Quoting from official announcement:
Surgient, the leading provider of on-demand applications that automate the provisioning of virtual labs for testing and training, today announced that it has been utilizing VMware Virtual Infrastructure to dynamically manage and deliver applications for software sales, marketing, training and testing. Surgient also announced that it has joined the VMware Technology Software Alliance Program.
Surgient packaged applications leverage VMware virtual infrastructure?s scalability, manageability; security and efficiency to cost effectively automate delivery of enterprise applications on-demand.
?Companies like Documentum and Starwood are realizing the strong benefits that Surgient can provide by orchestrating virtual resources to deliver applications which solve real problems?, said Sameer Jagtap, Surgient Director of Product Management. ?We are pleased to leverage the very latest advances in virtual infrastructure technology from VMware.?
?Surgient applications are an excellent example of how VMware virtual infrastructure can be utilized to deliver applications that automate and enhance business processes?, said Brian Byun, Vice President of Alliances for VMware.
?Surgient infrastructure partners are instrumental in enabling us to deliver value to our customers?, said Erik Josowitz, Vice President of Marketing for Surgient. ?VMware enables us to deliver a powerful self-service infrastructure model for automating business processes.?