Tricerat believes this product will increase productivity of mobile workers who often struggle to accomplish seemingly simple tasks such as printing. “With the dramatic increase of mobile workers and companies adopting BYOD initiatives, Tricerat is uniquely poised with Simplify Printing TX to address the needs of companies around the world,” said
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Tricerat is a company dedicated to making IT simple. We believe that IT Administrators should have more time to spend on strategic and meaningful company initiatives, rather than mundane tasks. Tricerat’s mission is to simplify the lives of IT admins by automating the everyday, routine tasks associated with managing a trouble-free user experience. We accomplish this by delivering dependable and easy-to-use software tools and personalized world-class support and service. By listening and paying attention to system administrator needs, we’ve developed products that not only prevent known system limitations but also maintain and improve the end user experience.
Tricerat has been able to solve IT network problems for over 8,000 customers worldwide and has created many invaluable partnerships with value-added resellers, consultants, and systems integrators. Tricerat has formed critical industry alliances as a Citrix Ready Partner, Gold Certified Microsoft Partner, and VMware Technology Alliance Partner to ensure not only the benefits of today’s technology, but the compatibility for longstanding service in the future.
After 15 years in business, Tricerat has experienced rapid growth yet maintained the privately owned and operated atmosphere of a company that is determined to stay on top with true staying power.
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