Nexthink Announces Partnership with Ymor

nexthink-announces-partnership-with-ymorFARNBOROUGH, United Kingdom–(BUSINESSWIRE)–

Partnership to meet growing demand for IT Analytics solutions in the Netherlands and significant customer win city of The Hague

Nexthink®, a pioneer and leader in end-user centric IT Operations Analytics (ITOA), today announced a partnership with Ymor, a leading APM service provider in the Netherlands. Under the agreement, Ymor will be able to provide consulting services, support and implement Nexthink’s IT analytics solutions for its customers.

Ymor unburdens customers through its Ketenbewaking™ service portfolio that protects and optimizes the IT environment by focusing on end-users. By integrating Nexthink’s technology into its offering, Ymor is able to expand and enhance its existing services. In addition to technical, configuration, end-to-end and component monitoring, Ymor can now offer its customers workspace monitoring. Nexthink’s visibility and IT analytics allow Ymor to provide control over the workspace that can lead to fast ROI and financial savings.

“As we strive for ‘end-user happiness,’ workplace monitoring is more important than ever before,” said Martin van den Berge, Director Ymor. “Throughout the workday, most end-users spend at least 5 hours using various applications. Performance issues cause frustration and lead to decreased efficiency for both end-users and the business. Working with Nexthink provides us with an opportunity to measure the end-user experience, to obtain a ‘helicopter view’ of the IT infrastructure, to quickly and easily find the root cause of issues and to achieve the goal of happy end-users.”

Ymor and Nexthink have implemented workplace monitoring with the city of The Hague. Gerard van Lieshout, Sr. Corporate IT Advisor of The Hague: “We use Nexthink to monitor all enterprise desktops, some 7,000 workspaces. By measuring delays, crashes and bottlenecks directly on the desktops, it gives us a better understanding on how our employees use the desktops. This not only allows us to respond better to reported incidents, but also to adjust configurations of the desktops before problems occur.”

“We are excited about the partnership with Ymor and extending our reach in Northern Europe,” saidNathan Wyld, Europe Channel Director at Nexthink. “As a result of this partnership, organisations in the Netherlands can benefit from Nexthink’s IT analytics and Ymor’s outstanding services and support for implementation and optimal use of IT analytics in their environments.”

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About Ymor:

Ymor is a fast growing and innovative service provider based in Utrecht, which assists the Dutch Top 500 companies in improving the performance of complex IT environments with the goal of unburdening end-users. An organisation may be experiencing problems with performance or availability. It may be building a new application or wish to bring it online. Or there may simply be a need for the complex IT chain to be closely monitored. In all such cases the Ymor ‘Ketenbewaking’ service monitors and optimises the IT environment. Our slogan says it all: “Ymor creates user happiness!”

Contact

Media contacts:
Nexthink
Victoria Calmon, +33 6 34 77 15 97
victoria.calmon@nexthink.com
www.nexthink.com
or
Ymor
Inge Vollebregt, +31 610762591
ivollebregt@ymor.nl
www.ymor.nl

About Charles Skamser
Charles Skamser is an internationally recognized technology sales, marketing and product management leader with over 25 years of experience in Information Governance, eDiscovery, Machine Learning, Computer Assisted Analytics, Cloud Computing, Big Data Analytics, IT Automation and ITOA. Charles is the founder and Senior Analyst for eDiscovery Solutions Group, a global provider of information management consulting, market intelligence and advisory services specializing in information governance, eDiscovery, Big Data analytics and cloud computing solutions. Previously, Charles served in various executive roles with disruptive technology start ups and well known industry technology providers. Charles is a prolific author and a regular speaker on the technology that the Global 2000 require to manage the accelerating increase in Electronically Stored Information (ESI). Charles holds a BA in Political Science and Economics from Macalester College.