Advent Software Selects Penta To Join Cloud Hosting Program

Private cloud computing supplier Penta today announced that Advent Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADVS), a leading provider of software and services for the global investment management industry, has chosen Penta as one of the companies that will host their investment management products in the cloud.

Penta specializes in delivering cloud computing solutions to businesses requiring high reliability, business continuity, data security, regulatory compliance, and confidentiality. Penta’s private cloud services are compliant with Swiss regulations as well as Dubai DIFC, and are ISAE 3402 audited – most recently by Ernst & Young.  With Penta’s local cloud infrastructures, Advent’s clients in Europe and the Middle East, who operate in the highly regulated investment management sector, will now have access to Penta’s local cloud hosting services, providing them with the regulatory IT compliance and the confidence that their systems are secure.

“Penta’s relationship with Advent brings together two key ingredients for the investment management industry: Penta’s secure, reliable, and compliant cloud hosting infrastructure, and Advent’s industry-leading financial management solutions,” says CEO Farhad Khalilnia. “Together, we can deliver the complete package to give our shared clients a sustained competitive advantage from their IT solutions.”

Penta is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, has offices in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), operating in four Tier-3+ redundant data centers with dedicated fiber-optic connections to London, Athens, and Moscow, as well as a standalone infrastructure in Tokyo.

Advent’s award winning solutions are relied upon by investment managers around the world for client and portfolio management, trading and compliance, performance reporting and accounting, research management, and more.

“By working with Penta, our clients can leverage Advent’s world-class investment management solutions in the cloud,” said Håkan Valberg, President, Advent Software EMEA. “We chose to collaborate with Penta in Europe and the Middle East because of its long track record in the cloud, dedication to security and regulatory compliance, and its unique audited offer for investment managers.”

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About Penta

Penta is a private cloud-based information system management company founded in 1996 and headquartered in Geneva, with offices in Dubai’s DIFC. Its clients are predominantly in the financial sector and other sensitive industries that require high reliability, data security, regulatory compliance and ensured business continuity. Penta’s approach is to partner with clients to supply a complete IT package in order to add value to operations and ensuring a better return on IT investments. Additional information is available at

About Advent Software

Over the last 30 years of industry change, our core mission to help our clients focus on their unique strategies and deliver exceptional investor service has never wavered. With unparalleled precision and ahead-of‐the-curve solutions, we’ve helped over 4,400 firms in nearly 60 countries — from established global institutions to small start-up practices — to grow their business and thrive. Advent technology helps firms minimize risk, work together seamlessly, and discover new opportunities in a constantly evolving world. Together with our clients, we are shaping the future of investment management. For more information on Advent products visit

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Infinet Cloud Announces Exhibitor Sponsorship of NetSuite SuiteWorld 2014

Infinet Cloud today announced its sponsorship of SuiteWorld 2014, NetSuite’s annual user conference for customers, partners, media and industry analysts, being held May 12–15 in San Jose, Calif. NetSuite’s SuiteWorld 2014 conference is slated to be the largest-ever gathering of the fast-growing NetSuite community, with an expected 6,000 attendees coming together to inspire, connect with one another and to share business transformation best practices for getting the most out of the world’s leading cloud ERP suite.

“SuiteWorld is a key event in our calendar each year and provides a great opportunity for networking, lead generation, as well as staying informed and up to date with all aspects of the NetSuite community,” said Fraser Selfe, CEO of Infinet Cloud. “This is our fourth year at SuiteWorld and the relationships we have built continue to grow as we expand into additional countries.”

At SuiteWorld 2014, Infinet Cloud will showcase its HRMS solutions – International Payroll, Automated Electronic Leave Management, Advanced Tine Sheeting and Billing, and Project Management solutions. These solutions enable companies to manage the full life cycle of their employees in multiple countries and help them with project cost and time management.

To learn more, visit us at booth #809 in the SuiteWorld Expo at the San Jose Convention Center.

About SuiteWorld 2014

SuiteWorld is NetSuite’s annual conference, being held at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. on May 12-15 for customers, users, partners, developers, media and industry analysts. Attendees of SuiteWorld join the full strength of the NetSuite ecosystem to learn and explore, network face-to-face, and help shape the next evolution of cloud computing services.

