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PeopleNet Selects Centerity for its Atlanta Data Center

Atlanta-based PeopleNet, the national leader in time and attendance management systems for temporary staffing and employment agencies, has acquired and successfully deployed the monitoring solution of Ra’anana-based Centerity Systems in its Atlanta Data Center.  The relationship was coordinated by Marietta, Georgia-based Abacus Solutions through introduction by the
American-Israel Chamber of Commerce, SE Region.

PeopleNet’s Data Center has a wide array of technologies in its infrastructure from virtual to physical environments including servers, storage, network devices, security elements plus standard and non-standard applications.  It needed to keep this mission critical infrastructure up and running 7×24 via a Business Service Management (BSM) platform that could monitor its key business processes across infrastructure layers and between different departments.

“Centerity Monitor allowed us to replace our existing monitoring solutions with a unified monitoring platform to view our information systems’ status in real-time via a single pane of glass.  It had the ability to perform in-depth monitoring of any type of technology in our Data Center as well as the ability to quickly adapt to new technologies we might deploy in the future,” said Thomas Donnelly, PeopleNet’s IT Director.

“The growing list of satisfied customers is yet more market valuation of the value of our next-gen IT and BSM monitoring solution.  With the help of premier business partners like Abacus, we are able to deliver an enterprise-class solution for monitoring, performance and availability at an unbeatable price,” said Centerity CEO Roi Keren.

“Centerity’s All-in-One, End-to-End approach with its End-User Experience and BSM functionality finally gives customers what they have been seeking for a long time at a price point that any organization can reach,” added Joe Thompson, VP of Sales for Abacus.

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