December 17, 2007
BOSTON, Dec. 14 -- ORSYP, worldwide provider of enterprise job scheduling
solutions, today announced the availability of its flagship job scheduling
solution for Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE), the award-winning
database system from Sybase Inc. Sybase is a provider of
information management solutions and the market leader in the finance and
telecom sectors. The announcement comes as part of the launch of an EMEA
technical alliance delivering a database management tool aimed at improving
visibility and performance.
ORSYP's job scheduling solution is available for all versions
of Sybase ASE, including the latest version, ASE 15. The ORSYP enterprise job
scheduler enables Sybase customers to enhance IT and business responsiveness
by creating real-time IT process automation through its event-driven
architecture, simplifying database management. The reporting tools available
with ORSYP's solution now seamlessly adapt to the ASE environment, helping IT
departments further optimize their operations and ensure continuous IT
service delivery on business expectations.
"Sybase seeks to work with technology-leading partners that
share its commitment to provide best-in-class solutions for the
market," said Henrik Kummel, EMEA alliances and business development
manager for Sybase. "ORSYP's job scheduler solution is the natural
ASE, offering Sybase customers true enterprise automation based on
event-driven and service-oriented architectures that complement ASE."
"ORSYP further strengthens its position in the telecom and
financial markets through this technical alliance with Sybase. Sybase
leading enterprise database provider in these two sectors, and this
partnership positions ORSYP to move far beyond the competition in these
markets " said Christophe Unrug, vice president of sales, marketing and
alliances at ORSYP. "Our first success with a joint client, the third
financial services firm in the world, has proven that this technical
brings added value to our common customers."
was founded in 1986 with the single focus of delivering
best in-class IT automation solutions using cutting-edge technology.
Companies around the world-from small companies to Global 500-
use ORSYP's job scheduling software to modernize and standardize IT
automation enterprise-wide. By providing one standard automation tool
the enterprise, more processes can be automated and managed; improving
operations productivity, reducing costs, and impacting IT service
the core business. With more than 1000 customers and 10% of the Global
accounts, Dollar Universe provides a key IT infrastructure component to
companies in industries such as retail, banking, insurance,
telecommunications and services.
Source: Orsyp S.A.
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