Numara Software Introduces Numara FootPrints Family of IT Management Products and Solutions
Single solution for IT asset management and IT service management
June 14, 2011
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Numara Software has introduced the Numara FootPrints family of integrated IT management products and solutions including: Numara FootPrints Service Management; Numara FootPrints Lifecycle Management; Numara FootPrints Desktop Management; and Numara FootPrints Security & Compliance Management.

Designed to meet the needs of mid- to large-sized enterprises seeking a cost-effective approach to improve service levels and gain greater visibility and control over assets, the Numara FootPrints family transforms IT operations management by integrating and automating business processes.

With the FootPrints family of integrated IT management solutions, Numara delivers true end to end support capability for change, configuration and desktop management processes. The FootPrints family offers deep process integration with a proven method for automation that is used to inform the decision making process. This process integration approach gives IT administrators the means to execute and control changes more effectively.

The FootPrints family is designed to efficiently automate a wide variety of IT related tasks and processes using interoperable solutions from a single, proven vendor. Because the FootPrints family is offered as individual products or as complete solutions, it can be installed quickly and easily without complex administration or extensive training. Customers also benefit from pre-defined IT management integration that does not require additional coding or customization.

Offering a wide choice of deployment models, including traditional perpetual license, hosted service or SaaS model, the FootPrints family gives IT departments the flexibility to not only choose the model that best meets their business needs, but also switch models at any time without penalty or impact on productivity.

Built from the ground up as a modular yet integrated system, the Numara FootPrints family can be purchased as separate products or as part of the broader FootPrints solutions including FootPrints Service Management, FootPrints Lifecycle Management, FootPrints Desktop Management and FootPrints Security & Compliance Management.

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