By Anil Sharma
TMCnet Contributing Editor
) Inc., a global provider of best practice software tools for VoIP and IT Asset Management, has launched its operations in Scotland by opening an office in Edinburgh.
Officials said the office will offer sales and support services to the company’s growing base of resellers and end users.
The company officials said that focusing on private and public sectors throughout Scotland, the Scottish branch will offer the company’s software tools to improve Quality of Service while reducing IT costs in VoIP and data networks.
According to officials, a fully automated and integrated end-to-end solution, Codima Toolbox holds the flagship product, autoMap.
The tool facilitates network auditing by identifying IT assets and creating topology maps of any IT network directly with Microsoft (News
) Office Visio. With its Multi Site Scheduler function, the tool helps auditing firms and other companies to document IT assets for budgeting, auditing, legal and other requirements in multiple locations.
The company has appointed IT industry veteran John Howell as vice president of Sales and Business Development Scotland and will be accountable for the day-to-day operations of the Scottish business as well as sales, support and service to resellers and customers.
“Codima has been active in the U.K. market since its inception, and the Scottish market with its international business community, is important to us. In a market looking to reduce IT costs and economize by installing cost efficient IP telephony, our technology helps enterprises achieve more with less” said Christer Mattsson (News
), CEO, Codima.
Codima Inc. in April had announced the launch of a nationwide sales organization increasing the company’s presence in the North American market. Adding new locations in Chicago IL, Hartford CT, Charlotte NC and Toronto, Canada, Codima will offer full services in sales, marketing and technical support to its growing base of reselling partners and end-users. Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anil’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Tim Gray