For registration and additional details, please visit To join the SuiteWorld conversation on Twitter, please use #NSW14.

About Infinet Cloud

Infinet Cloud Solutions are specialist providers and developers of employee centric cloud-based business solutions, including payroll, leave management, timesheet & billing. Infinet Cloud is a NetSuite solution provider partners in Asia Pacific, and their SuiteApps require no external integration and are ‘Built for NetSuite’ verified. Built for NetSuite is a program for NetSuite SuiteCloud Developer Network (SDN) partners that provides them with information, resources and a method to verify that their applications and integrations, built using the NetSuite SuiteCloud Computing Platform, meet NetSuite’s standards and best practices.

NOTE: NetSuite and the NetSuite logo are service marks of NetSuite Inc.

AOL Security Breach Exposes Customer and Employee Information, Including Encrypted Passwords

handscomputerAOL is working with forensic experts and federal authorities to investigate the spoofing attack last week which appears to have given spammers access to customer information including encrypted passwords.

Reports of spam emails flooding AOL inboxes emerged on Tuesday, and AOL immediately began an investigation, according to a new blog post by AOL updating users on the status of the security investigation.

The attack involved unauthorized access to AOL’s network and systems where the spammers were able to see customer information, including AOL users’ email addresses, postal addresses, address book contact information, encrypted passwords, and encrypted answers to security questions for password resets. It is also believed that certain employee information was accessed.

“Importantly, we have no indication that the encryption on the passwords or the answers to security questions was broken. In addition, at this point in the investigation, there is no indication that this incident resulted in disclosure of users’ financial information, including debit and credit cards, which is also fully encrypted,” AOL’s security team writes in the post.

Spammers used the contact information to send spoofed emails that appeared to come from around two percent of AOL’s email accounts, according to the post.

AOL is encouraging users and employees to reset their passwords and change their security question and answer in light of the attack. It is also notifying potentially affected users.

Controversy around the security of free email services has not been limited to AOL recently. Last month, Microsoft changed its email policy in response to reports that it snooped in a user’s email account to find the source of a code leak back in 2012.

WFT Announces Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) Initiative for Enterprise Customers

WFT Cloud, an SAP-certified provider of cloud services for SAP® solutions, announced a new initiative which involves migrating existing data centers to a Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) concept for enterprise software landscapes.

WFT recognizes that customers are tasked every day to find ways to improve their business agility and speed of innovation, increase their service quality to both internal and external customers, improve their business continuity and reduce/minimize downtime, and ultimately drive down their total cost of ownership (e.g., both capital expenses (CapEx) and operating expenses (OpEx).

WFT strongly believes this can be achieved by leveraging solutions that provide standardization, visualization, orchestration, and most importantly automation. Automation will be a key factor to help achieve lower operating costs, increased productivity (agility), higher availability and reliability (quality), and better performance (speed).

The increasing demand for cost-effective and flexible data-center solutions along with the requirements for resource pooling, break down of vendor lock-ins and automatic networking configurations are playing an important role in shaping the future of the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC). Even though the solutions can be independently operated, they can be integrated together to provide an overall cost-effective solution for the data center.

According to a recent IDC report, the major forces driving enterprise customers are the innovations in processing power and memory, high demand for resource pooling, and manual/custom networking configurations. Customers that are already running solutions in a virtualized environment or are in the process of virtualization are looking forward to gaining a better competitive advantage within their data center, by extending intelligent and integrated management platforms through SDDC for better automation.

Ganesh Radhakrishnan, CEO of WFT Cloud (Wharfedale Technologies), stated that technologies like SDDC will provide tangible business benefits for enterprise customers with improved agility and reduced operational costs.

WFT, a pioneer of infrastructure delivery for decades, strongly believes the SDDC concept will enable customers to benefit from a higher level of automation for their landscapes, including those with applications from SAP and other vendors. WFT works closely with vendors to achieve better ROI with SDDC for use with SAP solutions.

IT infrastructure for typical enterprise customers has often become distributed and complex. Companies also end up with disparate infrastructure because of mergers and acquisitions. Moving to a SDDC architecture can help increase usability, making the infrastructure more resilient and agile and provides a global view of systems when new applications are deployed, while reducing operational costs.

