Networking services company Intelliden Corporation is claiming that it has become the first privately held Enterprise Network Configuration vendor and the first privately held Service Management vendor to become cash-flow positive.
Intelliden's customers and partners include Bear Stearns, Boeing, British Telecom, Cisco, EDS, HP, IBM, Juniper Networks, RNLA NATO, Sandia Labs, Staples, TELUS and Visa. As well as becoming cash-flow positive, Intelliden has also maintained consistent, quarter-over-quarter growth throughout 2004 across its domestic and international operations.
Intelliden's network and service automation services are aimed at enterprises and managed service providers who want to align their strategic business priorities with their network operations. This says Intelliden, allows them to derive more value from their IT and network investments.
“Intelliden is dedicated to solving our customers' network and IT automation challenges," said Dale Hecht, Intelliden president and CEO.
"We are entering our fourth quarter of positive cash flow during a time when many technology companies are still struggling. We believe our success is due to our strong customer focus, our Tier 1 partnerships, the commitment of Intelliden employees worldwide and the fact that [Intelliden software] is responding to an ever-growing need for network and IT automation solutions."