AmdoSoft is pleased to announce a new partnership with Finland’s E2 Software, and can now offer the b4 Process Protector for end-to-end monitoring as a Service.
The service allows companies to monitor the performance and availability of their CRM, ERP and other critical business systems in real-time. It feels as if they have their own personal service quality testing team on site. With help of the automated testing robot, called b4 Virtual Clients, and well-coordinated teamwork within the partnership, the service can be set up in a few hours and is maintained for the customers. A truly worry free system that gives the end user the control and visibility of the performance and availability of their critical services whether it is cloud based or on premise.
End to End monitoring as a Service not only provides live monitoring data but also delivers a historical comparison so that any degradation in performance over time is easily highlighted.
AmdoSoft and E2 Software have decided to align themselves together and offer an innovative and powerful enterprise solution, as a managed and highly secure service to customers in the mid-market of Finland.
E2 Software is based in Finland’s second largest city, Espoo, and specialises in performance management and enhancement systems. Adding end-to-end monitoring as a service is a natural add-on to their market leading portfolio.
Pooling synergies, securing systems, creating added value
David Griffith, Managing Director of AmdoSoft’s London office, and responsible for the international expansion of the partner network, sees the new partnership as “a positive opportunity to bundle synergies and jointly tackle the new market for end-to-end monitoring as a Service. E2 Software’s knowledge regarding Application Performance and Big Data Management, Network Monitoring and System Monitoring really impresses me and I look forward to a successful collaboration over the coming months and years.”
Risto Hakamäki, Director for E2 Software applauds “the wide technology and partner-oriented service of our new partner. We are always seeking new technologies for the proactive monitoring of business processes, and we see great value for our medium-sized customers especially in the telecommunication industry.”
Since the Hanseatic period in the 16th century, there have been close historical, cultural and economic relations between Germany and Finland. Today, Germany is Finland’s number one trading partner. Almost 250 Finnish companies are investing in Germany and 300 German companies are represented in Finland according to the German Federal Foreign Office.