Enterprise monitoring provider Centreon opens Toronto office
October 19, 2018 | By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
October 19, 2018 – Centreon Software Systems, a European provider of enterprise monitoring solutions for converging and hybrid IT infrastructures, has launched in North America with an office in Toronto.
Enterprise customers in the U.S. and Canada will now be able to access the company’s IT infrastructure monitoring (ITIM) solution as digital transformation markets accelerate. Company co-founder Romain Le Merlus has assumed the role of CEO for the North American operations; co-founder and former chief technology officer Julien Mathis has assumed the role of CEO, Europe.
“North America is a mature IT market, and organizations are struggling with multiple legacy tools that are not designed to monitor converging on-premises and cloud infrastructures,” says Le Merlus. “The result is operational siloes and lack of visibility, while outages persist. This places organizations at a competitive disadvantage and hinders their ability to innovate and transform digitally. Our open-source DNA enables organizations to take an agile approach, so they can consolidate and streamline IT monitoring, cut cost and complexity, and future-proof IT operations.”
International Data Corporation forecasts a compound annual growth rate of 17.9 per cent in spending on digital transformation for the period through 2021 – at that time the spending will nearly double to more than $2.1 trillion. With over 30 per cent growth year over year, Centreon says is well-positioned to address the infrastructure monitoring challenges of companies embracing digital transformation.
Centreon EMS, the company’s modular, all-in-one Enterprise Monitoring Suite, has a growing installed base of international IT users. The solution enables streamlined and cross-domain monitoring for IT operations management (ITOM) seeking to avoid costly downtime as they manage big data and integrate new toolsets.
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