Acresso Software, a provider of electronic licensing services, has released new versions of AdminStudio and Workflow Manager designed to prepare organizations for OS migrations such as moves to Windows Vista, and streamline the preparation for an application virtualization implementation.
According to the company, both new releases, AdminStudio 9.0 and Workflow Manager 5.0 reduce repetitive tasks and increase reliability and uptime for the entire organization.
In further validation of the importance of AdminStudio in application virtualization readiness, a new benchmark study released from the Tolly Group touts benefits from projects managed with AdminStudio in combination with Citrix XenApp when compared with the solo use of the XenApp application profiling tool. In lab tests, AdminStudio decreased the time to prepare an enterprise-level application for streaming via XenApp by up to 60%.
The company has said that the AdminStudio is designed for both traditional application management, demonstrated by long-term partnerships with traditional deployment industry leaders Microsoft and Novell, and the upcoming virtualization demands that will affect the way enterprises prepare applications for deployment. For this emerging technology, Acresso has partnered with application virtualization vendors, including Citrix and VMWare. As a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, Acresso works closely to track all new Microsoft technologies that affect enterprises in both traditional and virtual environments.
Steve Schmidt, vice president of product management at Acresso, said: AdminStudio helps enterprises ensure their software is properly managed to an individual enterprise’s business requirements and runs as expected, without error, each and every time. AdminStudio is designed with a keen eye toward the changes in the software market that are affecting the way enterprises prepare applications for deployment.