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Codima Inc. Starts Operations in Ireland Extending Codima Toolbox To the Irish Market

February 2010 by Marc Jacob

Codima Inc. announced that the company starts operations in Ireland. Headed by industry veteran Paul Glynn, founder of Crannog, Codima will offer full support to its growing Irish customer base including system integrators and service providers.

Codima continues its roll out in Europe, adding the Irish market to its operations in Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg), Denmark, France, DACH (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland), Sweden and the UK. Following the Latin American expansion this fall, Codima has established eleven local offices worldwide in the last year, covering key markets in over 40 countries.

The Irish market is a European hub for many international companies. Codima offers a flexible licensing model, providing system integrators and service providers with new ways to generate revenue streams, which is now used by several Irish carriers.

Paul Glynn, VP of Sales and Business Development Ireland, will lead the operations. He is a seasoned team leader with over 15 years of business experience and valuable insights in product knowledge as well as marketing from the network management industry. The Irish team will propel Codima’s cost effective software solution into a market looking to invest in software that enables IT managers to achieve more with less.

A Microsoft® Certified Partner, the company’s solution uses Microsoft® Office Visio™ to bring visibility to entire networks and network problems. These are useful functions to any IT Professional, for example when preparing for VoIP installations and when securing documentation for network auditing and legal requirements.

Codima Toolbox automatically discovers what software and hardware are installed on any network, visualizes the information directly using a Microsoft® Office Visio®, then monitors and displays network problems. Furthermore the integrated products determine if a VoIP system can be installed, and once the VoIP network is in operation the products monitor call quality and troubleshoot in real time.




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