WFT Cloud implemented server virtualization in-house, seven years ago to reap the benefits of consolidation. The next phase in the roadmap for SDDC was network virtualization, which was achieved with implementation of software-defined networking, which currently provides the core routing, VPN and firewall functionalities for the instances of SAP software in WFT Cloud. The next logical step is storage virtualization, which is currently in the process of being rolled out. WFT Cloud gained valuable experience in deploying this architecture internally for SAP solution landscapes and intends to use this knowledge to solve customers’ business problems and provide automated service provisioning capabilities.

About Wharfedale Technologies Inc.

Wharfedale Technologies Inc. (WFT) is a leading technology consulting firm specializing in infrastructure integrations and services for SAP® solutions, as well as private/public/hybrid cloud solutions. As an SAP-certified provider of cloud and hosting services, Wharfedale also offers solutions around high availability, disaster recovery, advanced sizing for virtualization, backup/recovery integration, systems refresh automation and landscape optimization.

For more information on Wharfedale and WFT Cloud services, please visit or call us at (888) 533-3113.

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Survey Identifies Cloud Speed as the Primary Business Driver for Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS)

SnapLogic, the Elastic Integration™ company, today announced new findings from a joint survey with TechValidate which focused on the business and technical drivers and barriers for software-as-a-service (SaaS) application and cloud analytics adoption in the enterprise. The survey queried more than 100 U.S. companies with revenues greater than $500 million. Highlighting the demand for the right approach to integrating disparate SaaS applications, 72% of the survey respondents indicated that they have an active cloud application or data integration project. A modern, scalable architecture was recognized as the primary technical requirement for a cloud integration platform, and speed or time to value was the primary business driver.

Data Privacy and Integration Continue to be SaaS Adoption Barriers

  • 56% of survey respondents are running four or more SaaS applications.
  • 22% said that 25-50% of their business applications will be delivered as a cloud service by 2015.
  • 47% noted data privacy concerns as a barrier to SaaS application adoption in their companies, while 43% prioritized application and data integration challenges.

Modern Cloud Integration Platforms Gaining Traction in the Enterprise

  • 59% of survey respondents listed speed or time to value as the primary business driver for a cloud integration service. 53% identified flexibility and agility in response to requests and changes and 27% prioritized the SaaS subscription model (operational vs. capital expense).
  • In terms of iPaaS technical requirements, 52% said a modern and scalable architecture was the primary requirement, while 41% prioritized the ability to seamlessly handle cloud constructs such as JSON, REST and APIs.
  • When asked about the challenges of relying upon legacy on-premises integration tools for cloud integration, 43% took issue with the requirement for costly hardware purchases and software installation and configuration. 37% found on-premise integration tools to be too expensive due to the perpetual licensing model and 35% noted that change management is painful where end point changes mean integration re-work.

Cloud Analytics Demand Increasing but Privacy and Security Remain a Concern

  • Just under 50% of respondents listed: Speed or time-to-value, flexibility and agility and easy access to business information as the top business drivers for cloud-based analytics.
  • 57% said that data security and privacy concerns remain a barrier to cloud analytics adoption in their companies. 38% noted the inability for cloud-based business intelligence (BI) tools to handle a large variety of data sources as an adoption barrier.

“The results of this TechValidate survey are in line with the conversations we’re having with our customers, partners and prospects,“ said Darren Cunningham, vice president of marketing at SnapLogic. “As SaaS application, analytics and API adoption grows in the enterprise, the ability to connect with other systems is the essential ingredient to long-term customer success. Integration should be a cloud accelerator not a bottleneck, which is why increasingly companies of all sizes are looking for modern, elastic integration alternatives to power their cloud services initiatives.”

“Companies are recognizing the complexities of integration in the face of data sources and initiatives that are evolving at a rapid pace,” said James Haight, research analyst at Blue Hill Research. “Rigid integration solutions have the inherent risk of making integration undertakings a reoccurring holdup. The TechValidate results point out the necessity of future proofing initiatives through choosing solutions that emphasize flexibility and are designed to handle the increasing presence of cloud applications and analytics.”

Learn More About the SnapLogic TechValidate Cloud Integration Survey
Visit to download the complete SnapLogic TechValidate survey results and register for an interactive webcast on April 25th at 1pm ET where we’ll review the results and provide an overview of the SnapLogic Integration Cloud.

