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November 12, 2009
Neptuny (News - Alert) Caplan is a capacity planning solution that allows customers to safely optimize, rationalize and consolidate their data-centers.
"We decided to join the Neptuny Business Partner Program because we believe that Caplan offers effective support for an efficient and lean management of enterprise IT operations,” said Mike Silberman, managing director, NetAge Solutions GmbH, in a release.
Silberman said that as a member of the Neptuny Business Partner Program, the company will benefit from a state-of-the-art Capacity Planning solution that can be implemented quickly and easily to provide our customers with a fast ROI.
“We are proud to announce that NetAge joined our Business Partner Program," said Giuseppe Nardiello (News - Alert), business development manager, Neptuny.
Nardiello said NetAge’s expertise and technical knowledge in business service management will enable Neptuny to better service its customers.
Neptuny is a provider of performance optimization and IT resource management solutions for large data centers and networks.
Back in September Neptuny had announced the launch of its business partner program.
The Neptuny Business Partner program is designed to support partners in reselling its solutions and providing their consulting and support services on Caplan, the capacity planning solution that allows customers to safely optimize, rationalize and consolidate their data-centers.
Caplan has been adopted by major companies in several industries such as Telco, finance, energy, retail, travel among others.
The Neptuny Business Partner program will enable Neptuny partners to share the business opportunities around Caplan.
In July Neptuny announced that it had become a member of the Microsoft (News - Alert) Mediaroom Application Developer Program, which is focused on the creation of applications that run on the Microsoft Mediaroom platform, helping service providers and third-party developers to develop persuasive and revenue-generating TV-based solutions.
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Edited by Patrick Barnard