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Argent Extends to Web

Argent Software today announced the launch of the Argent Business Manager

FARMINGTON, Conn. -- Argent Software, Inc. today announced the launch of the Argent Business Manager. Long recognized as the leader in systems management solutions, Argent now offers a fully functioning web interface. The Argent Business Manager allows customers to fully manage their Argent installation from any web browser.

All companies, regardless of size, consider administration of their critical business applications of the utmost importance. Argent has created a powerful web interface for Enterprise Monitoring and Alerting, Data Consolidation, Centralized Server, Application and Network Management, Trend Analysis and Reporting, and eCommerce and Web Assurance solutions. Customers can create web-based Business Views of their IT infrastructure using the Argent Business Manager. In addition, web-based management reports can be generated. The Argent Business Manager also conforms to the security settings within each Argent product, preventing unauthorized access to Argent.

David O’Brien, Argent’s Director of Marketing, states, “The Argent Business Manager gives our customers even greater control over their critical applications. IT Managers expect a combination of reliability, security and flexibility so that is exactly how we designed the Argent Business Manager.”

Argent Software Inc.

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