Home Market JK Vine joins Compuware APM partner program

Melbourne-based IT services company JK Vine Consulting has joined the Compuware Application Performance Management (APM) Accelerate Partner Program.

Nick Singh, Chief Executive Officer and founder of JK Vine Consulting says the new partnership will help both JK Vine Consulting and Compuware address the issues that most businesses face today “with optimising their business services online.”

“We have been aware of Compuware for many years now, when initially their products helped service the same issues we faced with optimisation of mainframe delivery. Now, with today’s IT solutions becoming even more complex and the expansion of services to mobile and cloud platforms, optimisation of service is even more relevant.”

Graham Dean, ANZ Partner and Alliances Director, Compuware, says the Compuware APM Accelerate Partner Program makes it easy for partners to generate significant, repeatable success by adding APM to existing solution portfolios.

"Our proven and practical solutions combined with JK Vine Consulting’s reputation for understanding not just technology, but how to best design and configure it to align with strategic business objectives, makes this a truly value-added partnership.

“This partner relationship enables Compuware to further capitalise on the growing interest in our APM solutions across Australia while JK Vine Consulting’s staff of skilled deployment and integration specialists along with their experienced support team will be integral to our success moving forward.”


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