(Gawkwire.com) Ensim Corporation, the leading provider of user provisioning and change management software for enterprises and service providers, today announced record revenue and profits for 2009, saw significant growth in customers and users, expanded its market segments, and completed several major advances in technology, despite the current, challenging economic environment.

Ensim’s major achievements for 2009 include:
• Doubled total revenue over 2008
• Enabled largest Microsoft Unified Communications enterprise deployment in North America
• Extended Oracle identity management framework to support fine-grain entitlement controls to Microsoft applications
• Partnered with Microsoft and BroadSoft on global rollout of complete, turnkey Unified Communications solution for telecom service providers

Ensim also grew its reseller network with the addition of seven new partners, including PI Services, TranscendIT, Nippon Data Systems, Intrface Worldwide, Infotronics, ID Integrated Data SA, and TELNET S.A., and significantly expanded its international presence in Europe, India, Japan, South America, and the Middle East.

Entering 2010, Ensim will announce several new products to help enterprises ensure a secure and compliant IT infrastructure, as well as integrate access and identity administration across multiple systems for organizations looking to adopt hosted applications and/or manage cloud services.

“To achieve this record growth in this economic climate is a great accomplishment for our team,” said David J. Wippich, Chairman and CEO of Ensim Corporation. “As we look to the year ahead, we see even greater potential for growth in the market by offering solutions that will allow our customers to improve their IT efficiency, bolster their security and reduce their compliance risk through enforcing policy and automating manual processes.”



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