About TechValidate
TechValidate is a trusted third-party research organization that directly interfaces with business and technology end users to collect and validate information about their deployments. More information is available at

About SnapLogic
SnapLogic is the leader in Elastic Integration, helping companies connect enterprise applications and data in the cloud and on-premise for improved business agility and faster decision-making. With the award-winning SnapLogic Integration Cloud, organizations can more quickly and affordably accelerate the “cloudification” of enterprise IT with a fast, multi-point and modern integration platform as a service (iPaaS). Funded by leading venture investors, including Andreessen Horowitz and Ignition Partners, and co-founded by Gaurav Dhillon, former CEO and co-founder of Informatica, SnapLogic is used by prominent companies in the Global 2000.

Steadfast Hosts Open House with New Partner, Veeam

Steadfast, a leading provider of managed cloud hosting, dedicated servers, colocation, hybrid hosting, and disaster recovery, announced they will be adding a new office space at 800 S Wells St. in Chicago. An Open House will be held on April 24th at 5:30 pm to celebrate the new space. Throughout the evening, tours of the data center at 725 S Wells will take place every 20 minutes. The company currently has two data center locations in Chicago, at 350 E Cermak and 725 S Wells.

Steadfast is excited to partner with Veeam Software, an Elite VMware Technology Alliance partner and a Microsoft managed partner, to co-host the Open House. Steadfast is expanding their offerings with Veeam.

“Becoming a Veeam Cloud Provider partner has allowed Steadfast to design, build and offer next-level backup and replication solutions for our private cloud, dedicated and colocation customers running Hyper-V and ESXi,” said Karl Zimmerman, president of Steadfast.

“Partnering with Veeam has given Steadfast the tools to design and implement a whole new breed of backup, replication and disaster recovery solutions for our clients. There simply does not exist a better software solution for managing Hyper-V and VMware backups,” Zimmerman said.

“Steadfast becoming a Veeam partner benefits clients across the board,” said Mike Waguespack, senior director of Veeam Software’s Global Cloud Group. “By combining Veeam’s robust data protection software with its own reliable, customizable infrastructure, Steadfast delivers powerful backup and disaster recovery solutions, tailored to each individual business’s needs.”

About Steadfast
Founded in 1998, Steadfast is a Chicago-based IT infrastructure provider with fully redundant data centers in Chicago and northern New Jersey. Steadfast’s services include managed cloud hosting, dedicated servers, colocation, hybrid hosting and disaster recovery services. These services are all highly customizable and designed to give customers maximum flexibility. By combining services, enterprises can create unique infrastructures tailored to specific requirements. Steadfast’s customers include organizations of all sizes, from small and medium businesses with single cloud hosting accounts to larger companies with multi-gigabit setups. Steadfast prides itself on its “Always there” philosophy, with comprehensive managed services and support.

For more information about Steadfast, visit

To learn more about the Open House, please contact
Jamie Madison
Marketing Manager, Steadfast
312-602-2689 x240

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Web Hosts Seek Out Partners in an Ecommerce World Where Every Dollar Counts

shoppingcartBeing able to buy and sell things online is undoubtedly one of the most useful features of the internet. Just like blogging platforms were built around the simple exchange of thoughts and ideas, companies like Ebay and Etsy built their online marketplaces around the simple exchange of goods.

Yet these simple ecommerce platforms often lack the control and flexibility that many businesses need, not to mention integration with their existing website. While there are plenty of ecommerce solutions available, many people find them too difficult to implement by themselves.

Meanwhile, services like Bigcommerce and Shopify package all the services needed to build an ecommerce service along with a website builder, a content management system, website hosting, and everything else needed for an ecommerce website. These unified services essentially hide many of the complex functions to the shop-owners, and provide what they need from one supplier for one monthly fee.

Mass-market web hosts have surely taken note, and are readying some innovative ecommerce solutions.

In February, 1&1’s parent company United Internet acquired a 25 percent stake in online store software provider ePages, and ePages became 1&1’s exclusive partner for online shop software in Europe and North America. This effectively boosted the number of ePages shops to more than 120,000, but, perhaps, more importantly opened ePages up to the North American market, when it had previously been known mostly in Europe.

