GWI Software Announces Company Name Change

GWI Software Announces Company Name Change
August 13, 2010 Lisa Kimery

After 18 years in business, help desk software provider GWI Software has changed its name to iSupport Software.

iSupport Software simply better describes what we do

Vancouver, WA (PRWEB) August 13, 2010 — GWI Software, provider of the help desk software solution iSupport®, today announced a company name change to iSupport Software. After a year-long product rebranding campaign, this change does not signal any change in ownership, management, or operating philosophy.

New Name, Same Tradition of Excellence
“iSupport Software simply better describes what we do,” commented Daren Nelson, who founded GWI Software 18 years ago. “We acquired the domain a few years ago with the intention of renaming both the product and the company, and unfortunately it just took us a while to clear the trademarking hurdles. It is always challenging to change the name of an organization that has been around as long as we have, but I am confident that iSupport Software will pay dividends that GWI Software could not in the support marketplace.”

About iSupport Software
iSupport Software, formerly GWI Software, is a leader in providing powerful yet flexible help desk software support solutions for IT help desks. With 3,000 installations in organizations worldwide, iSupport Software’s highly customizable service automation solutions are used by companies such as Panasonic, State of Missouri, SAIC, Check Free, and Telesat Canada. The company is privately held and based in Vancouver, Washington.

Pricing and Availability
iSupport, currently at version 9.5, is a robust, adaptable help desk software solution essential in delivering superior service and support. iSupport 9.5 is available in two editions: Incident Management and Service Desk. Licensing starts at under $1,000. For further information please call iSupport Software at 1-888-494-7638 or go to

iSupport® is a registered trademark of Groupware Incorporated. Other parties’ trademarks or service marks are the property of their respective owners and should be treated as such.