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Clarus Systems Cites Solid Growth in 2010


New Customers and Partnerships Propel Clarus Systems to an Excellent Year All Around

Redwood City, Calif. – January 31, 2011 – Clarus Systems, Inc., a leading provider of integrated Voice over IP (VoIP) management software and services for Unified Communications, today announced that the company achieved a positive performance for the company's fiscal year, ending December 31, 2010. Clarus Systems, a privately held corporation, experienced significant growth in customers and revenue, while contracted bookings almost doubled. These developments resulted in a solid balance sheet with Clarus Systems remaining cash flow positive.

"For 2010, our business execution continued to hit our aggressive targets – from a corporate and technology standpoint," said Brendan F. Reidy, CEO, Clarus Systems. "We have continued to generate industry recognition among the global enterprises we serve. Our track record of increasing voice and Unified Communications service quality while reduce operating costs continues to resonate in this economy."

Several highlights, events and customer growth contributed to Clarus Systems' progress include the following critical business results.

Bookings and Revenues: Clarus Systems' contracted booking in 2010 were 177% of 2009 bookings. Revenues in 2010 were 130% of 2009 revenues.

Customers and Partners: Clarus Systems experienced impressive sales momentum in 2010 with significant wins of leading global companies (household names) in healthcare, financial services and government to deliver the best monitoring and testing functionality to keep their unified communications systems running.

Clarus Systems extended their coverage and market reach through a growing array of partnerships, including large Telco's, Cisco, HP, and Microsoft.

Products and Services: In 2010, Clarus Systems significantly expanded its platform coverage by adding monitoring for Cisco Unity Connection, Cisco Unified Presence Server, and Cisco Contact Center Express. In addition, Clarus Systems added intelligent configuration analysis capabilities that enable customers to rapidly identify and fix configuration errors that could lead to service outages.

Clarus developed or enhanced new services to enable customers and partners to rapidly test and optimize Unified Communications migrations and deployments.

Industry Recognition: Unified Communications Excellence Award: The Clarus UC Migration Verification Service was recognized by TMC for Outstanding Innovation.

"Our goals for 2011 include additional enablement of Unified Communications in the Cloud through the ongoing development of partnerships that embed Clarus Systems' technology into Hosted and Cloud-based UC offerings. To support this initiative, we recently introduced our upgraded ClarusIPC+ Plus version 4.0 which was met with positive response," added Reidy.

About Clarus Systems
Clarus Systems, Inc. (www.clarussystems.com) a global leader in enterprise VoIP management software and services, provides integrated testing, troubleshooting, and monitoring for Unified Communications systems. Clarus' award-winning VoIP management suite, ClarusIPC Plus®, maximizes Unified Communications performance and availability through automated testing, performance monitoring, configuration management and business intelligence reporting. Clarus VoIP testing and monitoring ensures the highest voice quality and proactive management that empowers unified communications. The company attributes its success to its roster of customers which includes Global 100 enterprises in financial services, healthcare, energy, communications, as well as system integrators, resellers and managed service partners. For additional information, please visit www.clarussystems.com. Also, follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/clarussystems.

Media Contact:
John McCaffrey
press@clarussystems.com


"According to a recent Yankee Group Survey, less than 50% of enterprises that have deployed VoIP currently use a comprehensive management solution. At the same time, network managers often demonstrate a lack of confidence in the technology and its promised benefits. With the industry moving beyond VoIP and more toward unified communications, network managers must implement a comprehensive VoIP management strategy, as this will be the key to obtaining the value and minimizing the risk of enterprise wide scale deployment."

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