Also in February, web host GoDaddy announced a partnership with open-source ecommerce platform Spree Commerce to provide the basis for GoDaddy’s ecommerce solution for small business customers known as “Online Store”.

Spree Commerce CEO Sean Schofield said in an interview that using the open-source Spree code provides the sort of flexibility needed to deal with the various needs of GoDaddy customers. “There’s quite a bit of flexibility in how [Spree] was designed, and architected to be easily adapted to a lot of different situations. So, it wasn’t terribly difficult for them to turn it to multi-tenant with thousands of stores per server,” Schofield says.

One of GoDaddy’s ecommerce product goals seemed to be dealing with the complexities of running an online store. After all, a physical store has things like invoices, purchase orders, credit card machines, accountants, marketers, and sales reps that all basically have to be recreated online.

This can be easier or harder based on the business, but it is undoubtedly scary. As Schofield says, “Ecommerce can scare off both hosting providers and developers.”

Some of the reasons why ecommerce remains a difficult area is that the stakes are quite high. “Whenever an ecommerce store is down, people are losing money,” Schofield says. When blogs and other websites are unavailable, the site owner might not notice, and site visitors might come back later when the site’s back up. In contrast, he says, serious ecommerce sites know how many orders they get each day and how much revenue they lose every hour their site is down.

Furthermore, site responsiveness also matters, given that slow page load times cause visitors to visit fewer pages, and are less likely to make purchases.

With Spree, GoDaddy can provide an ecommerce solution that’s more dependable and responsive. According to research from web host Ninefold, Spree has faster load times than competitor Magento. Additionally, Magento has 8.2 million lines of open-source code, while Spree has just 49,000, meaning that Spree is leaner and easier for Ruby developers to make additions or fix bugs.

Compared to proprietary solutions, the open-source nature of Spree also helps by offloading some of the burden of code updates to an active community. Spree’s API also allows web hosts to provide a wide range of features that would be impossible to get out of the box.

But beyond making Spree the basis of a Software as a Service ecommerce offering, Spree can be used with any hosting, unlike many SaaS-only solutions. This is especially helpful in the world of big ecommerce where performance is an issue. Being able to, for instance, performing DDoS testing by pummeling the site with traffic, adding resources in advance of a major sale, or A/B testing different checkout experiences are all difficult to do with a simple SaaS solution.

As stores grow on simple and easy SaaS platforms, the ones that grow will inevitably seek out more custom solutions.

Schofield says this is good for retailers and ecommerce business. He says, “The more storefronts the better…regardless of what platform they’re on.”

TabWare Maintenance Management Solution Achieves 100% Cloud Uptime in Q1

AssetPoint, a leading provider of Computerized Maintenance Management Software / Enterprise Asset Management (CMMS / EAM) solutions, announced their TabWare Cloud Computing solution achieved 100% uptime for their customers in the first quarter of 2014.

AssetPoint has been a leader in CMMS / EAM solutions for over 30 years, and TabWare, a Best-in-Class CMMS / EAM solution designed by maintenance professionals for maintenance professionals, is utilized by organizations of all sizes and in many industries, such as Oil & Gas, Discrete and Process Manufacturing, Food & Beverage, Chemicals and Mining & Metals. TabWare maximizes asset performance and improves maintenance efficiencies, resulting in reduced operating costs and higher profit margins. TabWare is easy to learn and easy to use, so organizations are able to get up and running in days. AssetPoint offers three flexible deployment options; Software as a Service (SaaS), Online (hosted) and On-site for organizations who want TabWare on their own servers. TabWare is the leading CMMS / EAM solution for organizations that want full functionality without the expense, resources and time other solutions demand.

In the first quarter of AssetPoint’s fiscal year 2014, the TabWare Online and SaaS solution maintained a 100% uptime rate. In addition, the overall 2013 uptime rate was 99.97%. AssetPoint passes an annual SSAE 16 Type II audit for system and data security year after year and maintains a formal disaster recovery process to ensure business continuity in the event of a disaster.

