Login VSI, the company dedicated to maximizing the end-user experience, and IGEL, the edge OS leader for cloud workspaces, announced that Login VSI has joined the new IGEL Ready program as a technology partner. IGEL Ready opens the company’s core enterprise software for tech companies like Login VSI to integrate and validate its products, driving business growth and flexible access to enterprise applications for mutual customers of Login VSI and IGEL.
Today, we’re thrilled to join the new #IGELReady program as a technology partner, guaranteeing that our solutions are always integrated and verified with @IGEL_Technology
Login VSI maximizes the end-user experience on all IGEL OS-powered endpoints by continuously testing application availability, from the end-user perspective. Login Enterprise is completely embedded into the IGEL OS, so customers can easily deploy the solution and instantly receive value. The combined solution enables IT organizations to leverage their IGEL infrastructure, minimizing downtime and business disruption. The combination of IGEL and Login VSI gives customers a holistic view of productivity resources 24x7x365 – delivering visibility into performance and availability changes.
“The IGEL/Login VSI partnership has been a real win for our joint customers. Continuously automated testing helps customers predict and enhance the employee’s end-user experience directly from the IGEL endpoint,” said Richard Scannell, General Manager, North America, Login VSI. “The integrated solution enables enterprise with large remote populations to ensure business continuity.”
“The future of enterprise computing is in the cloud. The IGEL Ready program makes it easy for any company to deploy its applications to virtual desktops and cloud workspaces, reaching a new and relevant market and enabling world-class customer service,” said Jed Ayres, CEO, IGEL. “We’re excited that Login VSI is joining our growing network of more than 90 IGEL Ready partners and being part of a new movement in the end user computing industry.”