Paessler AG: Provider of powerful, yet easy-to-use Network Monitoring Software
Network devices such as IT routers, switches and intrusion prevention tools like firewalls form the backbone of corporate networks, and are vital for the day-to-day operations of a business. Any failure in their functioning can bring havoc and result in productivity and revenue loss from business downtimes. Managing these devices together, however, is a daunting task and needs specialized software to detect and notify potential failures. The fact that network devices come from several different vendors—some of them being developed with proprietary technology—further exacerbates the situation and makes it hard to manage together effectively. To that end, network monitoring software largely reduces network outages and facilitates businesses to operate without any such unexpected downtimes. To provide enterprises with efficient network monitoring software, Dirk Paessler established Paessler AG in 1997. His motive behind founding the company was to offer scalable solutions that take the worry out of network availability and performance issues and let organizations concentrate on their core business instead. Today, the company provides its award winning PRTG Network Monitor (PRTG), an easy-to-use, comprehensive and yet powerful network monitoring software, to countless organizations and has positioned itself as a leading vendor in the network monitoring space.
Headquartered in Nuremberg, Germany, Paessler constantly works on PRTG to improve its usability and add new features to help customers manage their networks better.
Paessler’s monitoring solution disburdens system administrators from most of the arduous, time-consuming and cumbersome daily tasks, and helps informed decision-making
Andrew Timms, says, “Our services are intuitive and comprehensive, transparent and yet fairly priced in a single licensing model.” This trust and consistency in pricing has helped Paessler proudly create a clientele comprising of some of the premium clients in the industry, which includes Hume Bank, Vodafone, Runge ICT, Trowers & Hamlins, The Westgate School, 7Eleven and many more. The company uses feedback, ideas and suggestions from current users to draw inspirations for its next phase of innovation and growth.