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Romonet® Launches Portal: Business Management Software for Data Centre Operators

LONDON, November 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

"Uniquely bringing together engineering, operations and finance."

Romonet®, a leading provider of data centre predictive modeling software, today launches Romonet Portal, a cloud-based solution which enables data centre operators to forecast, plan and measure business performance with greater insight, accuracy and agility than previously possible. Based on its proprietary and award-winning predictive modelling software, Portal will be unveiled at DatacenterDynamics London conference. Award-winning UK data centre operator Ark Continuity will discuss its experience and benefits as a Romonet Portal user in a scheduled programme session.

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Romonet Portal offers data centre operators a customisable view of operational and financial performance from portfolio to client level. A highly visual 'window' on the business management of data centres - now and into the future - and gives the cost transparency needed to reduce financial risk and increase predictability.

Richard Borton, Operations Director, Ark Continuity said: "Romonet's technology uniquely brings engineering, operations and finance together. We now have consistency of data and accuracy of output and can compare investments on a system versus system basis. Thanks to Romonet's software, we can more quickly demonstrate depth of understanding around how infrastructure solutions will perform, providing customers with the confidence that we'll be able to meet their current and future requirements. Romonet enables us to enhance our leadership position by delivering extremely predictable business performance for our customers and investors alike."

Zahl Limbuwala, CEO of Romonet, said: "We believe that Portal will make it far easier for data centre managers tasked with controlling costs to finally embrace IT financial management. Metering and monitoring are important in operations; but business needs its own window on the financial and operational performance of its IT and data center infrastructure. Portal was designed because business and finance managers told us they wanted a single place where they could manage, control and accurately forecast IT financial performance across their entire data center estate - at the tap of a screen. Our Portal dashboard was developed with the whole organisation in mind - to understand, manage and control costs at every level of the business."

Unveiled at DatacenterDynamics on the 14th of November, Romonet Portal will be demonstrated live on Romonet's stand.

Notes to editors:

About Romonet

Founded in 2006, Romonet is a UK based software company, with offices in London, San Francisco and New York. The company provides the predictive modeling tools, and consultancy which businesses require to accurately predict, account and manage cost and risk within their data center or cloud computing environment. For more information, visit http://www.romonet.com.

About Ark Continuity

Ark specialize in the design, build and operation of high integrity data centers, developed to deliver optimum security and availability with the highest levels of sustainability, without compromise. Our structured methodology combined with proven and rigorous engineering, results in highly modular architectures that are scalable, multi-tiered, rapidly deployed, highly efficient and, above all, low carbon. http://www.arkcontinuity.co.uk

Contact:
Flavio da Silva, Marketing Director at Romonet
T: +44(0)208-2560262
E: [email protected]

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