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CSC picks Australian service monitoring software


Australian software company eMite has scored a sales win from a major IT outsourcer.

Sydney-based eMite's service intelligence software has been adopted by major outsourcer CSC.

The eMite product was designed to provide an integrated view of business service management and monitoring solutions for internal IT department and external IT service providers.

"We are honoured to be selected by one of the global leaders in Service Management with such a rich ITIL history and to be able to work with CSC to provide better insights and planning for their customers," said eMite CEO Stuart Geros. "We are excited about the way CSC is looking to roll out eMite and unify silos of operational and technical metrics for an integrated business focused view for themselves and their customers."

CSC will use eMite as part of its service management maturity program. The software will automatically collect data from multiple system monitoring tools, ITSM tools and reporting data warehouses (from BMC, CA, EMC and IBM), and automatically deliver unified metrics in the context of the business service.

"eMite will enable CSC's capacity and availability teams within enterprise service management to access various disparate data sources promptly and analyse the data in the eyes of their customers through its business service model," said Shellie Bischoff, CSC's national ITIL capacity manager. "The platform's ability to identify business patterns combined with eMite risk bands will enable CSC to focus on the real issues and enable us to deliver our capacity management service in a new light."

The risk bands Ms Bischoff mentioned are an eMite feature that sets warning thresholds automatically according to the behaviour of individual metrics.



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Stephen Withers is one of Australia¹s most experienced IT journalists, having begun his career in the days of 8-bit 'microcomputers'. He covers the gamut from gadgets to enterprise systems. In previous lives he has been an academic, a systems programmer, an IT support manager, and an online services manager. Stephen holds an honours degree in Management Sciences and a PhD in Industrial and Business Studies.


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