SUMMUS Achieves PinkVERIFY 3.1 Certification for 12 ITIL V3 Processes
February 14, 2012
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SUMMUS Software, a provider of cloud-based IT management solutions, announced that its unified IT management platform, Summit Platform, has achieved PinkVERIFY 3.1 certification for 12 ITIL V3 processes from Pink Elephant.

Summus IT Management Suite, powered by Summit Platform, becomes the industry’s first cloud-based IT management application certified to this high-level of ITIL V3 compliance.

“We are pleased to recognize that SUMMUS Software has achieved PinkVERIFY 3.1 status for Summit Platform,” said David Ratcliffe, President of Pink Elephant. "Our thorough and objective assessment showed that SUMMUS Software designed its tool from the ground-up, with ITIL in mind. The PinkVERIFY certification gives customers the confidence that Summit Platform will support their implementation of ITIL best practices.”

The PinkVERIFY 3.1 certification confirms the Summit Platform to be compliant with all the ITIL V3 requirements and best practices for the following processes:

·Incident Management

·Problem Management

·Change Management

·Request Fulfillment

·Asset Management

·Service Catalog

·Knowledge Management

·Release & Deployment Management

·Event Management

·Availability Management

·Service Portfolio Management

·Service Level Management

“SUMMUS is dedicated to maximizing customer value with the most cost-effective, comprehensive and intelligent IT management solution based on IT industry best practices,” said Wai Wong, President and CEO of SUMMUS Software. “Achieving PinkVERIFY certification for 12 ITIL processes with Summit Platform is a major milestone for SUMMUS, and demonstrates our focus and commitment on delivering the industry-standard quality and best practices required by customers.”

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