May 9, 2002
- Lebanon, NH
Tally Systems today announced that its web-based PC inventory service, WebCensus (www.webcensus.net) has been named a winner by CMP Media LLC's Network Computing for a 2002 Well-Connected Award in the category of Desktop Systems Management. WebCensus was chosen for its innovative ability to gather crucial management data for saving money and managing PC desktops by offering instant, accurate inventories over the Web without the burden of installation, maintenance, or dedicated IT staff.
“This award acknowledges Tally Systems' commitment to innovation as a trusted provider of value to our customers for over 12 years,” said Ted Jastrzembski, CEO and President of Tally Systems. “The rapid return on investment our customers see with WebCensus is central to our philosophy of providing real solutions for enterprises to save money, improve efficiency, and avoid the pitfalls of continuing chaos on their desktop systems. At a time when organizations are looking to maximize the value of their IT investments, WebCensus delivers high value at a low cost with minimal overhead. We are very proud to have received this honor and recognition from the editors of Network Computing.”
The winners of the Network Computing Well-Connected Awards were announced at a ceremony on Monday, May 6th held at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. All winners and finalists are highlighted in the May 13th issue of Network Computing, Network Computing Online at www.networkcomputing.com and also at www.nwcwellconnected.com.
Tally Systems WebCensus delivers a fast, accurate hardware and software audit with a unique web-based service that requires no installation or management, and uses Tally Systems patented Census Recognition Technology™ at its core. As a hosted service, WebCensus removes the burden of installing software and maintaining additional infrastructure required by other complex management tools. The data returned from WebCensus is crucial to managing software licenses, avoiding audits by the BSA, planning for changes in Microsoft licensing, and managing hardware and software migrations.
“The Well-Connected Awards are given to products, technologies and services that have withstood testing by our editors over an enterprise and in real world environments—they have proven to be essential to meeting business initiatives," said Fritz Nelson, Publisher of CMP's Network Computing. According to Nelson, "When a product receives a Well-Connected award, it is an important endorsement—it is the top in its category and carries through with its promise of excellence.”