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Entuity Strengthens Corporate Response Team for Strategic Partnerships With Appointment of New Director of Business Development

Darin Spradley to Support and Accelerate Strategic Partnership Activities for Entuity Network Management Solutions

BOSTON, MA and LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 02/04/14 -- Entuity®, a leading global provider of enterprise-class network management solutions, today announced the appointment of Mr. Darin Spradley to the position of Director of Business Development. Darin brings more than 18 years of enterprise software business development and partnership experience to the role and will focus his efforts on expanding existing relationships with companies such as Oracle, Dell and BMC Software, while also forging new strategic relationships with major industry players who require modern, comprehensive, architecturally efficient and scalable network management solutions to complete their datacenter platform offerings.

Representing the ideal enterprise class network management suite, Entuity is the naturally superior alternative to multiple, disparate, un-integrated, departmental-level network tools at one end of the spectrum, and expensive, high-maintenance, decades old platform solutions at the other. Entuity has been acclaimed by analysts and customers alike for its rapid installation, fast time-to-expertise, immediate return on investment, and ease of management and administration. Entuity empowers network managers to take charge of their networks with unrivaled enterprise-class management capabilities. In addition, Entuity makes virtually all collected data easily accessible by other applications and can be readily integrated with other management tools and facilities with minimal time and effort.

According to Darin, "If you look at today's network management landscape, you see a lot of old technology that's been cobbled together over time and has become terribly outdated. This stands in stark contrast to Entuity, which was designed and built to be an all-in-one solution with a future-proof and efficient architecture, enterprise-class functionality, limitless scalability, and a proven track record managing some of the largest networks in the world. We'd like to see others have this powerful solution to offer their customers."

Entuity President and CEO, Michael Jannery, went on to say, "While there is still a large market for small and medium size enterprises who are simply looking for a network management system to keep their corporate life support system, the network, running, there are also medium and large enterprises who are looking for a single, complete infrastructure management solution to use across their datacenter -- one license agreement, one support line, one vendor. Our continued strategic partnerships with technologies' major players will help us provide enterprise network professionals with the world's best network management solution whether they are small or enormous. We are very pleased to add Darin to facilitate these new partnerships, and to take Entuity through our next phase of growth."

Prior to joining Entuity, Darin worked for Oracle as the Dell North American Partner Manager where he helped significantly increase customer perceptions of Dell's Oracle competencies through training of sales representatives and engaging with Dell Managed Services to help capture high value projects.

Before joining Oracle, Darin managed worldwide strategic partnerships for Xsigo Systems by supporting all aspects of the business including the sales pipeline, lead generation budgets, training, distribution management, and marketing content.

Darin also worked for notable network providers, such as F5 Networks, where he co-managed a channel team to support large customers throughout North America while executing joint solutions with various engineering groups including application deployments for Microsoft, Oracle, and VMware.

Darin is located in Austin, TX. He can be contacted anytime by phone (+1-512-657-3172) or email ([email protected]).

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About Entuity
Entuity is a leading independent provider of network management software for both large and small networks supporting enterprises worldwide. Entuity integrates all the requisite, contemporary network management functionality including automated, continual discovery of inventory and topology; configuration monitoring; advanced event management and root cause analysis; elemental and application flow performance monitoring; extensive reporting and use of dashboards; and an open data access approach; all in a single, operationally efficient solution.

Built on an intelligent, enterprise-class architecture, Entuity delivers unprecedented scalability to cost effectively and effortlessly accommodate new technologies and unlimited network expansion. Leveraging this innovative architecture, Entuity's all-in-one solution equips IT organizations to deliver network predictability and control through a high degree of automation and comprehensive metrics. By using Entuity, enterprises, system integrators and managed service providers easily manage network services and assets to meet service level commitments for reliable, always-on service delivery.

Entuity is highly regarded for its rapid deployment, ease of use, and low cost of ownership. Entuity customers include a wide array of organizations from a diverse set of industries, including Airports Company South Africa, Bank of America, Sanofi, Astra Zeneca, Loblaw, Nokia, Dell Computer, Pernod Ricard, Grupo Modelo, Toyota, Hilton Hotels, Cisco/WebEx, Air China, Telefonica, and WorldPay. For more information, please visit entuity.com or call +1 508 357 6344 (North and South America) or +44 (0) 20 7444 4800 (EMEA).

Entuity and the Entuity logo are registered trademarks of Entuity, Ltd. All other marks and names mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.

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