ScienceLogic provides a complete IT management suite on an appliance at a fraction of the cost of existing suite vendors. Companies, including some large enterprises, are buying into it.
Reston, Va. (PRWEB) December 21, 2007
Privately-held ScienceLogic, LLC, a leading IT service management provider, today announced multiple milestones for the business. The company has experienced enormous growth, rapid innovation and a massive increase in its customer base during the 2007 calendar year.
For 2007, milestones include:
- Third straight year of triple-digit revenue growth.
- Rapid product and technology innovation -- three major EM7 product releases announced with 290+ new features including event correlation, operational business intelligence and expanded virtualization management toolset.
- Doubled customer base in major vertical markets including financial, service provider, public sector and entertainment/media. Some key customer wins -- BET Networks, Booz Allen Hamilton, C-SPAN, Hughes Network Systems, News Corporation, United States Department of the Treasury.
"I am extremely pleased with the company's continued success in 2007, much of which has been driven by increasingly strong demand for EM7 Meta-Appliances," said David Link, president and CEO of ScienceLogic. "It validates our mission to help customers simplify their IT operations management by providing comprehensive solutions that break the mold of traditional suite solutions."
A recent report by The 451 Group, a technology industry analyst company focused on the business of enterprise IT innovation, provides an overview of the major trends that will shake up the infrastructure management software market in 2008 and positions ScienceLogic as a company at the forefront of that disruption.
"The SaaS and appliance delivery models will gain acceptance in the IT management space as enterprises look for easier, more cost-effective ways to deploy new technologies," said Dennis Callaghan, analyst for enterprise software with The 451 Group. "ScienceLogic provides a complete IT management suite on an appliance at a fraction of the cost of existing suite vendors. Companies, including some large enterprises, are buying into it." These comments appeared in an independent report, titled, "2008 Preview -- Infrastructure management software" which was published in December 2007*.
"The 451 Group's findings back up what we've been hearing from customers -- that they need an easy-to-install and easy-to-use solution that gives them a consolidated view of their IT infrastructure, including their virtualized environments," said Link. "In 2007, ScienceLogic's growth in many parallel business fronts has been superb, and we are off to a fast start in 2008 with the launch of another major product release."
Reston, Va.-based ScienceLogic LLC was started with one goal: Simplify IT. Founded and staffed by technology professionals who are intensely focused on making IT management simpler, better and faster, ScienceLogic is committed to delivering solutions with unquestionable quality and value and enabling its customers to deliver impeccable service to their constituents. ScienceLogic's patent-pending EM7 Meta-Appliances are a next-generation "framework" solution engineered to deliver comprehensive systems, network and application management out-of-the-box. The revolutionary EM7 technology combines a secure and pre-integrated set of applications with automation tools, reporting, "single pane of glass" view and centralized data repository - all optimized to work together for proactive and efficient IT operations management. It is currently deployed across a wide range of public and private organizations, including BET Networks, XM Satellite Radio and Navy Knowledge Online. For more information, call 1-800-SCI-LOGIC (1-800-724-5644) or visit our web site at http://www.sciencelogic.com.
*Editor's Note: The 451 Group's report, "2008 Preview -- Infrastructure management software," referenced above, is an independently-produced report that was neither sponsored by nor otherwise funded directly by ScienceLogic. The report and its entire contents are the sole property of The 451 Group, copyright 2007, and are reproduced here by permission. The entire contents of this report are available at http://www.the451group.com.
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