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Nlyte's new solution allows customers to 'mix and match how they pay'

08 Mar 17

Nlyte has revealed a new service as an extension of the company’s Nlyte Enterprise On Demand (SaaS). 'Nlyte Hosting Service' offers its licenced customers the flexibility to host Nlyte in their own environments or outsource the hosting to Nlyte.

According to the company, this new service will also provide significant long-term economic benefits and flexibility to an organization. With on-premise, SaaS, or this new hosting service, Nlyte customers get the same scalable solution that is VerAcode security certified. 

Customers also own their DCIM data and do not forfeit rights to how that data can be used.

“We continue to invest in Nlyte Enterprise On Demand and the Nlyte Hosting Service is a natural step in our evolution. At Nlyte, we want to give customers complete flexibility in how they pay and where they run the solution,” says Nlyte’s Niraj Desai, Vice President of Professional Services.

“This new service means customers can mix and match how they pay and how the solution is maintained – with future flexibility built in for the customer.”

Customer benefits include lowered costs, automatic application updates and increased flexibility in conducting business with Nlyte.

“We are interested in anything that helps bolster the success of our customers and their ongoing use of Nlyte,” says Nlyte’s Mark Gaydos, CMO.

“Ultimately the customer is in charge and at Nlyte providing customers flexibility is what, in part, has helped us maintain our 98% customer retention rate.”

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