Taiga Technologies and Simbiottik Announce Global Sales Alliance

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Taiga Technologies, IT Power Management specialists, and Simbiottik Limited, a technology marketing and promotion company, both headquartered in the United Kingdom, today announced a partnership for Global sales and channel development. Under this agreement, Simbiottik will develop and manage a worldwide channel partner network to support the global distribution of Taiga’s class-leading IT Power Management solution, caretaker.

Taiga Technologies, IT Power Management specialists, and Simbiottik Limited, a technology marketing and promotion company, both headquartered in the United Kingdom, today announced a partnership for Global sales and channel development. Under this agreement, Simbiottik will develop and manage a worldwide channel partner network to support the global distribution of Taiga’s class-leading IT Power Management solution, caretaker.

caretaker is the world’s first true cloud-based energy usage management and monitoring tool, helping regulate desktop, laptop and mobile IT systems including tablet devices and smartphones to reduce energy wastage, CO2 emissions, and energy costs via the utilisation of set policies. Specifically aimed at creating a greener working environment, caretaker records all computer activity types from Active to Offline, recording the energy consumption and the application of energy-saving policies, to reduce energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions. This data can then be retrieved and viewed in an easily understood graphical format.

“The reduction of carbon emissions has become increasingly important in countries around the world, and as energy prices continue to soar, the economics of energy consumption has an increasingly large effect on the bottom-line profits of organisations”, reported James Donaldson, CEO of Simbiottik. “We are delighted to announce this partnership to expand Taiga’s delivery and support capabilities across Europe, the United States and worldwide.”

Already helping public and private sector organisations to significantly reduce energy-spend and carbon emissions, Taiga’s caretaker has recently been released in its new Version 5 form, allowing power management to be hosted for the first time, in the cloud. Stephen Grant, founder and CEO of Taiga Technologies, said “Simbiottik is helping us to expand our global partner network quickly to support the huge and growing demand for the reduction of energy usage and carbon emissions.”

ABOUT TAIGA TECHNOLOGIES LTD
Taiga Technologies is committed to the reduction of global carbon emissions arising from computer use, creating software solutions that enable organisations to reduce their IT power consumption and shrink their carbon footprint. The name of the company, Taiga, comes from the Russian word for the boreal forest that extends from Europe to the Pacific, and again through Canada. The Taiga can be said to serve as the lungs and air conditioner for the earth: the protection of the taiga and its biodiversity is a part of the mission of almost every Russian environmental NGO. Taiga’s clients include global oil and gas producers and service companies, IT & telecoms organisations, and clients in the finance, government, healthcare, manufacturing and retail sectors.

ABOUT SIMBIOTTIK LTD
Simbiottik is about “Promoting Technology, Globally‟. With offices in the UK and North America, Simbiottik is ideally placed to make lasting and profitable connections between business-sector software developers and value-added resellers to drive revenues and profits for both parties. Simbiottik’s service however, goes far beyond a simple matching service. Simbiottik’s teams in Europe and North America include experienced and innovative channel and business development managers who are dedicated to ensuring that both developers and resellers achieve the full potential from the relationship. Our teams pro-actively manage channel relationships. http://www.simbiottik.com

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