Minneapolis, MN, April 19, 2016—HelpSystems today announced that the company’s solutions that run on the IBM i operating system are fully tested and ready for IBM i version 7.3. Customers upgrading to the new version can be confident their HelpSystems software is compatible.

IBM officially released IBM i 7.3 on April 15, 2016. As a long-time IBM Business Partner, HelpSystems tests their products against each IBM i release to ensure full product functionality is supported on the platform ahead of general availability.

“Our development direction at HelpSystems is in alignment with IBM’s priorities to simplify insight, enable data analysis, and strengthen security,” said Matt Bresnan, Vice President of Research and Development for HelpSystems. “With many customers running our products on IBM i, we’re devoted to the platform and we’re pleased with the new functionality 7.3 brings to our IBM i customers.”

With the release of IBM i 7.3, IBM provides a host of new features, especially focusing on security and analytics on the platform.

About HelpSystems

HelpSystems empowers IT professionals to excel like never before. Every day more than 9,000 organizations across the globe rely on HelpSystems to automate and simplify system and network management, secure data, and give people simple access to information they need. For critical needs like IT and business process automation, system security, network mapping, document management, and business intelligence, HelpSystems makes IT lives easier and keeps businesses running smoothly. Learn more at www.helpsystems.com.


Mike Devine
Vice President, Marketing
+1 952-563-1696
mike.devine@helpsystems.com

 

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