SCHAUMBURG, Ill. -- enteo Software, Inc., a leading developer of software configuration/system management solutions, today announced its latest product introductionthe enteo v6 solution familyfor businesses and users in 20 global markets. With a number of new innovations/features, at its core, enteo v6 sets a new level of automation for IT administrators dramatically reducing the number of steps it takes to conduct even the most complex tasks and cutting extraneous/routine IT work in half.
For example, administrators used to have to go through multiple, laborious steps as they tinkered with registry keys, wasted hours subscribing individual new users to a network or navigated countless screens to perform a single task. Given enteo v6s powerful, policy-based management approach, routine processes must only be defined once and then can be easily duplicated and efficiently implemented throughout an organization.
With enteo v6, the company extends its focus on meeting every businesses fundamental IT needs: automation and efficiency; seamless integration/service orientation; and transparency/compliance management. Combining more than 11 years of exceptional software expertise (including dedicating the past three years to developing the unparalleled enteo v6 product line using agile development methodology), enteo v6 incorporates many of the user-friendly features todays IT departments need to get their jobs done better.
Since our founding 11 years ago, enteo Software has been driven by technology, innovation and a desire to focus on a market segment where we could make a significant impact for businesses of all sizes, said Stephan Glathe, co-founder and CTO of enteo Software. In recent years, weve dedicated considerable time and resources to focusing almost exclusively on the software lifecycle management market segment. enteo v6 is a great testament to our work in this area and is not simply another product version, but rather the distillation of our many years of experience and expert work in Software Lifecycle Management.