Outstanding growth in EMEA and LATAM as organizations worldwide choose Entuity for its unified architecture and deep network insight

Entuity®, a provider of enterprise-class network management solutions, today announced that it solidifies its position as a market leader through global enterprise customer acquisitions and a refined channel strategy.  In 2014, Entuity increased new license revenues in EMEA by over 75 percent, and LATAM by over 125 percent as customers embraced Entuity for its highly automated solution and unified architecture. Entuity’s refined channel strategy focuses on even deeper strategic alignment with key partners such as BMC Software and Dell Networking.

2014 highlights for Entuity include:

  • New worldwide customers such as the Indianapolis Airports Authority (USA), Sunrise (Switzerland), BlueCrest Capital (UK), Intellego (Mexico), La Rive (Poland), and Banco Central (Ecuador)
  • Strategic partnership with Dell networking to deliver enterprise-class network management to Dell customers
  • Deep integration between flagship Entuity network management product and SurePath, Entuity’s new application driven network insight product.

“Entuity’s understanding of the global network management market, our experience delivering best in class network management solutions, and our innovative product roadmap are key facets in our 2014 success,” said Michael Jannery, president and CEO at Entuity.  “Customers find that our expert support team and our product’s ease of use, automation, scalability, and architecture make Entuity an easy choice for them.  This is a really exciting time in our industry as companies move well beyond basic monitoring and look at the business value of solutions.  Entuity is perfectly positioned for enterprises needing a powerful and highly automated solution in 2015.”

Over the past year, Entuity has added new team members in North America including Laurie Azaria Klausner and Brady White.  Klausner is leading Entuity’s marketing worldwide and White is handling Dell and North American sales.  Laurie comes to Entuity with a track record of success at companies such as Biscom, Jibunu, Ipswitch, and Azuki Systems (now Ericsson), while Brady joins Entuity from EVault (a Seagate Company), Novell, and EMC. Additionally, new hires were made on the support, operations and pre-sales teams.