Our relationship with Binary Research has been terrific and mutually profitable, and the UIU will continue to be available through them
Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) July 8, 2010
Today, Big Bang LLC announced the opening of their distribution channel for the Universal Imaging Utility (UIU). The UIU is patented technology that makes possible the creation of a hardware-independent hard drive image that can easily be deployed to any laptop or desktop regardless of manufacturer. The latest version 4.6 includes Apple Mac support and full compatibility with Windows 7 64-bit.
Since the creation of the UIU in 2004, sole distribution rights had been granted to Binary Research, Inc. In an effort to broaden the reach and awareness of the UIU, Big Bang has decided to take on select distributors and resellers.
"Our relationship with Binary Research has been terrific and mutually profitable, and the UIU will continue to be available through them," said Big Bang President, Adam Murphy. "We feel that the UIU is critical to efficient systems management and want to make sure that more people are readily aware of its potential."
Since 2004, the UIU has enabled IT departments to save considerable time and money. The goal of version 4.6 is to make the creation of a hardware-independent Windows XP, Vista or 7 image, and subsequent migration to any laptop or desktop regardless of manufacturer considerably more efficient.
The UIU has been effectively deployed to over 2.5 million PCs worldwide in a variety
of companies, government and healthcare agencies, and educational institutions.
About Big Bang LLC
Big Bang LLC is a Milwaukee area software developer and training company located in Franklin, WI. In addition to development of the Universal Imaging Utility, they provide training and support for Symantec Ghost Solution Suite. Behind the direction of owner and president Adam Murphy is a customer focused vision. The company seeks to make their unique technology readily available to help IT/Support departments, in the Milwaukee area and around the world, to reduce the time and money typically required for Windows image creation, maintenance, and deployment.
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