Business solution vendors like Derdack are a crucial element of accelerating the adoption of cloud computing.
Richmond, Virginia (PRWEB) October 29, 2014
Enterprise Alert is now available through the Azure Marketplace. For the first time customers of Derdack that don’t want to go for an “on-premises” product can deploy and use Derdack’s software in the cloud. With Enterprise Alert running on Azure, enterprises and organizations can benefit from automating critical notifications and emergency communication processes, from mobile alarm management and app-based mobile incident handling while enjoying the reliability, scalability and beneficial payment model of cloud solutions.
“Our product is addressing needs for accelerating mission-critical communications and notifications. Enterprise Alert provides full automation of previously manual processes and communication-enablement of applications and services. A deep integration into existing systems as well as utmost reliability and availability are essential; we found that Azure provides the perfect foundation in these aspects.” comments Matthes Derdack, Chairman of the Board, Derdack Corp.
Derdack’s Enterprise Alert transforms the way in which critical incidents are communicated and maintenance engineers, IT admins, crisis managers or security officers are notified when and wherever needed.
- Accelerates the speed and reliability of delivering incident and emergency alerts
- Fully automates critical notification and communication workflows
- Provides smartphone apps for truly mobile alarm management, incident response and remote control
- Enables targeted, auditable notifications with delivery tracking and escalations
- Uses the full range of communication channels like voice, text, IM, push, email, fax, etc
- Integrates seamlessly with business applications, e.g. Microsoft System Center, Microsoft Lync, Biztalk
- Is used for operations of data centres, manufacturing lines, utility and power distribution systems etc.
Matthes Derdack adds, “We have chosen Azure as the foundation of our cloud offering as it represents the most productive, reliable and advanced cloud offering on the market today. We have been building our solution on the Microsoft technology stack for more than a decade and it is the next logical step for us to base our cloud initiative on Azure. A growing segment of our customers and prospects are looking into the cloud as a new software delivery channel. We believe the combination of Enterprise Alert and Azure creates a unique value proposition and beneficial software delivery option for our customers.”
“Business solution vendors like Derdack are a crucial element of accelerating the adoption of cloud computing. We are pleased to see Derdack’s enterprise notification and mobile incident management software integrate into Azure,” said Garth Fort, General Manager of Enterprise Partners, Microsoft. “Solutions like Enterprise Alert can open entire new customer and application segments for Azure and add additional value for our customers.”
To learn more about Derdack’s notification and communication automation solution, please visit booth 113 in the System Center Partner Pavilion at the Microsoft TechEd Europe conference on October 28-31 in Barcelona.
ABOUT DERDACK GMBH
Derdack designs enterprise-class software for automated, reliable and auditable notifications via voice, text, push, IM and, email and smartphone apps for a truly mobile incident response. Derdack’s software Enterprise Alert helps large enterprises and global services organizations to automate and centralize alert notification processes, to reliably distribute critical information to the right people and to respond to critical incidents and emergency situations before they can impact business continuity and customer service levels.
Derdack is recognized for its intuitive yet inspiring software products and has customers in over 50 countries worldwide and in all verticals. Clients include BMW, Daimler, Imtech, Advance Auto Parts, BT Global Services, Principality and Sheraton. For further information please visit http://www.derdack.com.