|By Liz McMillan||
|January 30, 2014 06:00 AM EST||
Compuware has announced a new partnership with Software Architects Ltd, a software development firm and IT consultancy headquartered in Jamaica.
The companies will work together to help CARICOM (Caribbean Community and Common Market) businesses use Compuware APM technologies to improve IT performance as they transition to mobile platforms. Software Architects joined the Compuware Accelerate Partner Program primarily because of Compuware's leadership in mobile APM.
"As APM helps IT operations mature in Jamaica, it will also expedite the innovation required to spark economic growth in the Caribbean," said Damion Daley, CEO of Software Architects. "We are enthusiastic about Compuware's ability to address the broadest range of market requirements and free trial programs."
As one of the fastest growing IT consulting and application software development companies in Jamaica, Software Architects' expertise includes improving business success through strategic use of web application and mobile technology development, including SMS value-added services.
"We are very proud to be partnering with Software Architects. It is a terrific company with a strong vision and an extensive network of relationships," explained Robert Rivera, Director of Partner Sales East for Compuware's APM business unit.
Compuware APM is the leader in a new generation of application performance management. Unlike traditional APM solutions that are heavy, difficult and reactive, Compuware APM is light, smart and proactive. Compuware APM is built to manage the complexity of today's most challenging modern applications including mobile, cloud, big data and SOA. Compuware APM optimizes and monitors tens of thousands of applications for more than 5,000 customers, large and small, around the globe. Through the lens of end-user experience, our customers enjoy faster performance, proactive problem resolution, accelerated time-to-market and reduced application management costs through smarter analytics, advanced APM automation and a unique performance lifecycle foundation.
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