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Nlyte Software Expands Distribution of Award-Winning DCIM Solutions in Africa

Nlyte Software, the world's leading software company focused on the management and optimisation of data centres, has announced it is broadening the availability of its award-winning data centre infrastructure management (DCIM) software in Sub Saharan Africa by adding RT Systems in South Africa to its growing list of worldwide distributors. RT Systems will distribute Nlyte’s entire suite of solutions.

“Nlyte Software is the clear market leader in DCIM across North America and Europe, with an established reputation for delivering unprecedented cost savings and efficiencies to customers worldwide,” said managing director for RT Systems, Richard van der Heijden. “RT Systems selected the company over other data centre management products for its technical superiority, scalability and ease-of-use. We are eager to begin distributing Nlyte’s suite of DCIM solutions, and anticipate great success within our partner network and their customer base. The Nlyte solution is ideal for all companies who are searching for ways to cut costs by simplifying the complexity of their data centres’ IT environments.”

Based in Johannesburg, South Africa RT Systems is a provider of value-add services and products that help enterprise customers optimise data centre performance. Nlyte’s DCIM solutions enable RT Systems to deliver a proven set of capabilities for better tracking and managing IT assets, improving operational efficiency, meeting regulatory compliance and reducing operational costs. As the authorised Nlyte Software distributor, RT Systems will provide extensive sales and marketing resources in addition to local technical support, training and installation services for the southern African IT channel and their clients.

“Worldwide demand for Nlyte’s platform continues to grow, and by expanding our distribution through RT Systems and investing in the African market, we are strategically broadening our geographical reach,” said Mike Baker, Nlyte Software’s vice president of sales for EMEA. “RT Systems’ commitment to distribute our products is indicative of the confidence the company has in this market opportunity. Our partnership gives us the agility and regional presence to leverage demand for all of Nlyte’s solutions, throughout the continent.”

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Sales and Partnership Inquiries

Please contact Mr. Richard van der Heijden, Managing Director for RT Systems, via email at, [email protected].

Useful Links:
Nlyte Software: www.nlyte.com
RT Systems: www.rtsystems.co.za
Blog: http://blog.nlyte.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/nlyte
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NlyteSoftware
Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/s/Nlyte

About RT Systems

RT systems is a privately held company, established in 2000, catering for the growing need of many businesses for the continuous monitoring of the IT support infrastructure.

With over 12 years of experience in deploying and managing data centre environments for the leading banking, ICT and industrial businesses across the continent of Africa, RT systems prides itself on its ability to specialise in comprehensive environmental monitoring, power and DCIM solutions.

A critical part of the RT systems product offering is their 24-hour, seven days a week monitoring centre, which ensures the best solution and optimum value for each client. The company head office and monitoring centre is in Johannesburg, South Africa, and has a national footprint with sales and technical support offices in Durban and Cape Town. RT systems also has international resellers in Mozambique, Nigeria and Zambia.

About Nlyte Software

Nlyte Software is the world's leading software company focused on planning, managing and optimizing data centers. Nlyte Software enables enterprises to extend IT management software to include the physical layer with the logical and virtual layers of the data center, maximizing the financial benefits from the optimized utilization of assets, space and power. Nlyte’s proven platform is used in the data centers of some of the largest and most valued companies in the world. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.nlyte.com/.

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