4/22/2003 - Marimba, Inc. (Nasdaq: MRBA), the Software Change-Management Company, announced that it will showcase its Device Management offerings in Booth 1438 of the Embedded Systems Conference, scheduled for April 23-25, 2003 in San Francisco, CA.
Marimba's Device Management solution will extend the company's leading inventory management, packaging, and reporting capabilities to the portable, handheld market. This solution will allow companies to deploy a single automated solution that makes it easy and cost effective to manage, update, and repair PDAs and handheld devices. General availability for Marimba's next-generation Device Management offerings is planned for later this quarter.
"Handheld devices are becoming an increasingly important part of corporate IT departments, and vendors are constantly looking for ways to automate their software updating and maintenance process in order to reduce support costs for these devices," said Rich Wyckoff, president and CEO of Marimba. "Our newest Device Management offerings will further extend our server and desktop capabilities to a wide variety of portable software devices, helping companies get more out of their PDA and handheld device investments."
The Embedded Systems Conference is the world's largest embedded exhibition and premier educational forum for engineers and engineering managers developing leading-edge products that incorporate embedded technology. For more information about the conference in San Francisco, visit: http://www.esconline.com/sf/.
Marimba, Inc., the Software Change-Management Company, is headquartered in Mountain View, Calif. Marimba's Desktop/Mobile Management, Server Change Management, and Embedded Management product families allow Global 2000 companies to better manage their IT resources, increase operational efficiency and reduce IT costs. Additional information is available at www.marimba.com.
Marimba is a registered trademark of Marimba, Inc. in the U.S. and/or certain other countries.
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