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EXTENDED AS THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PARTNER TO RAHAL LETTERMAN
Logicalis and Rahal Letterman
Racing enhance partnership through increased technology and
Sonoma, CA - September 9,
2005 - Logicalis, an international IT integration
company and the official Rahal Letterman Racing IT partner,
announced today from the series inaugural road race at Infineon
Raceway that it has executed a multi-year contract with Rahal
Letterman Racing. Logicalis will remain the racing team's IT
provider and Logicalis will continue to be a team sponsor.
"The last three years with
Rahal Letterman Racing have been a great ride," said Jeff
Reed, CTO, Logicalis, Inc. "The partnership with Rahal
Letterman Racing has been critical to both our companies' success
and we anticipate the relationship will continue to grow and
mature over the next three years. Logicalis has provided Rahal
Letterman Racing with ongoing managed services, best-in-class
hardware from HP, and web and application development services.
Rahal Letterman Racing has provided Logicalis with a unique venue
for demonstrating our technology capabilities to our customers
and partners. It is without a doubt a win-win relationship."
"Logicalis has helped us
manage our IT resources proactively for optimum performance over
the last three years," said Bobby Rahal, Co-owner of Rahal
Letterman Racing. "Technology is central to the success of
any racing organization, and Logicalis has been a critical
partner is helping Rahal Letterman Racing continue to be a
championship team. We are looking forward to the next three years
Logicalis provides IT products and
services to Rahal Letterman Racing. The company has been managing
the team's Web site as well as providing remote managed services
from its Enterprise Business Operations Center (EBOC) in
Cincinnati, Ohio. Logicalis recently developed and launched a new
Web site for the racing team. Logicalis has been a proud sponsor
of the Rahal Letterman team for several years and has benefited
from the relationship through driver appearances, race day events
at IRL races across the country and executive briefings at Rahal
Letterman headquarters in Ohio.
"The IT support Logicalis has
provided has made my job much easier," said Rob Trinkner,
CIO, Rahal Letterman Racing. "The Logicalis team has
consistently provided proactive suggestions that have helped us
meet and exceed the demands our business constantly strives to
keep pace with."
"From a driver's perspective,
technology is critical to what we do on and off the track,"
said Danica Patrick, Driver, Rahal Letterman Racing. "Technology
provides our pit crews and race strategists with the data they
need to make split second decisions that can make the difference
between winning and losing a race."
The Rahal Letterman Racing team
boasts some of today's most talented drivers. The team features
Buddy Rice, the winner of the 88th Indianapolis 500 in 2004,
rookie sensation Danica Patrick, the first female driver to lead
the Indianapolis 500, and Vitor Meira, the IRL's 2004 "Rising
Logicalis is an international provider of high-performance IT
integration solutions. Logicalis employs 800 people worldwide,
including highly-trained service specialists who specify, design,
deploy and manage IT infrastructure to meet the needs of over 5,000
corporate and public sector customers. Logicalis maintains strong
partnerships with technology leaders such as HP, IBM, Cisco and
The Logicalis Group is a division of Datatec Limited, a $2.5
billion business listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. With
its international headquarters in the UK, Logicalis global
revenue is approaching $500 million from operations in the US,
UK, Germany and South America. In North America, Logicalis
accounts for nearly $350 million in revenue and 350 employees.
For more information, visit www.us.logicalis.com.
About Rahal Letterman
Rahal Letterman Racing, based in Hilliard, Ohio and co-owned by
three-time IndyCar Champion and 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner
Bobby Rahal and CBS LATE SHOW host David Letterman, has been a
leading open-wheel racing operation for more than a decade
compiling 19 victories, 28 poles and one series championship (Bobby
Rahal in 1992 in CART) and an Indianapolis 500 championship (Rice
in 2004). In 2005 Rahal Letterman Racing campaigns three cars in
the Indy Racing League's IndyCar Series. Buddy Rice and rookie
Danica Patrick pilot Honda powered Panoz cars sponsored by Argent
Mortgage Company and Pioneer Electronics. Vitor Meira of Brazil
pilots a Honda/Panoz sponsored by Menards and Johns Manville.