Desktop Virtualization Made Easy Matrix42 Joins Citrix Desktop Transformation Ecosystem Bringing Solutions To Accelerate Desktop Virtualization Adoption

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Matrix42 has become an ecosystem partner for the Citrix Desktop Transformation Model, helping to drive more rapid adoption of desktop virtualization. The Citrix Desktop Transformation Model is de-signed to help businesses quickly realize the benefits of virtual desktops – flexible, virtual work styles for users and simpler, more secure desktop computing for IT. As part of this ecosystem of partner companies, the Workplace Management solution from Matrix42 helps with the automation, man-agement and provisioning of virtual desktops.

“Desktop virtualization is rapidly being adopted as the best way to enable virtual workstyles. We created the Desktop Transformation Model to help customers speed the adoption of desktop virtual-ization across all users in the enterprise to more quickly realize the business benefits of virtual desk-tops. As a leading supplier of Workplace Management solutions Matrix42 has recognized the chal-lenges of migrating and managing virtual desktops and has provided customers with valuable solu-tions. We welcome Matrix42’s participation in our partner community to help deliver value to our joint customers,” says Sumit Dhawan, vice president of product marketing, XenDesktop product group at Citrix.

“Today’s user wants to access their workplace from any device, at any time and from anywhere. The self-service desire of users and the necessary move to virtual desktops creates new management challenges for IT. Desktop virtualization needs to be automated, and license- and asset management of virtual desktops need to be transparent and managed. The combination of Citrix XenDesktop and Matrix42 Workplace Management makes this possible. That’s why our desktop virtualization strategy focuses on Citrix. We are very pleased to be part of the Desktop Transformation Model ecosystem as a competent solution provider,” explains Jochen Jaser, CTO at Matrix42.

In just a few steps, Matrix42 converts a centrally managed, physical desktop into an easily available on-demand workplace:

  •     Analysis of applications and individual settings to determine which applications can be virtu-alized and which way of provisioning is best for the user.
  •     Automation and configuration of complete Citrix XenDesktop® infrastructure.
  •     Migration of profiles and individual settings.
  •     Transformation of complete desktop into a comprehensive on-demand workplace by inte-grating the desktop into existing business processes, such as Self Service, License and Asset Management or Service Desk.

Matrix42 Desktop Transformation is the ideal combination to Citrix XenDesktop®. Because of the possibility also to add other aspects of limitless workplace management, the partnership of these software companies will be leading today and in the future.

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Matrix42 is the German market leader for Workplace Management solutions. The Matrix42 solution portfolio enables IT managers and administrators to manage their IT environments optimally and cost-efficiently. The highly integrated products cover service management with efficient handling of business processes, such as IT service requests, as well as the technical implementation of client lifecycle management tasks. Over 3 million clients are in action at more than 1,500 customers worldwide. Renowned companies like T-Systems, Deutsche Post, Lufthansa Systems or ZDF rely on the Matrix42 solutions. Since 2008, Matrix42 is a part of the Asseco Group. With over 8,500 employees and a market capitalization of around 1.2 billion euros, Asseco is one of the largest Euro-pean software companies. More information at

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