Solutions for customer-centric e-business. Inkriti's solutions leverage Web 2.0 principles to attract, convert and retain more customers online. And, its Global Delivery methodology results in a 65% savings in IT costs, provides resource flexibility and reduces time-to-market.

Inkriti is headquartered in Boston, MA and operates a global technology center in India. For more information about Inkriti, please visit the web at or call (617) 233-7510.

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Vinod Pabba
Inkriti, Inc.
Phone: (617) 233-7510
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