|By Business Wire||
|December 11, 2012 09:07 AM EST||
RES Software, the most comprehensive provider of workspace virtualization solutions, today announced that its COO/CFO Marc Zinnemers and Vice President of Strategy Jeff Fisher will attend and speak at the 15th Annual Needham Growth Conference in New York City, NY. Led by CEO Klaus Besier, RES Software has aggressively expanded throughout Europe and North America. RES Software will be one of 350 participating rapid-growth companies, along with institutional investors, private equity firms and venture capitalists, to discuss critical topics that will impact technology stock valuations in 2013 and beyond.
About RES Software
RES Software, the most comprehensive provider of workspace virtualization solutions that manage and automate IT services to the enterprise workspace, is helping IT organizations manage increasingly complex and hybrid technology environments with software that makes IT easier, less costly and more secure to manage. Workspace virtualization technologies automate, manage and secure corporate IT, helping IT professionals master the impacts of IT consumerization, changing employee work styles, bring-your-own-device initiatives and cloud technologies. RES Software patented technologies are used by a global customer base, and include superior customer support. For more information, follow updates on Twitter @ressoftware and visit www.ressoftware.com.
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