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Halcyon Software Presenting at Infor M3 User Events in Netherlands and Nordic Regions

PETERBOROUGH, England, February 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Announcing new monitoring and automation techniques to save significant costs for M3 Users

Halcyon Software, a global leader in multi-platform systems management software, is presenting at four major conferences across Northern Europe aimed at IT professionals using the Infor M3 application in their business operations. At these events, Halcyon will provide users with best practice advice and techniques, including its in-built monitoring templates which can be deployed in minutes to keep a close surveillance on the whole M3 application running across different platforms.  

The events in March are being hosted in the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. The first is the M3 Users Association (MUA) Benelux Conference in Eindhoven, Netherlands, March 11th, where Halcyon will present two sessions on 'M3 Monitoring Made Easy' and 'Best Practice Ways to Achieve Proactive Management'. This will be followed by the Infor M3 Users Group (MUG) in Denmark on 18-19th March and the M3/Movex Users (MAF) event in Stockholm on 25-26th March where new M3 monitoring solutions will be jointly presented with SOSY, Halcyon's authorised partner for the Nordic region.

The final session takes place at the Infoteam event, in Oslo on 25-26th March where Donnie MacColl, Technical Director at Halcyon Software, will present with EVRY Group, a managed services provider that uses Halcyon's monitoring technology in its Norwegian data centres.

According to Carole Chandler, Sales and Marketing Director, Halcyon Software, "These important events show Halcyon's commitment to Infor, their range of applications and their M3 customers. What's great is that we can talk openly with people at the M3 user groups where exchange of knowledge is encouraged. We have also been guest speakers in February, supporting webinars hosted by the Global Association of M3 User Groups which were broadcast live to M3 users across Europe, US and Asia Pac."

Infor M3, the enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, is designed for companies that make, move or maintain products.  Halcyon's monitoring technology reduces the impact of service outages and errors on day-to-day operations, eliminating business disruption and saving substantial costs.  Using pre-defined rules, the solution enables IT teams to proactively monitor and manage the whole M3 environment and automate manual checks and essential processes.

"Later in May, we will also be attending one of our favourite events, the Infor M3 conference in Australia, where we have some key learning points to share from some interesting case studies with M3 customers using our solutions," Carole Chandler concluded.

About Halcyon Software

Halcyon Software is a global leader in multi-platform systems management software solutions that reduce the complexity and cost of monitoring critical business systems, core applications and processes.  They support IBM® enterprise-class systems, including IBM® i and AIX®, as well as Windows® and Linux® platforms.  Halcyon solutions are used world-wide by large multi-nationals, corporate and public sector data centres as well as small to medium-sized organisations to ensure that vital IT systems, business applications and services are available 24/7.  With regional offices in Peterborough UK, Raleigh NC, USA, and Melbourne Australia, Halcyon also has an international network of partners and distributors supporting Europe, the Americas and Asia Pac. For further information please visit http://www.halcyonsoftware.com

Carole Chandler, Halcyon Software, Tel: +44(0)1733-234995, Email: [email protected]

Paul Jennings, PJMC Limited, Tel: +44(0)1926-312886, Email: [email protected]


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