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Former EMC and Tieto Executive Willem Hendrickx Joins Miradore as Advisor

Miradore, an innovative provider of automated IT asset management services, today announced the appointment of Willem Hendrickx as Advisor. He will have a key role in challenging and supporting Miradore’s executive team through an aggressive phase of international growth.

The recently introduced Miradore 3.0 provides IT management with a single dashboard view and remote access to a wide range of end user devices, including smartphones, throughout organizations. Miradore partners with strong ICT service providers including Fujitsu and HP to bring the powerful remote workstation management solution to global markets.

Willem Hendrickx has successfully served global ICT companies and held key executive positions such as Senior Vice President, Global Channels at EMC Corporation and Executive Vice President, Telecom & Media at Tieto. In addition, he is involved in smaller growth companies, utilizing his contact network and experience in developing both direct and indirect sales channels.

“Willem’s extensive track record and industry-wide recognition as an expert in building and developing global channels is a tremendous asset for Miradore,” said Kristian Järnefelt, CEO of Miradore. “We are honoured to have Willem on board early on in our growth path, as his advice and contacts are extremely valuable now that we’re building the basis for accelerated sales and partnering efforts.”

“I’m impressed by Miradore’s technology, which carries great promise for IT management, under increasing stress due to the diversity of devices,” said Willem Hendrickx. “Having worked for large international corporations, I particularly enjoy the opportunity to also be involved in fast-growing non-mature businesses. Miradore is now looking for aggressive international growth, and I¹m looking forward to the ride.”

Miradore’s cloud-based management solution integrates all end device management functions, increasing the efficiency of IT management. The software suite consists of integrated asset management, remote configuration management and other lifecycle management tools.

The recently introduced Miradore 3.0 is a highly automated management suite that independently gathers up-to-date asset and performance data at configurable intervals and distributes new applications or packages to end devices. Designed to scale to environments with tens of thousands of devices, Miradore eliminates a large share of manual IT management work.

Miradore benefits end users through the improved quality of IT support services, as their devices can be deployed, configured and updated remotely over the network, without having to wait for IT technicians to handle the issues in person. Other key features include remote power management enabling significant savings in power costs, and remote locking and wiping of lost or stolen devices.

Miradore 3.0 supports Android 2.2 and Symbian 3 based mobile devices, Windows and Linux based workstations and retail point-of-sale (POS) terminals. Support for Apple¹s iPhone/iPad and OS X for Mac are planned for later this year.

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