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Debriefing Software unveils new US Solutions Partner: Ocean Computer Group

Ocean Computer Group joins growing list of IBM resellers and system integrators around the world using Wizards Storage Portal as Debriefing Software responds to increasing enquiries from North America

September 10, 2013 - Viby J, Denmark - Debriefing Software (http://www.debriefingsoftware.com/), creator of the award-winning Wizards Storage Portal, today unveiled a new reseller partner in the United States: Ocean Computer Group, a New Jersey-based IBM systems, storage and software solutions provider.

Ocean Computer Group is using Wizards Storage Portal's hundreds of automated reports and alerts on customers' IBM backup and storage environments to stay reactive to emerging issues with customers' SAN Volume Controller (SVC) installations.

"Ocean Computer Group has a very strong experience and long list of customers using IBM Storwize and SVC. We have seen already with one of our major customers how Debriefing Software's Wizard Storage Portal facilitates the monitoring and analysis of their storage installation. Having access to performance analysis 24/7 as well as automated alerts by SMS and email when thresholds are breached means our reactivity to any emerging issues is instant so our service levels remain extremely competitive," said Lou Tsotakos, Ocean Computer Group's CEO.

Wizards Storage Portal (WSP) is a cloud-based storage management portal for IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, Storwize and SVC. It monitors and analyzes IBM backup and storage performance in real-time with a user-friendly, customizable dashboard and more than 200 preconfigured graphs and reports. Delivered as a software-as-a-service offering, WSP helps enterprises manage their IBM backup and storage solutions more efficiently and effectively by eliminating routine and resource-demanding tasks with automated reports and alerts that help companies reduce both capital and operational expenditure.

With Wizards Storage Portal, enterprises can easily outsource the management of their IBM backup and storage to a reseller partner while sharing access to real-time performance data. Debriefing Software, a strong and supportive technology partner, won the 2013 IT Europa award for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Solution of the Year. Other resellers of Wizards Storage Portal for IBM backup and storage include Load System, Time Network Management, B4Restore and others.

"We are truly excited about the partnership with Ocean Computer Group, a highly successful solution provider and an outstanding IBM Business Partner. While we are seeing an increasing demand for WSP from North America based companies and organizations, it is encouraging to have partners like Ocean Computer Group such that we know that customer requirements are dealt with professionally and timely. We expect to continue our growth path, and we are delighted to do so in partnership with Ocean Computer Group," said Paul Ström, Global Sales Director, Debriefing Software.

Wizards Storage Portal is a proven success that currently analyses more than 65,000 servers worldwide. For more information on the benefits of reselling WSP, please visit http://www.debriefingsoftware.com/Why-become-a-WSP-reseller.aspx?ID=1261. To analyse your system for free for thirty days, please visit http://www.debriefingsoftware.com/free-trial-products.aspx?ID=647.

About Debriefing Software
Debriefing Software A/S, part of the Portalized Group, is a private company formed in 2003 and headquartered in Viby J, Denmark. Debriefing Software is a worldwide leader in cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions for IBM TSM, Storwize and SVC with its innovative Wizards Storage Portal. The Debriefing Software Wizards Storage Portal analyzes and monitors more than 65 thousand servers worldwide.

To learn more about the Debriefing Software Wizards Storage Portal and associated services please visit http://www.debriefingsoftware.com/.

About Ocean Computer Group, Inc.
Since 1985, Ocean Computer Group has grown and transitioned along with the IT industry. Focusing on helping customers find the best way to manage and protect their networks and data in this complicated and ever changing environment using innovative technology solutions along with the expertise of a committed staff.

Ocean Computer Group main goal is solving business challenges, taking the time to understand each business' unique operating environment and leverage years of experience to prescribe the best solution to specific demands.

Media Contacts
For Debriefing Software
Olivia Shannon
Omarketing
UK: +44 208 255 5225
US: +1 781 519 0275
olivia@omarketing.com
www.twitter.com/Olivia_at_O

For Ocean Computer Group, Inc.
Ken Dominguez
Senior Integration Specialist
732-718-2194

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