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Parallels Automation enables, to deliver speedy and efficient cloud service offering
Cloud enablement leader, Parallels, today announced that Japanese hosting company, Co., Ltd., has implemented Parallels Automation to increase efficiency and speed to market of its cloud service offerings.

Parallels Automation is a modular system that includes Parallels Business Automation (PBA) and Parallels Operations Automation (POA). PBA simplifies service delivery, billing and management, while POA provides end-to-end automation for provisioning, server management, application management, service plan creation and management, end-user self-service and reseller management.

Parallels Automation allows companies to quickly address a specific problem and expand functionality in line with the demands of a changing marketplace. Systems can be sold separately or as a complete integrated system. (Nagano, President: Jason Frisch, offers webhosting services featuring the use of virtualization technology and with Parallels Automation. can manage high density and high efficiency servers to support an increasing customer base. In addition, the modules enhance competitive advantage and can deliver excellent customer service without any time loss.

“The Parallels’ solution enables us to offer a wider range of services with quick implementation, while allowing continued business growth,” said Jason Frisch, CEO of “Parallels Automation enables us to extend service offerings and to support end-user management systems.”

“As a Parallels Partner,, is a pioneer in the cloud services provisioning,” Jan-Jaap Jager, General Manager APAC at Parallels said. “Hosters and cloud services providers like can rely on Parallels Automation to launch new services quickly, reduce customer churn and decrease operating costs.”

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Published Wednesday, April 07, 2010 5:42 AM by David Marshall
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