Managed Objects expands European reach

Managed Objects has added a second partner in France to increase its European market efforts. Atos Origin, based in Paris, will resell Managed Objects’ Business Service Management software in France.

Atos Origin will also provide a group of consultants who will assist customers with BSM project management or implementation. The company joins Selesta, a value-added reseller also based in France, as Managed Objects’ partners. Selesta has been a partner since 2001, a Managed Objects spokesman said.

Managed Objects’ BSM software monitors and measures IT service delivery.

In the federal market, Managed Objects works with NCI Information Systems and Northrop Grumman IT.

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