Aldon, a leading provider of process-driven Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions, has appointed Danish consultancy and software company SOSY as its distributor for the Nordic region. SOSY will represent Aldon in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland.
SOSY was looking for a new change management partner and decided to become an Aldon distributor after thoroughly assessing the market and evaluating the software.
"It was important to find a company whose approach matches our own: a commitment to supply the best quality products and support," explained Helle Mering, managing director of SOSY. "The Aldon Suite is a strong change management solution that allows us to offer solutions to both the open systems and System i worlds and also includes web-based incident, change request and requirements management functionality."
SOSY is already working on its first customer implementation of the Aldon Suite within just a week of partnering with Aldon. "SOSY is a well established, successful and highly respected company in the Nordic region," said David Lefkowich, vice president of global sales at Aldon. "They bring us a strong and much needed local presence, both technically and commercially, and their strength in the financial sector is a perfect match for us."
SOSY A/S is a privately owned, Danish consultancy and software company with core competencies in the optimisation of the IBM eServer System i platform. The company specialises in automation, data replication, business intelligence, and software development and testing. The majority of its customers are major production, commercial, financial and outsourcing companies. SOSY was founded in 1989 and was the first international distributor of Help/Systems, Inc, the world leader in operations automation
and business intelligence for the IBM System i. Today SOSY represents a number of top-notch suppliers within each of their fields and supports users in 25 different countries from its offices just outside Copenhagen.
Aldon is the leading provider of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions that brings the benefits of process-driven application change management to IT, accelerating the delivery of mission-critical business applications. Aldon ALM solutions support today's agile organisations by enabling IT teams to greatly improve their products' time to market, reduce business disruptions, achieve regulatory compliance and increase return on investment. More than 1,300 companies, including 70 of the Fortune 100, rely on Aldon ALM solutions for enterprise software configuration and change management for their IT business processes. Established in 1979, Aldon is headquartered in Emeryville, California and maintains 16 offices worldwide serving more than 40 countries.