Nlyte Software has announced a partnership with Improved IT, the IT infrastructure management reseller. This means organisations throughout EMEA will have a direct line to industry data center infrastructure management (DCIM).
Headquartered in Rotterdam, Improved IT – part of the HTL group – provides trusted IT infrastructure management solutions including security, network and data center infrastructure for the public, industrial, health, finance, transport and education sectors.
The new global partnership will see Improved IT working with Nlyte Software to distribute Nlyte Software’s suite of DCIM tools including its latest releases Nlyte 9.0 and Nlyte Discovery. This opens up opportunities for the market to incorporate next generation solutions into their existing infrastructure that will improve operational efficiency, provide more accurate and timely information and identify potential cyber security vulnerabilities.
With Improved IT and Nlyte Software customers across the region will benefit from proven industry solutions that will give them the reliability and robustness they require to manage their assets to their maximum operational efficiency.
“Improved IT is a trusted leader in delivering pan-European industry leading solutions and will strengthen Nlyte Software’s presence across EMEA,” said Moshe Benjo, Nlyte Software Vice President, Head of Sales, EMEA. “Improved IT is one of our strongest infrastructure management partnerships to date and together we will serve the needs of our shared data center customers with smarter solutions to solve mission-critical problems for data center managers throughout the European, Middle East and African regions.”
As a new partner in EMEA, Improved IT, founded in 1985, will provide not only Nlyte Software solutions to its wide customer base, but also strategy, advice and ongoing support following consultation and integration.
Nils ‘t Hart, Director Sales of Improved IT said, “Nlyte Software is a trusted industry leader with the best DCIM solution in the market, so it was not a difficult decision to partner with them. We have and always will be focused on providing our customers with the best in breed solutions to solve the variety of challenges they face, and having Nlyte Software on board bolsters our growing technology portfolio.”
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