Netreo Partners with Intelligent Communication Software GmbH
October 27, 2020
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Netreo announced a formal partnership with Intelligent Communication Software GmbH (ICS), a Munich-based company that has been specializing in IT management and monitoring solutions for complex networks and systems since 1987.

ICS helps companies to develop and optimize their IT infrastructure and business services.

Through this partnership with Netreo, ICS customers and prospects in the German market will have access to Netreo’s innovative on-premises, cloud, and hybrid IT monitoring software: which range from monitoring and detecting anomalies, managing server performance, troubleshooting, diagnosing, and analyzing application response times, and even automating the infrastructure to self-remedy technological issues through AIOps (AI for IT Operations).

Together, Netreo and ICS will help companies achieve a single source of truth – even in complex hybrid cloud/on-premises deployments that include multiple cloud providers (e.g. Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services), multiple SaaS providers (e.g. Microsoft 365), and legacy on-premises tools, applications, and devices.

“With Netreo, you can manage complex IT infrastructures and networks of any size with minimal effort, and easily discover, monitor, and manage new resources as they are added to your environment. ICS regularly evaluates new tools and technologies in the market, and by partnering with Netreo we will be able to get systems up and running quickly, as well as benefit from Netreo’s high-quality data collection. It’s always easy to get in contact with the right people at Netreo, and we are always confident in the help we receive from the Netreo team,” said Stefan Letz, CEO at ICS.

As a specialist in supporting large and medium-sized companies in the planning, installation, and ongoing operation of IT-supported business solutions since 1987, the skilled ICS team brings over three decades of experience helping customers act faster, optimize costs and strengthen their competitiveness.

“Netreo has always been focused on supporting our customers’ mission-critical needs and giving them the confidence to deliver on their digital experiences — across different industries from healthcare, manufacturing, financial services to retail. By partnering with ICS, we are delighted to be combining our communities and expertise in infrastructure monitoring to continue bringing cutting-edge, world-class IT solutions to even more customer segments,” said Ged Caldwell, Chief Revenue Officer of Netreo.

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