Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 28, 2006
Proxima Technology, an innovative software vendor providing business service management (BSM) and service level management (SLM) solutions, today announced the general availability of Centauri V4.0. Centauri V4.0 offers better business and IT impact analysis, drastically improved service visualization dashboards, increased flexibility for service modeling and reduced implementation time and costs—all of which empower decision-making for IT and business executives and IT service delivery and support staff. Moreover, the Centauri V4.0 provides a robust, adaptable and flexible management platform empowering partners to quickly build Centauri-based solutions with the new Software Development Kits (SDKs) in areas such as security, risk management and compliance.
New Centauri V4.0 feature enhancements include:
- New service visualization look-and-feel, adding more flexibility to create and customize the business service dashboards and reports.
- Better business and IT impact analysis for more informed decision-making.
- Increased flexibility for service modeling.
- More powerful data analysis, correlation and aggregation logic.
- New Centauri SDKs for partners to rapidly bring new solutions to market.
- Improved scalability, security and performance.
“Qualcomm continues to leverage Centauri for real-time business impact of IT on the business and technology units. Recently, a new business unit has chosen Centauri over competitive products for service level management, and we look forward to implement the new Centauri v4.0 and benefit from its enhanced capabilities,” said long time client, Dwight Fromm, IT Engineer at Qualcomm.
“Proxima Technology continues to be a pioneer in business service management with its Centauri V4.0 release. The new capabilities should all contribute to enhancing Proxima's standing in the highly competitive http://www.proxima-tech.com BSM and SLM marketplace, and accelerate its value as a cohesive point of integration for managing services in a multi-vendor world,” said Dennis Drogseth, Vice President, Enterprise Management Associates.
Drogseth continued, “Moreover, Proxima Technology recognizes that many market segments require and benefit from real-time business impact analysis, and by working closely with their On Centauri partners who have the business expertise in each sector is key to success in the BSM space. Centauri V4.0’s improved adaptability, flexibility, performance and ease-of-use will continue to grow the Centauri ecosystem community.”
Steve Jones, Chief Executive Officer of Proxima Technology, said, “Centauri V4.0 continues to drive innovation and further extends its flexibility for partners and customers to leverage. Centauri was designed as a highly scalable and robust systems management platform and has proven to exceed the requirements of the world’s largest service providers and enterprises. Centauri V4.0 enables our partners and customers to apply their domain expertise and build Centauri-based solutions that provide focused business value for the market segments they serve.”
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About Proxima Technology
Proxima Technology is an innovative software vendor that provides business service management (BSM), Service Level Management (SLM), and a Java-based systems management platform to quickly bring new solutions to market. The Centauri product helps organizations deliver business value of IT by presenting real-time and historical business critical information including the quality of service, the business impact of IT issues, service level performance, instant root cause of IT issues and more. Proxima Technology is also the first it service management software to incorporate six sigma for it management.
Proxima Technology is headquartered in Denver, Colorado with sales offices across North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. Proxima Technology has more BSM customer references than any other business service management vendor; they include; EDS, Sun Microsystems, T-Mobile, Qualcomm, Carlson Companies, National City Corporation, Mutual of Omaha, iPSL (Unisys), Capgemini, among others. About Proxima Technology, please visit: http://www.proxima-tech.com or http://www.oncentauri.com
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