Kay Jenkins, AssetPoint’s Executive Vice President of Research and Development, said, “AssetPoint is committed to our customers’ success, and maintaining an uptime rate of over 99.9% for our TabWare Cloud Computing customers ensures they have reliable and stable access to their critical EAM solutions and services. Our TabWare Online and SaaS solution benefits customers by reducing the need for IT involvement since AssetPoint manages all aspects of hosting the solution, including automatic upgrades and scheduled maintenance. Our customers’ equipment uptime depends on our uptime.”

About AssetPoint:
AssetPoint, makers of TabWare, is the leading provider of CMMS / EAM solutions for organizations whose success depends on the performance of their assets. For over 30 years, AssetPoint has led the market in helping customers control their maintenance costs, optimize spare parts inventory, streamline procurement and improve management, command and control.

Designed by maintenance professionals for maintenance professionals, TabWare is easy to learn, easy to use and proven over time to be the most effective product in the market. That’s why tens of thousands of users trust their critical assets to TabWare each and every day. To view online demos and case studies, visit

StratoGen Appoints Kat McClure to Spearhead Global Marketing Efforts

Leading VMware cloud hosting provider StratoGen is pleased to announce the appointment of Kat McClure as its new Global Marketing Director.

Kat will lead the international marketing program to meet StratoGen’s market expansion within the hybrid cloud space. Her efforts will be focused on increasing global demand by bringing in new customers and partners as well as further developing existing business relationships.

With over 14 years of experience in the IT and media sectors, Kat has considerable experience in multi-national B2B marketing including working at Microsoft, AppSense, Mistral Internet and BskyB. Kat’s extensive marketing background is extremely well placed to further enhance the good reputation and rapid growth plans of the StratoGen business.

Karl Robinson, Sales Director at StratoGen commented: “We are thrilled that Kat has joined the leadership team at StratoGen. Her previous experience and pragmatic approach will be pivotal to our plans to significantly expand our hybrid cloud offering over the next few years. The business has been growing 50% year on year and having Kat heading up the marketing efforts will certainly help propel StratoGen into its next phase of growth.”

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About StratoGen

StratoGen is a leading VMware hosting company with a worldwide client base and award winning cloud platform. StratoGen operates in multiple datacentres across the US, Europe and Asia offering VMware hosting, disaster recovery and associated services. StratoGen hosted VMware products include a 100% uptime service level guarantee.

EasyVista to Showcase Its Leading Cloud-Based IT Service and Asset Management Solutions at HDI 2014 Conference & Expo

EasyVista Inc. (, a global leader in cloud-based IT Service and Asset Management, is proud to be a silver sponsor and exhibitor at the HDI 2014 Conference & Expo. The 24th annual world conference for technical service and support, HDI 2014 is being held at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando (April 1-4, 2014).

The conference is organized by HDI, a global IT service and technical support association, and the industry’s premier certification and training body. Guided by an international panel of industry experts and practitioners, HDI is the leading resource for IT service and technical support, emerging trends, and best practices.

This year’s conference aims to draw more than 2,300 IT service and support professionals with briefings and speaking sessions from industry thought leaders, practitioners and process experts from around the world. EasyVista, will be on-site in the expo hall to deliver presentations on how EasyVista can improve ITSM within an organization and the various departments that IT has a positive impact towards. Those that visit the EasyVista booth will see the latest developments EasyVista is making within its cloud-based solutions and how they aim to further revolutionize the market.

“More and more organizations are striving to deliver a richer IT experience to end-users and customers. We aim to continue to deliver that experience and the HDI 2014 attendees will get a glimpse of the next evolution of this within EasyVista,” explained Andrew White, General Manager (Americas) and EVP of Marketing at EasyVista. “We’re greatly looking forward to our participation at HDI 2014, as each year it draws in the best and brightest IT service and support professionals from around the world and allows us to further educate on how EasyVista can help their organizations.”

EasyVista can be found in the expo hall at booth #618 and will present demonstrations throughout the event, have staff available to answer any questions, and hold a prize raffle.

About EasyVista

EasyVista Inc., a leading provider of IT Service and Asset Management software, has more than 25 years of experience as a pure player in the IT Management space. The company has a direct presence around the world with offices in the US, Canada, France, Germany, UK, Italy, Spain and Portugal. EasyVista is quoted on NYSE Alternext exchange. For more information, visit: