Adaptiva Named as Finalist in the 4th Annual 2012 Golden Bridge Awards for Best New Information Technology Software
SEATTLE, Aug. 22, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Adaptiva, an award-winning provider of IT systems management solutions, is pleased to announce it is a finalist in the Fourth Annual Golden Bridge Awards. Golden Bridge recognized Adaptiva for its IT Systems Management Software Suite in the category of Best New Information Technology Software Product/Service. Winners will be honored at the Golden Bridge Awards Dinner and Presentation in San Francisco on Tuesday, October 2, 2012.
The coveted annual Golden Bridge Awards program with active participation from a broad spectrum of industry voices, encompasses the world's best in organizational performance, products and services, innovations, executives and management teams, women in business and the professions, case studies and successful deployments, public relations and marketing campaigns, product management, websites, blogs, white papers, videos, advertisements, creativity, partner programs, and customer satisfaction programs from every major industry in the world. Organizations from all over the world are eligible to submit nominations including public and private, for-profit and non-profit, largest to smallest and new start-ups.
A Microsoft Gold Partner, Adaptiva offers innovative software solutions to simplify the complexity of IT and rapidly improve ROI on existing systems. The Adaptiva IT Systems Management Software Suite extends the functionality of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, eliminates server infrastructure, including all secondary sites and distribution points, and significantly reduces the time, cost and hassle of managing IT. Adaptiva replaces bulky software with a fluid self-tuning, self-configuring and self-deploying software solution that is location aware, bandwidth sensitive and provides a true peer-to-peer network that can move massive amounts of data anytime, anywhere. The Suite also significantly reduces energy consumption and delivers Green IT with advanced PC power management, ends WMI issues and automatically diagnoses and repairs PCs. Flexible and fast to deploy, Adaptiva is tightly integrated with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager and scales to accommodate any enterprise environment.
"Adaptiva is honored to be named a Golden Bridge Awards finalist for this esteemed industry and peer recognition. We are pleased to be among such a talented group of innovators in the category of Best New Information Technology Software," said Todd Floyd, vice president of sales and operations at Adaptiva. "This recognition reinforces and validates the capabilities of Adaptiva's breakthrough IT Systems Management Software Suite and is a testament to our commitment to streamlining IT management with a dependable and easy to use, yet elegant and sophisticated solution."
To view a list of 2012 finalists, visit: http://www.goldenbridgeawards.com/world/.
Founded in 2004, Adaptiva is an award-winning leader in innovative IT systems management software solutions. A Microsoft Gold Partner, Adaptiva extends Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager by providing revolutionary hierarchy simplification, client health assurance and PC power management solutions. Adaptiva eliminates server infrastructure, streamlines system management and optimizes content distribution through a distributed network while significantly increasing the return on investment on existing systems. Adaptiva is deployed on nearly 2 million devices in over 14 countries, and is sold directly and through a network of partners and channel resellers. Learn more at www.adaptiva.com, email email@example.com or call 425.823.4500. Follow Adaptiva on Facebook and Twitter.
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