OmniTI CEO Side Steps into the Role of CEO at Circonus

Circonus, Inc announces today that its founder, Theo Schlossnagle, will join Circonus as CEO as he steps down from his role of more than 17 years as CEO of OmniTI.

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2013 was an amazing year for Circonus, our growth was incredible

Fulton, MD (PRWEB) January 15, 2014

Circonus, Inc announces today that its founder, Theo Schlossnagle, will join Circonus as CEO as he steps down from his role of more than 17 years as CEO of OmniTI. Robert Treat, former COO, has taken over OmniTI’s CEO role.

“2013 was an amazing year for Circonus, our growth was incredible and I want to dedicate my full attention to it going forward. We are accelerating our customer acquisition, and 2014 will be a critical year for us. Having Robert Treat take over as CEO of OmniTI insures it’s future a bright as it ever was, and I am more excited than ever about the future of both companies,” says Theo Schlossnagle.

After founding OmniTI in 1997, Theo began development of what would become Circonus in 2007, and officially founded Circonus in 2010. Much like the successful creation of Message Systems, OmniTI has served as an incubator for Circonus and its revolutionary approach to monitoring and analytics.

About Circonus

Circonus combines multiple monitoring, alerting, event processing, and analytics tools into one unified solution. Visualize any data, in any application, from any system (cloud or legacy), in real-time. Circonus scales from a single team, to a worldwide organization with thousands of devices tracking millions of metrics. API driven automation empowers developers and makes operational teams incredibly efficient, while analytics drive insights that improve organization-wide performance.

Circonus customers are operations, development, and business people who depend on large networks of servers to deliver value to their customers, and ultimately want to know how their entire system is performing. Circonus does that for them. Circonus then helps them predict what they’ll need in the future, and what kind machines to add and where to put them.


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