Automation — 15 February 2013
- Dustin M. Snell, Founder and CEO of Network Automation, says:
In the early days of the Information Age, business process automation enabled enterprises to realize incredible productivity gains by streamlining core processes. But programming requirements put automation efficiencies out of the reach of many. Network Automation, Inc. (NAI) has been “automating automation” for nearly a decade, providing businesses of all sizes with a way to streamline and integrate core processes without costly, time-consuming coding.
Integrating seamlessly with cloud applications and infrastructure, NAI’s AutoMate gives businesses the power to automate task building, events, scripting, event log monitoring and problem resolution. It allows businesses to build custom solutions without the need to create code, providing a versatile platform for IT professionals, system architects and regular business users alike.
NAI’s powerful solution has fueled the company’s growth for eight consecutive years and drove year-over-year revenue growth of 47 percent during the fourth quarter of 2012 and a channel sales increase of 32 percent during that timeframe.
NAI founder Dustin M. Snell returned to his role as CEO in the final quarter of 2012 after focusing on product development since 2011, and his return to the top leadership spot is also credited for spurring record-breaking revenue growth in the fourth quarter. As Snell noted, the company’s powerful platform makes IT professionals much more efficient while providing new solutions to business users without the need for labor-intensive coding.
NAI’s unique solutions have attracted the notice of small and large companies. In the fourth quarter of 2012, the company added nearly 70 new customers, including world-renowned brands like Dean & Deluca, Nestlé Waters, BMW USA Manufacturing Co. and Payless ShoeSource. They joined more than 10,000 existing customers, including NASA, IBM, Kaiser Permanente, Verizon, FedEx and many regional, state and federal government offices. To find out more about the NAI platform or to get started with a 30-day free trial of AutoMate, visit www.networkautomation.com.