Anturis Recognized by CRN as a 2014 Emerging Vendor

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Hooray! 🙂 Anturis has been recognized as one of 2014’s hottest emerging technology vendors by CRN, the top news source for solution providers and the IT channel. The annual Emerging Vendors list identifies up-and-coming technology startups that have introduced innovative new products and created good business opportunities for channel partners in North America. The CRN’s 2014 Emerging Vendors list, along with information about each vendor, will be published in CRN’s August 2014 issue and is available online at

“Solution providers are always on the hunt for the next big technology trend so that they can bring new solutions to their customers before they even know they need them. These vendors are on the forefront of IT innovation and are offering products and services that channel partners can use to stay ahead of the competition,” said Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company, publisher of CRN. “We congratulate 2014’s Emerging Vendors for creating the next wave of technology that will drive the IT industry forward and for opening the door to new, unique solutions from the IT channel.”

It is an honor to be named a CRN Emerging Vendor. For us it means another validation both of our monitoring and troubleshooting technologies and our channel friendliness. We launched the first commercial version of Anturis more than a year ago. Since then we have significantly improved our service, gained thousands of customers, and established technological partnerships with such IT leaders as Parallels, cPanel and CloudLinux. Our Partner Program was launched this year. It allows partners – be it an affiliate, VAR or OEM partner – to grow with Anturis and to increase their customers’ satisfaction.

Anturis continues its commitment to its customers and partners, and to driving innovative technologies to the marketplace. In the coming months several big partnerships are to be established and new important features integrated into the service. We are also going to write more interesting articles for sysadmins.

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