Philadelphia, Penn.-based provider of integrated network management software products Codima Inc. has announced its achievements of the past year.
The company completed an international roll out in 11 markets covering 40 countries in 2009, under its “all-business-is-local” strategy. The new markets include Latin America, Benelux, France, Denmark and Scotland.
Codima (News - Alert) expects to carry forward the success in 2010. In each new market, Codima strives to partner with local software companies that act as Codima sales and support organizations, allowing Codima to directly benefit from local business networks, local market intelligence and competence.
“Global reach and the increasing demand for our cost reducing fully integrated technology to manage data and VoIP networks has been the primary driver significantly strengthening the Codima offering in each market,” comments Christer Mattsson (News - Alert), CEO of Codima Inc. “Our ‘All-business-is-local’ strategy has clearly been successful enabling us to eliminate business and cultural risks as well as capitalize on the growing network management market despite economic turbulence.”
Among other achievements of 2009 was the launch of the fully automated and integrated solution with direct views in Microsoft (News - Alert) Office Visio. The company also unveiled new additions to autoMap and autoMonitor. Other launches were autoVoIP Blaster that tests if networks can handle VoIP installations and autoPinger that checks if key network devices have stopped working.
Another significant achievement of 2009 was the introduction of the Codima Certification Program that ensures technical competence at all support centers within the organization, as well as with resellers in each region.
With all these enhancements, Codima managed to increase its customer base to 2,500 users worldwide. Finally, a pay-as-you-go payment model was added, offering perpetual licenses with additional maintenance and subscriptions options.
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Edited by Erin Harrison