Portellus unveils Customer Readiness Lab
IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 30, 2005 -- Portellus Inc., a leading provider of technology tools and services for the financial services industry, today announced the availability of a Customer Readiness Lab (CRL) for prospective clients. The CRL is a comprehensive testing, evaluation and solution simulation facility that allows for the hands-on examination of the features, functionality and compatibility of Portellus' solutions. As a result, a structured, step-by-step user-defined experience is established that mitigates the risk involved with purchasing enterprise-level applications.
The Portellus CRL brings prospective clients together with the company's solutions architects, business analysts, project managers, quality control specialists and trainers. Together, both sides are able to quickly explore, understand and surmount the challenges often encountered when incorporating and integrating enterprisewide software solutions into existing workflows and/or legacy systems.
"Portellus is committed to ensuring that prospective customers are 100 percent comfortable with the capabilities of our application to deliver the performance and the results they demand and deserve," said John Le, CEO of Portellus. "The goal of our CRL is to help ensure that our prospective customers' technology expectations can be met. The lab mitigates risk by allowing prospects to visit our facilities and essentially 'look under the hood' before they purchase the solution. It's basically a try-before-you-buy approach that gives prospects a comprehensive understanding of what steps are involved to implement Portellus' solution into a simulated production environment."
For many organizations, making a sizeable technology decision can introduce a variety of technical and operational challenges. Unforeseen difficulties often result in significant financial losses, major project timeline slippage, and numerous wasted man hours on projects that are never delivered to a production environment or projects that never meet expectations and ROI. The Portellus CRL removes the all-too-common problem of client-vendor miscommunications and unexpected integration bottlenecks by allowing for configuration and production mock-ups. As a result, potentially disappointing results, or no results at all, are eliminated.
The Portellus CRL is designed for organizations that:
-- Have experienced a failed or time-consuming implementation
-- Want to simulate environment changes prior to production
-- Are interested in working on an on-site Proof of Concept (POC) approach
The Portellus CRL includes:
-- A large, comprehensive testing and evaluation facility with classroom-style seating
-- Three technology-focused conference rooms with theatre-style screens
-- A structured, step-by-step user-defined workflow and experience
-- The latest workstations with LCD screens for users
-- Hands-on testing of features, functionality and solution performance
-- Proof of concept and environment configuration
-- In-depth instructor-led training
Company officials say organizations fitting the aforementioned profiles are ideal candidates to take advantage of the CRL. Interested parties are encouraged to contact the company at 949-250-9600 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With headquarters in Irvine, Portellus Inc. is a leader in the application of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) for the insurance and mortgage banking industries. The company's Decision Management Solutions, Business Rules Management System, Enterprise Solutions Framework, Portal Solutions and Insurance Rating and Underwriting Engine seamlessly integrate with existing systems to enable clients to gain competitive advantages, reduce costs, mitigate risk, increase profitability and enter new markets. For more information, please visit www.portellus.com or call 949-250-9600.
Joe Bowerbank, 949-250-9600, ext. 250 email@example.com
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