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CIOReview Magazine Recognizes Condusiv Technologies as One of the Top 20 Most Promising Enterprise Software Companies of 2014

IT Spending Is Expected to Grow 3.1 Percent Year Over Year to Hit $3.8 Trillion in 2015, Enterprise Software Must Adapt to Market Changes, Vendors Must Demonstrate Improved Performance and Return on Investment (ROI) of Their Products, and Disrupt

BURBANK, CA--(Marketwired - April 02, 2014) - Condusiv™ Technologies, the leader in high-performance software optimizing technology, people and businesses announced today that it has been recognized as one of 2014's 20 Most Promising Enterprise IT Software companies by CIOReview Magazine.

This Top 20 Most Promising Software Companies list is a benchmark for end users and intends to aid C-Suite executives in the selection process of service providers to work across various segments of the software industry. A distinguished panel comprising of CEOs & CIOs of public companies, analysts, and the CIOReview editorial board decided on the 20 Most Promising Enterprise Software Companies that can have a major impact on business value in 2014.

"With a 90 percent footprint in the Fortune 500 and over 45 million licenses sold, Condusiv is well positioned to stay ahead of technology trends by helping organizations increase productivity and eliminate the risk of excessive hardware purchases for improved application performance," said Christo Jacob, Managing Editor CIOReview. "As organizations continue to move towards flash adoption, virtualization, VDI, and more, they tend to find themselves in a position of buying more and more server and storage hardware to support increasing application performance demands. Condusiv has purpose-built its software solutions to provide a path to a more cost sustainable business model. We are pleased to highlight companies that can effectively tackle the current demands in the sector."

As organizations virtualize and look to further efficiency and productivity, they soon face performance bottlenecks that accompany I/O intensive applications and find themselves in an expensive and unsustainable business model of buying more server and storage hardware for improved application performance.

Condusiv Technologies provides high-performance software solutions that accelerate the speed of customer data up to 2 to 3 times within the existing data center hardware infrastructure. Condusiv's V-locity® I/O reduction software improves business productivity while lowering ongoing server and storage costs. This allows organizations to ease the pain of sluggish applications at a fraction of the cost of the new hardware alternative with improved performance. Condusiv has patented two technologies that reduce the I/O requirement for any given workload via an intelligent software approach enabling organizations to solve their most challenging application performance issues through a 100% software approach, providing instant, scalable performance for mid to large enterprises.

"As much as our customers reflect nearly every vertical including thousands of global enterprises, government agencies, independent software vendors (ISVs), and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) worldwide, we have identified the healthcare space as our fastest growing vertical. The quality of patient care depends on the ability to quickly load and process medical records. With some of the largest health organizations using V-locity, they have doubled and even tripled the performance of their EMR/EHR without adding additional hardware to achieve those increased levels of productivity. V-locity's performance contribution can be seen as a dramatic business differentiator that delivers quantifiable business value by extending the efficiency of existing CAPEX investments while giving CIOs more control over their budget to invest in new innovation and bottom line growth. We are thankful and honored to be selected as a top software company to work with in 2014 by CIO
Review Magazine," says Jerry Baldwin, CEO, Condusiv Technologies.

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About Condusiv. Condusiv Technologies creates high-performance software that optimizes and maintains application performance and efficiency, extends equipment longevity to make technology, people and businesses more productive. From the moment Condusiv software is installed on physical or virtual systems, our technology ensures data performance is automatically optimized. Requiring zero overhead, our energy-efficient, "Set It and Forget It solutions are used by over 90% of the Fortune 1000 and almost three-quarters of The Forbes Global 100. Our customers include thousands of global enterprises, government agencies, independent software vendors (ISVs), original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and home users worldwide. With over 30 years of cutting-edge product development, we lead the market in data storage innovation, delivering thought-leading technology that improves your business and user experience. Condusiv solutions help technology function at peak levels, increasing the productivity of people and business. 

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