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CTG Receives Arthur Andersen
1998 Best Practices Awards

BUFFALO, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 27, 1998-- CTG (Computer Task Group Inc. (NYSE: TSK)), a $455 million information technology (IT) services firm, recently accepted Upstate New York regional honors in the 1998 Arthur Andersen Best Practices Awards(SM) program.

The program recognizes the best business practices of small and mid-size businesses from around the world. By winning at the regional level, CTG has been automatically entered for consideration in Andersen's international best practices competition, the results of which will be announced in November. Along with CTG, Gordon S. Black Corp. and The Sutherland Group Ltd. earned regional Best Practices Awards by demonstrating superior business practices.

Businesses applying for these awards competed in three categories. This year, CTG was recognized in the categories of Unleashing the Power of Technology and Exceeding Customer Expectations.

CTG was recognized in the former category for its use of technology to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of business operations. CTG was noted for practices relating to CTGCentral, the company's intranet, as well as its automated time sheet entry system and renowned Quality System Repository.

For the latter category, CTG's efforts in customer service and satisfaction were also recognized. Specifically, the company's process to link employee performance with customer satisfaction was highly regarded.

"Arthur Andersen is world-renowned for its long-standing commitment to the collection and study of best practices," remarked CTG Chief Executive Officer Gale S. Fitzgerald. "We are proud to be recognized for our dedication and commitment to employing best practices and benchmarking externally in our strategic partnerships, and internally, with our IT colleagues."

In the 1997 Arthur Andersen Best Practices Awards program, CTG's application in the Building Strategic Alliances category was the Western New York winner and a finalist in the New York Metro regional finals. CTG was also a Western New York runner-up in the Motivating and Retaining Employees category and a finalist in the Customer Satisfaction category.

Backed by more than 30 years' experience, CTG provides IT services to some of the world's leading companies. CTG's resources include its 55 offices in North America and Europe, more than 6,000 IT professionals, a suite of proprietary service methodologies, strong project management expertise, and a proactive recruiting approach, CTG-SmartSource.

Named by Computerworld magazine as one of the 100 best places to work in information systems for the past three years, CTG has earned a reputation as a progressive employer.

Today's news release, along with CTG news releases for the past year, is available by fax at no charge by calling Corporate News on the Net at (800) 742-7505. Additional information about CTG is available on the World Wide Web at these addresses: and


Computer Task Group Corporation Contact
Amy Hayes Atkinson
CTG Public Relations
(716) 887-7299

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