Monday, 10 August 2020

Symphony Summit Closes Successful Year of Milestones Including U.S. Expansion

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  • PRN | 2 years ago

LOS ALTOS, Calif: Symphony Summit announced today that it has made significant investments in the North American market in 2018. This includes strategic moves and hires to increase the company's presence and awareness in key regions.


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Symphony Summit offers SummitAI, a modular suite of cloud-based solutions for service, asset and operations management that can be used individually or together. These solutions use machine reasoning, natural language processing and automation to help enterprises and service providers streamline IT management and eliminate inefficiencies.

Important Symphony Summit developments in 2018 include:

Selected as a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers' Choice for ITSM
Named a Vendor to Watch by Enterprise Management Associates
Opened a new office in Los Altos, California
Relocated CEO Satyen Vyas from India to the U.S. to help drive growth and oversee operations in country
Hired Dr. Akhil Sahai as chief product officer. Dr. Sahai is an accomplished executive with more than 20 years of experience in managing both startups and high-growth enterprises, including previous positions held with Dell, HP, LexisNexis, Cisco and VMware.

Satyen Vyas, CEO, Symphony Summit, said: Enterprises are seeking cost-effective IT management solutions to drive digital business outcomes. Our solution incorporates artificial intelligence and machine reasoning to help CIOs drive productivity, reduce costs and accelerate business outcomes. 2018 has been a watershed year for us as we expand further into the U.S., setting us up for even greater growth and market penetration.

Symphony Summit Closes Successful Year of Milestones Including U.S. Expansion

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