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OpTier, Enterprise Management Associates and TrueCredit Tackle IT Service Delivery Challenges in October 19 Webinar

Webinar Provides Guidelines and Best Practices to Improve Service Delivery Within Traditional and SOA Environments

NEW YORK, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- OpTier(TM), a leader in transaction workload management for the enterprise, today announced a Webinar featuring its customer TrueCredit and hosted by EMA's Senior Analyst Julie Craig to discuss IT service delivery challenges and how end-to-end transaction management provides a competitive edge for both traditional and service oriented architectures (SOA). The Webinar takes place on October 19, 2006 at 1:00 p.m. ET. To register visit: http://www.emausa.com/ema_lead.php?ls=optierwebhl1006&bs=optierweb1006.

In its recent independent research report titled, "SOA: A View from the Trenches," EMA states that worldwide spending on technology and services -- including SOA -- will be upwards of $40 billion dollars by 2010. While companies attempt to reap the benefits of SOA, including business agility and increased return on investment, they are faced with unexpected pitfalls. The loosely coupled nature of SOA obscures visibility into transaction flow and can compromise service delivery. OpTier's CoreFirst eliminates this risk. EMA found that, "OpTier provides TrueCredit with end-to-end visibility of all transaction workloads across all tiers including Web services and legacy systems. It also simplifies the management of prioritization across tiers."

"In our in-depth SOA research we found that while many organizations are interested in implementing SOA, they are still in the early stages of adoption," said Julie Craig, senior analyst for EMA. "With the right technology tools, such as CoreFirst, organizations can meet the challenges of SOA head-on and realize the demonstrated benefits and value that SOA can deliver when introduced into the enterprise."

During the October 19 Webinar titled, "When IT is the Product: Delivering Superior Service when IT is the Differentiator," Craig will share real-world insight into the service delivery challenges facing enterprises today. OpTier's Motti Tal will highlight the Company's end-to-end Transaction Management software. TrueCredit's CTO Scott Metzger will discuss how his organization has implemented an innovative SOA and utilized OpTier's technology to ensure the delivery of superior IT services.

About OpTier

OpTier(TM), the leader in transaction workload management, develops software that dynamically assures IT business service levels and optimizes resources for the enterprise.

The company's flagship product, CoreFirst, introduces a transactional context for IT service management that helps to eliminate performance issues and provide proven results that directly impact the bottom line. Established in 2002, OpTier is headquartered in New York, with sales offices throughout the US and in Europe. For further information, visit http://www.optier.com/.

OpTier, CoreFirst and "Putting First Things First" are trademarks of OpTier Ltd.

Contacts: Michael Wooh Avi Dines or Jennifer Barlow OpTier Schwartz Communications, Inc. 212-679-2700 781-684-0770 michael.wooh@optier.comOpTier@schwartz-pr.com

OpTier

CONTACT: Michael Wooh of OpTier, +1-212-679-2700,
michael.wooh@optier.com; or Avi Dines or Jennifer Barlow of Schwartz
Communications, Inc. for OpTier, +1-781-684-0770, OpTier@schwartz-pr.com

Web site: http://www.optier.com/

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