Watch4net, a provider of service assurance software, has announced a partnership with Microlog, a supplier of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Solutions capable of delivering professional services to corporate companies in areas that address convergence and optimization of IT infrastructure, virtualization platforms and communication protocols.
Watch4net’s APG Suite, a carrier-class and SLA management solution ensuring flexibility, multi-tenancy, and scalability, aligns well with Microlog’s actions to integrate the IT market.
“We are confident this new alliance will promote the benefits of our high-end performance management solution in a new emerging market,” said Nicolas Souty, CTO at Watch4net, in a release.
The move is another step for Watch4net as it seizes the opportunity to enter the South American market and expand the use of the APG Suite in new countries and new types of organizations supported by Microlog’s well-structured portfolio, including government business units, public sector and large corporations.
With the partnership, Watch4net and Microlog hope to gain strategic market positioning, as well as develop their leadership among the strongest solutions providers in the industry.
“The APG Software Suite is quickly becoming an essential piece of every Performance and SLA Management solution we offer to our customers,” said André Moreira, Technical Director at Microlog. “We are very pleased to be working with Watch4net, which is providing us with all the necessary support to build a strong knowledge base and service intelligence around the software.”
Privately held and headquartered in Montreal, Canada, Watch4net also has offices in Munich, Germany and London to serve its rapidly growing customer base.
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