PHOTO - Charles Lew, president of Fujitsu Malaysia.
IT services provider Fujitsu Malaysia has included a solution from Nimsoft (an independent division of CA Technologies) to its IT management as a service (ITMaaS) offerings in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand.
Fujitsu Malaysia president Charles Lew said this was part of a global partnership where Fujitsu has incorporated innovative Nimsoft monitoring and service desk solutions on its Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform (FGCP), and to complement Fujitsu's range of software as a service (SaaS) applications.
Lew said that Fujitsu customers would be able to access functionally rich, easy-to-implement ITMaaS capabilities that could be universally applied to their private, public and hybrid cloud environments, as well as to their conventional IT infrastructure.
"Fujitsu is committed to collaborating with the best partners to ensure our customers reap the most optimal benefits to meet their business objectives through cloud computing," he added.
"By delivering a unified, cost-effective and rapidly deployable solution powered by Nimsoft, Fujitsu enables its customers to address their core monitoring and incident ticketing needs with better cost control and reduced complexities," said CA Technologies vice president growth markets APJ, Sumal Karunanayake.
"With Nimsoft, Fujitsu can deliver differentiated, revenue-generating cloud services to an increasingly wider range of enterprise, mid-market and ISV [independent software vendor] customers worldwide," said Karunanayake.
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