TORONTO -- Opalis Software, Inc., the Run Book Automation (RBA) market leader, today announced completion of the biggest revenue and bookings quarter to date for its third quarter, which ended September 30, 2007. The strong quarter validates the widespread market demand for IT process automation solutions and customer readiness to reap the benefits of improved IT service delivery and business agility within BSM, ITIL and other industry models.
Q3 was our strongest quarter ever, with significant wins and add-on sales in companies including Interpolis in the Netherlands, H.J. Heinz in the United Kingdom, Cedacri in Italy, Parel in France, Amerigas, Disney, Liberty Mutual, Freddie Mac and Solectron in the United States, and Manulife in Canada, as Run Book Automation has essentially crossed the chasm to mainstream adoption in enterprises worldwide, said Todd DeLaughter, CEO and president for Opalis. Weve also displaced BMCs Service Automation product, formerly known as RealOps, at several large commercial sector accounts, including Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Florida, as well as two large U.S. Government agencies. In an environment of industry consolidation, customers turned to Opalis because we are committed to providing proven technology and successful implementations across their heterogeneous, large-scale IT infrastructures.
Technology Innovations Drive Customer Adoption in Virtualized and Non-Virtualized Environments
During the quarter Opalis was named winner of the Best of TechEd Awards 2007 in the Management category. Opalis also announced several key technology innovations, including Opalis Process Catalog for Virtualization, which gives the Global 2000 a market-leading solution for optimizing end-to-end management of virtualized environments, helping IT organizations put virtualization into production, control virtual management costs and improve service quality.
Customers Turn to Opalis for Open, Interoperable Solution