Phoenixtekk and Enhansoft Announce Partnership


Enhansoft and Phoenixtekk Media Release
On May 16, 2012 Enhansoft and Phoenixtekk formalized their partnership agreement.
This agreement comes as the result of a successful meeting at the Microsoft® Management Summit (MMS) held in Las Vegas in April.
“I look forward to working with Phoenixtekk and their team of experts,” said Enhansoft’s Chief Architect and President Garth Jones. “Richard Dixon is a great person to work with and I’m sure that we’ll see much success in this partnership.”
Richard Dixon, CEO of Phoenixtekk, said: “I am also looking forward to working with Enhansoft and their team. Our companies complement each other and are a good fit.”
Enhansoft, founded in 2006, specializes in providing software solutions, custom reports, and consulting services for retrieving IT asset inventory within the system management area focusing on Microsoft® System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) by extending its asset information and reporting capabilities. Software solutions found in the Enhanced Asset Management Suite quickly and accurately report on PC (laptop, notebook, desktop & server) warranties, PC monitor information, and enable the use of over 100 different SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports to keep track of and effectively display even more detailed information about IT assets.
Phoenixtekk, founded in 2002, is a service provider and systems integrator specializing in implementation, configuration, and building enterprise solutions based on the System Center suite of applications and technologies. Phoenixtekk is comprised of a team of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) Architects and Project Managers who successfully assess, analyze, and recommend industry best practices to help customers improve the over-all manageability of their Configuration Manager environment. We’re True I.T. We Implement and Train.
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