CMI Offers a More Flexible and Collaborative Approach to Developing and Delivering Enterprise Configuration Management® Services
MATAWAN, NJ (October 4, 2011) – Configuration Management, Inc. (CMI), a leading provider of technology and IT consulting services announced today that they will be exhibiting in booth #822 at the Interop New York 2011 Expo, which will be taking place during October 5 – 6, 2011 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. CMI will present Enterprise Software Configuration Management® (ESCM) and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) services and discuss how these services are now offered utilizing CMI’s Cloud solutions.
CMI’s Cloud solutions are unique in the industry being offered as the following:
• Demand driven consulting services only – pay for services only when needed
• Host your Open Source or vendor tools – receive 1st line support from CMI
o CM tools such as Subversion, IBM Rational Team Concert, and Microsoft Team Foundation Server
• CMI’s complete Cloud offering - Consulting services w/ tool hosting cloud support
CMI’s Cloud solutions are used by customers looking to improve productivity and efficiency, and reduce costs within their software development lifecycles. CMI’s affordable service based pricing model gives companies the flexibility to pay for services as they need them and allow customers to directly relate their costs to the services they receive. With this offer, there is no reason for businesses to pay for services they don’t need or be burdened with unyielding fixed costs.
CMI will also be showcasing “Test Data Management” (TDM) services. CMI’s TDM’s services are aimed in reducing costs and mitigating risk by managing large volumes of confidential data.
Hear about CMI’s TDM success stories at the Interop show!
“CMI is very excited to be a part of this show due to the expected audience being focused and interested around risk mitigation” said Greg Marinello, VP of Sales, CMI. “This is where CMI truly aligns with companies’ objectives of reducing risk and delivering measurable quantifiable results.”