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Netuitive Named to Prestigious ‘Tech 50’ List
Netuitive, Inc., the leader in self-learning performance management software, today announced that it has been named to the Tech 50 List by Tech Journal South. The company was hand-selected over hundreds of entries for its leadership in technology innovation, marketplace potential and execution success. Based on nine patented technologies, Netuitive’s software has gained attention from its ability to do what is “humanly” impossible by automating the most difficult and costly processes in managing IT systems and business services.

Today’s recognition by Tech Journal builds on the momentum that Netuitive has gained in recent months. Since the beginning of 2007, Netuitive has been named a “Cool Vendor” by Gartner, secured $8M in funding, announced its expansion to the United Kingdom with a new office and top sales talent, and brought to market Netuitive SI for VMware, the industry’s first self-learning, self-configuring management solution for virtualized environments.

“Achieving ‘Tech 50’ status by an influential technology publication shows that our contributions are being noticed by customers, and by our peers as well,” said Nicola Sanna, president and CEO of Netuitive. “2007 has been a successful year for Netuitive. We have expanded our presence and forged new relationships with partners and customers across a wide range of markets — watch us throughout 2007, as we continue to introduce new products and technology that innovates our space and keeps us well ahead of the competition.”

Netuitive’s products automate the deployment and administration of BSM, enabling organizations to guarantee service levels and significantly lower IT operational costs. It does this in a very unique way: By completely replacing manual rules and scripts with automated real-time monitoring and analysis. Netuitive’s self-learning performance management software does the “humanly” impossible by allowing customers to accomplish in just days what would otherwise require months or years.

Published Saturday, July 28, 2007 8:22 AM by David Marshall
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