|By PR Newswire||
|January 22, 2013 07:31 AM EST||
FAIRFAX, Va., Jan. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Sightline Systems Corporation is pleased to announce that they have been awarded GSA Schedule 70 contract (GS-35F-0058Y) and are certified to advance analytical data solutions to the Federal Government directly. Acknowledging the growth in federal spending through the GSA, Sightline Systems has placed their advanced performance management solutions on the government's electronic ordering system, GSA Advantage!®.
"Although we have been successfully selling to the government through our indirect channels, this GSA schedule opens up significantly more markets throughout the country and affords us an opportunity to provide federal agencies with advanced data collection products," states Sightline President Brandon Witte. Sterling Watts, VP of Sales adds: "Our schedule will expand our reach beyond the federal government to numerous state and municipal governments as we will continue to offer them a wide selection of Enterprise Performance Data Management services at fixed government pricing."
Sightline Systems has a stellar industry reputation for server and application performance monitoring. With customers around the globe, Sightline is a proven, go-to datacenter and IT performance monitoring solution. Sightline is the complete, comprehensive dashboard for watching over the performance of servers and applications, giving you peace of mind that your IT environment is performing at its optimum. It's a single source solution to not only monitor multiple platforms, but applications and databases as well – Oracle, SQL Server, Exchange and much more. Sightline is a powerful, affordable and easy-to-use monitoring, alerting and reporting solution for the most complex IT environments.
About Sightline Systems Corporation:
Founded in 2004, and based in Fairfax, Virginia, Sightline is a small business that provides real time insight into IT infrastructure's Key Performance Indicators (KPI) with a singular focus on Forensic and Root Cause Analysis across all critical IT systems and applications, down to the process level. For more than two decades the professionals at Sightline have provided high transaction volume enterprises, public sector and end users with proven platform-neutral improvements in service delivery and risk mitigation. Sightline's analytic solution is the proven industry standard for optimization. It manages the most diverse and complex environments by predicting, detecting, diagnosing and preventing performance problems before users or services are negatively impacted or customers and revenues are lost.
Contact: Sterling Watts at 240-537-5976 for a complimentary trial of Sightline's cutting edge software or visit www.sightlinesystems.com for more information.
SOURCE Sightline Systems Corporation
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