Embotics Chosen as Finalist in Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation "Most Promising Startup" and "Best Financial Deal" Award Categories

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Embotics Chosen as Finalist in Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation "Most Promising Startup" and "Best Financial Deal" Award Categories

The companies and individuals we will honor in April and all of the nominees set the new standard as Ottawa aspires to remain a power house of creativity and business excellence.

Embotics, the Virtualization Lifecycle Management™ Company, today announced it has been named as a finalist in the "Most Promising Startup" and "Best Financial Deal" categories of the Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation (OCRI) Awards. These awards recognize Embotics' success in turning technological innovation into a market leadership position in the virtualization management and control industry.

OCRI, Ottawa's leading economic development agency, recognizes the achievements of some of the most successful business, research and academic organizations and individuals in Ottawa. Nominations are judged by a committee from the Society of Collaborative Opportunities and Advancement of Professionals (SCOAP). Winners will be announced at the OCRI Awards gala on Wednesday, April 8, at the Ottawa Westin Hotel.

"We are proud of the quality and caliber of the submissions we received. Ottawa continues to produce world class technology and we're driven by our supreme entrepreneurial strengths," said Jeffrey Dale, President and CEO of OCRI. "The companies and individuals we will honor in April and all of the nominees set the new standard as Ottawa aspires to remain a power house of creativity and business excellence."

Embotics' technology provides CIOs, CSOs, IT operations staff and security professionals with technology that increases efficiency while maintaining control. Rapid adoption of server virtualization results in unexpected risks and costs, and enterprises in this position need systems, tools and processes to control the proliferation of virtual machines (VMs), or virtual sprawl. Embotics helps reduce costs and risks within server virtualization deployments and prevents sprawl through effective and "out of the box" virtual machine lifecycle management.

"The need to do more with less has been a stimulant to the virtualization market, and has highlighted the requirement to manage and control virtual environments as they grow," says Jay Litkey, CEO of Embotics. "This recognition highlights our rapid growth and global accomplishments in helping customers reclaim resources and money and prevent virtual sprawl. We are fortunate to root our success in Ottawa, where support of entrepreneurial and technological endeavors is strong, especially from organizations such as OCRI."

About Embotics
Embotics Corporation, the Virtualization Lifecycle Management™ Company, helps enterprises realize the maximum savings of server virtualization without incurring the risks and costs associated with virtual sprawl. Embotics' award-winning V-Commander™ uses policy-based controls to manage virtual machines (VMs) throughout their lifecycles; providing the oversight, automation and controls necessary to accelerate the adoption of server virtualization without creating sprawl and adding unnecessary resources or staff. Embotics is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, with offices in the U.S., and a growing network of global partners. For more information, please visit http://www.embotics.com.

About OCRI
Leading the way for Ottawa, OCRI is the city's economic development agency. OCRI is the rallying point to bring business, education, research and talent together to create the winning economic conditions that allow Ottawa's knowledge-based companies to thrive locally and compete globally. At OCRI we promote sustainable economic development to maintain our high quality of life. For more information on OCRI visit our website at http://www.ocri.ca and for more information on the Ottawa Region please visit http://www.ottawaregion.com.

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