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Zenoss and Spectrum Systems - Emtec Federal Partner to Deliver Unified Monitoring to U.S. Federal Government Organizations
Zenoss, the leading provider of unified IT monitoring and analytics solutions for physical, virtual, and cloud-based IT infrastructure and applications, today announced a partnership with Spectrum Systems - Emtec Federal to allow federal government customers to purchase Zenoss Service Dynamics via a GSA IT 70 schedule contract transaction.

Spectrum Systems - Emtec Federal, headquartered in Herndon, Va., is an IT integrator, value added reseller, and a provider of IT infrastructure and professional services to the federal marketplace. "With the proliferation of cloud, virtualization and a blend of applications integrating with legacy systems, government agencies are struggling to effectively manage their infrastructure," states Barry Culman, CEO of Spectrum Systems - Emtec Federal. "Unified monitoring is an absolute necessity to manage resources, and Zenoss provides our customers IT service reliability and responsiveness."

The public sector has no easy task as it looks to provide flexible IT services and high degrees of efficiency. Federal agencies are looking to replace costly and antiquated legacy monitoring systems with modern day systems designed with the flexibility, ease-of-use, and scalability required to manage complex federal government environments.

"We are excited to be working with Spectrum Systems - Emtec Federal and look forward to establishing a long-term trusted relationship that leads to exceptional performance for government clients," said Chris Smith, CMO for Zenoss. "This partnership is an exciting next step toward expanding our presence in the federal market as we look for opportunities to introduce our unified monitoring and analytics products to new agencies and federal integrators."

Published Thursday, August 14, 2014 6:57 PM by David Marshall
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