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Pearl Software approved as Commonwealth of Pa Costars Vendor

Pearl Software, a leading provider of Employee Internet Filtering and Monitoring products, has been approved by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Department of General Services as a COSTARS vendor. COSTARS is a cooperative state contracting program for local agencies and state-affiliated registered entities. Benefiting Pennsylvania agencies, pricing is pre-negotiated enabling members to expeditiously purchase cost-effective goods and services. For more than 10 years, Pearl Software has been providing government agencies with a secure means to monitor, filter and control inappropriate use of the Internet. Without an Employee Internet Management solution in place, agencies unnecessarily expose themselves to decreased productivity, contingent and potentially crippling liabilities, data security risks and exposure to computer viruses and malware. “Pearl Software was incorporated in Pennsylvania in 1996. Since our inception, we have worked closely with Pennsylvania state and local agencies as well as PA schools and law enforcement,” said David Fertell, Pearl Software’s President. “We are excited about the COSTARS opportunity as we anticipate that it will further strengthen our relationships within the Commonwealth.” About Pearl Software Pearl Software was founded in 1996 by David Fertell and Joe Field. The company provides Internet monitoring, filtering and control products to government agencies, corporations, hospitals, schools and libraries throughout the world. Pearl Software’s key patent-pending products include Pearl Echo

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