This year Netuitive exceeded more than 250 total customers, including two of the largest online retailers in the US, three of the world’s largest banks and one of the biggest energy companies. In the second half of the year, the company tripled the number of new customers over the previous period. And for the third year running, Netuitive achieved a 100 percent customer win record over competitors in head-to-head technical evaluations.
Netuitive says that companies investing in its self-learning performance management software are better able to weather current economic conditions, since they can manage IT with fewer resources while ensuring the level of availability and service that customers demand. In 2008, a number of Netuitive customers began to standardize on the company’s self-learning performance management platform. Several customers now have Netuitive implementations monitoring thousands – and in some cases tens of thousands – of configuration items spanning multiple data centers.
“Economic climate and market maturity have driven the industry to a point where automation and self-learning technology is the only feasible way to manage performance of critical systems,” said Nicola Sanna, CEO and president of Netuitive, Inc. “We’re in a unique position because our products speak to a range of companies – from the top banks to government agencies to smaller shops looking to streamline their workflow.”
According to an IT operations executive at a nationwide retailer, “Netuitive software enables us to significantly reduce the staff time required to administer some of our most business-critical applications. Even though we’re spending far less time managing our environment, Netuitive has increased our confidence in meeting service levels for our users.”
In 2008, Netuitive introduced four significant product integrations that further the company’s reach across various platforms and infrastructures, and provide self-learning capabilities to the industry’s largest user bases. Netuitive recently announced extended capabilities with CA eHealth® Network Performance Manager and HP OpenView Operations. Earlier this year, Netuitive brought to market an advanced integration with IBM Tivoli Management, allowing customers to automatically correlate IBM Tivoli performance data with monitoring data from third-party tools such as BMC Patrol, Microsoft Operations Manager, NetIQ, VMware, HP Openview Operations and Sitescope.
This year Netuitive earned an eWeek Excellence Award, a Network Products Guide “Reader’s Trust” Award and recognition from Pink Elephant as an “ITIL Innovation of the Year.” Additionally, Netuitive was named to the Deloitte Fast 50 and Red Herring 100 and the company’s CEO was recognized as an Ernst & Young “Entrepreneur of the Year.”
About Netuitive, Inc.
Netuitive is the leading provider of self-learning performance management software. Based on nine patented technologies resulting from 20 years of academic and commercial research and development, Netuitive products replace human guesswork with automated mathematics and analysis to improve performance of systems, business services and virtual infrastructures. Hundreds of customers such as Kroger, BlueCross BlueShield, MetLife, Wachovia and the U.S. Air Force have discovered that Netuitive software leverages existing monitoring systems and delivers return on investment in as little as two months. Named by Gartner as a 2007 “Cool Vendor” for IT operations management, Netuitive has forged partnerships with recognized technology leaders on a wide range of IT and business solutions. For more information, please visit www.netuitive.com.