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Quadrant 4 Systems Corporation (Q4) Approves Operational Reorganization to Capitalize on Additional Opportunities in Social Media, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud (SMAC)

ROLLING MEADOWS, IL -- (Marketwire) -- 02/14/13 -- Quadrant 4 Systems Corporation (OTCQB: QFOR) today announced The Board of Directors of (Q4) has approved an internal operational reorganization of the Company's assets and operations into four (4) operating subsidiaries named Q4 Cloud; Q4 Solutions; Q4 Mobility and Q4 Health, using descriptive names for the entities to describe the primary focus of each entity. The Company intends to develop branding identities for each entity. Corporate formations for each entity are expected to be completed within the next 30 days.

Dhru Desai, Executive Chairman of the board, commented, "Over last 12 months Q4 has been making significant bets on R&D in developing proprietary platform technologies involving social, mobile, big data analytics and cloud (SMAC). Heading into 2013 we see the disruption from these four forces creating a huge market opportunity for Q4 as provider of end-to-end solutions to main stream IT buyers and enable them to efficiently adopt a SMAC strategy. We are witnessing a significant adoption of SMAC technologies among our enterprise clients across Q4's vertical industry focus areas -- Healthcare, Retail, Financial Services and Logistics -- and we are responding to a need in the market place to provide a blend of implementation services and SaaS platform involving SMAC. We believe our efforts to reorganize the business along these lines will result into a more focused approach at deploying Q4's proprietary solution."

"Based on this internal restructuring, the Company has undertaken discussions with certain acquisition targets of assets, business opportunities and operating companies to expand its operations in each of the four market segments. It is anticipated that at least two significant acquisitions in furtherance of this business model will be announced within the next thirty (30) days."

About Quadrant 4 Systems Corporation
Quadrant 4 Systems Corporation delivers end-to-end information technology solutions to its clients through a unique blend of product solutions, consulting, software development & maintenance, cloud based products and technology from its global delivery centers. The company currently focuses on the Healthcare, Financial Services, IT Consulting, and Retail sectors. The company plans to enhance it positions and technical strength through acquisition of other IT enabled and managed services sector and cloud based services through business acquisitions and/or combination opportunities in the near future to further execute its articulated business strategy.

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