Integrity comes first

The importance of true integrity at the very core of the IT infrastructure is the key message Fluke Networks will be looking to get across to delegates at this year's GITEX Business Solutions event, as the firm prepares to unveil its latest advanced testing solutions for enterprises at the show.

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By  Administrator Published  July 31, 2007

The importance of true integrity at the very core of the IT infrastructure is the key message Fluke Networks will be looking to get across to delegates at this year's GITEX Business Solutions event, as the firm prepares to unveil its latest advanced testing solutions for enterprises at the show.

Fluke's market leading range of systems allow IT managers to gain unprecedented access to the inner workings of their network infrastructure, with new functions and capabilities being added to these all the time.

"If we can convince more potential customers of the importance of having their infrastructure components contributing at an optimal level towards the overall business, then we will be very pleased," says Werner Heeren, the regional sales manager for Fluke Networks in the EMEA region.

Warming to his theme, Heeren says it's all about, "helping and serving CIOs and even the CEOs, by providing them with the right tools to run their business in a more competitive way,. This means having service levels in place and providing the right visibility for today's and tomorrow's decisions, that will impact their overall business," adds Heeren.

The vendor's GITEX Business Solutions stand will also host Philip Harr-agan, the vice president and managing director of Fluke in the EMEA region, and the firm's EMEA marketing director Jens Holzhammer.

Heeren is keen to link Fluke's testing capabilities directly back to business benefits for enterprises. "Imagine that the IT division could save one second when downloading an intranet page, then it can easily be calculated that when the company has 1,000 people working, the company could save more then 40 hours in a week - a clear saving in personnel and man-hours," he explains.

"Or imagine that when customers are waiting in a row to pay for their goods in Carrefour, and the scanning of the products would go 100ms faster, there would be many more happy customers, and the retail business would flourish," adds Heeren. Fluke will demonstrate such business benefits using its on-stand systems during the show.

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