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Partner Watch, Oct. 7

Texas picks Winternals Software to provide system recovery solution.

Winternals Software announced Sept. 26 that the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) has chosen Winternals Software to provide enterprise system recovery and performance optimization solutions at multiple sites throughout Texas. HHSC purchased enterprise licenses for three major Winternals products -- Recovery Manager, Defrag Manager and Administrator's Pak -- through Endurics, an Elite partner in the Winternals Edge channel program.

The Winternals products will be implemented on Windows servers running essential Web, portal, services, reporting, process, identity management and database warehousing applications.

"The Texas Health and Human Services Commission deal was one of our largest sales since joining the Winternals Edge channel partner program, and it's indicative of the opportunities that exist for Winternals' solutions in the Windows enterprise market," said Kevin Connell, CTO of Endurics. "Major organizations like the Texas HHSC are increasingly showing interest in Winternals' ability to deliver enterprise-wide system recovery and performance optimization from a central console."

Winternals Software is a provider of Microsoft systems recovery and data protection solutions and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.

Here's what else is happening in the partner world:

Other Recent Partner Sightings
Recently Certified:
  • Bahwan IT (Oman) - IT solutions and services provider; Advanced Infrastructure Solutions and Security Solutions Competencies; Gold Certified, Sept. 28.
  • pVelocity (Toronto, Canada) - profit optimization software provider; ISV Software Solutions Competency; Certified, Sept. 28.
  • UCA Services Inc. (Denville, N.J.) - IT business solutions provider; Advanced Infrastructure Solutions and Networking Infrastructure Solutions Competencies; Gold Certified, Sept. 26.

Mergers and Acquisitions:

  • IBIS Inc. (Norcross, Ga.), an enterprise business solutions provider and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, acquired on Sept. 30 the Microsoft Business Solutions practice of InfoVision (Charlotte, N.C.), another Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. InfoVision will continue to operate as a Microsoft partner focused on Infrastructure products and services.

About the Author

Dan Hong is the associate Web editor of MCPmag.com, CertCities.com, TCPmag.com, Redmondmag.com and RCPmag.com.

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