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Gartner Names Corent Technology a 2014 Cool Vendor for PaaS

New Report Recognizes Corent for Being Innovative, Impactful and Intriguing

ALISO VIEJO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/13/14 -- Corent Technology today announced that Gartner Inc. has positioned the company as a Cool Vendor in its recently published "Cool Vendors in PaaS, 2014" report.(1)

"We believe this recognition from Gartner is a major validation of our technology leadership, and reflects the unique value of our platform that allows conventional software applications to be delivered 'as a service' immediately, in an elastic, scalable, and cost effective manner, on any cloud of their choice," said Feyzi Fatehi, CEO, Corent Technology.

With Corent's patented SurPaaS® platform, and its Private SaaS edition, enterprise CIOs can deliver any internal or third party application as Private SaaS within their extended enterprise, such as to their independent business units, regional entities, dealers, suppliers, branches and franchises, saving the enterprise tens if not hundreds of millions of dollars in IT operations costs, while enhancing metering, reporting, analysis and control for the global enterprise.

"We feel Gartner's assessment is insightful, and supports our commitment to provide rapid, reliable, technically superior, cost-effective cloud/SaaS enablement solutions to ISVs and enterprise organizations of all sizes," Fatehi said.

Corent was recently the featured startup for Microsoft's Azure Cloud BizSpark Online, where Shafi Syed, Corent Co-founder and EVP Engineering, was interviewed on how the SurPaaS SaaS enablement and delivery platform supports the Microsoft Cloud. Additionally Corent and one of their 'SaaSified' customers were recognized by IBM as their "IBM Engine of the Week" in January 2014, a highly coveted recognition that few impactful IBM customers or partners receive each year.

About Corent Technology, Inc.
Corent Technology is the provider of SurPaaS®, a disruptive SaaS-enablement and software delivery as a service platform. SurPaaS was named the "2012 Cloud Product of the Year" and has received multiple other industry awards and recognitions in the past. For more information about Corent, please visit: www.CorentTech.com or email us at [email protected].

(1) Gartner "Cool Vendors in PaaS, 2014", by Yefim V. Natis, Joao Tapadinhas, Nick Heudecker, Richard Marshall, published April 28, 2014.

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