Polish multispecialist Veracomp has expanded its value portfolio with the products of German vendor Matrix42. Matrix42 develops software for network infrastructure management, consisting of 4 modules: Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), Service Management (ITSM), Software Asset Management (SAM), Endpoint Security Management.
Matrix42 software is able to solve challenges such as heterogeneous IT infrastructures, costly service provision, Shadow IT (installation by users of software without IT approval) and higher data security requirements. The manufacturer stands out from the competition with its approach that assumes maximum integration of solutions, their simplification and a high level of security.
Matrix42 allows users to:
manage transparently end devices (CLM and EMM) (fixed, notebooks and mobile devices, virtual machines, USB keys)
automatise recurring IT tasks (software distribution, management of updates, patches and improvements, notifications to the IT department, service desk and catalog)
encrypt data at the file, directory, support or device level
prevent unauthorised data leakage (DLP)
apply NGAV (New Generation AntiVirus, EDR) mechanisms and machine learning processes for device protection
get protection against zero-day attacks
accelerate service, software, and device sharing through a self-service portal
simplify compliance with the guidelines set out in legislation, regulations or processes
manage license inventory (License Intelligence Service), contracts, IT resources, and improve transparency and cost control of fixed assets
increase work efficiency and at the same time save costs of IT operations (by significantly relieving the IT services department)
comply with ITIL
Matrix42 operates in the market for almost 27 years and has branches in several European countries, including Poland and the USA. Currently, the company has over 6 million active licenses and every year wins over 200 new customers. According to Adam Ruzowski, CEO and Chairman of Veracomp, "the quality of Matrix42 solutions is best evidenced by the 98-percent renewal rate of license agreements."