Codima Inc., a global provider of best practice software tools for VoIP and IT asset management, has announced strong growth in Q1.
Announcing this, the company officials said that while responding to the increasing demand in the network management market, the company has expanded its global reach in Q1 to encompass local operations in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Canada and Denmark.
Codima, a Microsoft (News - Alert) Certified Partner, delivers a cost reducing solution to manage VoIP and data networks to a wide audience ranging from service providers, system integrators and large corporations to small and medium companies.
The company officials claimed that end-to-end technology using Microsoft Office Visio to bring visibility into networks improves VoIP call quality and network performance as well as minimizes expensive downtime in networks.
“Solarwinds successful IPO on the NYSE puts network management products on the map and spotlights the potential in our industry space,” siad Christer Mattsson (News - Alert), industry veteran and CEO of Codima, in a statement.
SolarWinds (News - Alert), a provider of enterprise-class network management software, had recently announced its initial public offering and which turned out to be very succesful.
Mattsson said that contrary to other sectors, Codima (News - Alert) has experienced significant increase in demand over the past year. Two main factors interact to create this opportunity. Companies are turning to the cost efficient VoIP technology and it has become evident to IT managers that running a network efficiently is the best way to economize.
He said that the company is aware that network management software seems to be an undefined product to most people, however it is simply a true workhorse upon which every business critical network relies to stay in operation.
Mattsson said that the track record for Q1 proves that the market recognizes Codima Toolbox as a front runner, delivering cost reduction and easy to use network management software.
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Edited by Michael Dinan