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Login Consultants and Orange combine forces to create leading European managed services provider

Login Consultants and Orange combine forces to create leading European managed services provider

Deal allows Login VSI to focus 100% on VDI lifecycle software portfolio

I’m very excited to reveal that today our Login Consultants business has been acquired by Orange through its Business Services entity. As many of you know, we’ve always had the ambition to make Login Consultants the main player in the European VDI / SBC services market. To reach this lofty goal, it needed to expand its footprint, professionalize its operations and grow its managed services practice.

Why did Login Consultants choose to become part of Orange Business Services?

In Orange Business Services -- the “Login Consultants” of France -- we found the perfect partner. They target the same niche market as we do and they have the same DNA so we’re a good cultural fit. Login Consultants will also benefit from the experience of Orange Business Services in successfully expanding a managed services business and the power of a respected brand. By combining forces, the new Orange Business Services becomes a major European force in the SBC/VDI services market.

What is the impact on Login VSI?

The Orange Business Services acquisition allows Login VSI to dedicate 100 percent of our energies and resources on our core VDI lifecycle management software portfolio. The recent addition of Login AM brought automated configuration, deployment and change management functionality to our customers while bolstering our Login VSI testing and Login PI monitoring and reporting capabilities. By focusing exclusively on our software solutions, Login VSI will take the end user experience to the next level for our customers through constantly improving performance, stability and agility for virtualized desktops and workspaces.

This is only the beginning of a new and exciting story for Login VSI. Enterprise IT departments use Login VSI software products in all phases of their virtual desktop deployment—from planning to deployment to change management—for more predictable performance, higher availability and a more consistent end user experience. The world's leading virtualization and infrastructure vendors also use our technology as the defacto benchmark for VDI performance. We are on the verge of unprecedented growth and success.

I thank the Login Consultants team and its customers for the many years of successful partnership and wish all good things for the new combined Orange Business Services.

I’m truly thrilled to be a part of the next chapter for Login VSI, and I can’t wait to see what’s in store in the coming months!

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