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March 12, 2012
Autotask Corporation, a company offering hosted IT business management software, has recently unveiled its IT business management software in German to reach German-speaking market.
For some years now, Autotask software has been working on making business processes easy for its customers using its IT business management software. This software is designed to automate and optimize business processes for IT service providers by integrating critical business systems in a single, cloud-based application and providing real-time reporting and service delivery intelligence.
The usage of this software is enabling users to gain measurable improvements in resource utilization, profitability and ROI within the first month after implementation, according to the company officials.
Now the German version of this software can aid IT service providers, value-added resellers (VARs), managed services providers (MSPs) and independent software vendors in Germany to streamline business and service processes.
"We have made a strong commitment to better serving our customers here, and to supporting the entire IT channel in Germany," said Mark Banfield, Autotask managing director, international. "Translating Autotask for the German market is just the first step. We will shortly have an office in Frankfurt, and we have full sales and support resources available through our own staff and through our distribution partners."
Maximilian Pfister, general manager of niteflite networxx, GmbH, in Feldafing, Germany said, "Having Autotask available in German just opens up the market and makes it much easier for solution providers to manage their businesses and improve their services and transparency for their clients."Autotask showcased the new German version of its software at recently held CeBIT 2012 in Hannover, Germany, along with distributor acmeo cloud-distribution GmbH & Co. KG, a leading distributor of software-as-a-service (SaaS (News - Alert)), cloud-based solutions for IT service providers, and GFI MAX and MSPs, and a long-time Autotask integration partner.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin