Sentillion Launches New Business Unit Dedicated to Virtualizing Critical Business Capabilities


Paul Roscoe Appointed to President of Sentillion vBusiness Unit

ANDOVER, Mass., June 26 / -- Sentillion, Inc., a leading provider of identity and access management (IAM) solutions for healthcare, today announced the launch of Sentillion vBusiness, a new strategic business unit focused on delivering virtualized software solutions that will enable companies in any industry to extend computing beyond the boundaries of the corporate network, without sacrificing performance or security. While remaining deeply committed to delivering IAM technology to the healthcare market, Sentillion will leverage its vBusiness unit to bring its new virtualized solutions to other industries. President of Sentillion vBusiness, Paul Roscoe, who previously served as senior vice president of field operations for Sentillion, will oversee and manage the new business unit reporting directly to the Company's CEO, Robert Seliger.

Sentillion vBusiness was founded on the principle that physical boundaries should not compromise or limit business operations and user experiences. Sentillion vBusiness virtualization solutions provide the capability for business functions and the people who implement them to do so from anywhere in the world with a level of security and performance as if they were physically within the enterprise.

In related news, Sentillion today unveiled (http://vthere.net/) vThere(TM), the first product offering from its vBusiness unit. vThere is a virtualized remote access solution which provides organizations with the ability to deliver a software-only personal computer to provide exactly the same application access, user experience and level of security, as when the user is physically within the enterprise, but without the need for server-based infrastructure. vThere resolves the cost, complexity and performance limitations commonly associated with other remote access products on the market.

"As remote and mobile workforces continue to grow in virtually every industry, the need for a solution that can provide the same user experience without sacrificing security and performance is paramount," said Robert Seliger, CEO of Sentillion. "The formation of the vBusiness unit and the release of its first product, vThere, is an extremely important business initiative for Sentillion and we are very pleased to have Paul leading this effort."

Since 2003, Paul Roscoe has served as senior vice president of field operations, responsible for developing and implementing Sentillion's revenue growth strategies. During his tenure, Sentillion posted record sales, including $50M in 2005, and has become the largest stand-alone provider of IAM solutions to any industry. Prior to joining Sentillion, Roscoe served as Area Vice President, Healthcare for Sybase. A native of the United Kingdom, Roscoe is a graduate of the Oldham Business School.

About Sentillion vBusiness

Sentillion vBusiness was founded on the belief that physical boundaries should not compromise or limit business operations and user experience. Sentillion vBusiness' flagship product, vThere(TM) is the first virtualized, server-less approach to remote access. vThere provides organizations with the ability to deliver exactly the same application access, user experience and level of security, as when the user is physically within the enterprise, without the need for a server based infrastructure. Sentillion vBusiness, which provides virtualization solutions to all industries, is a division of Sentillion, Inc., the leading provider of identity and access management solutions for the healthcare industry. Sentillion is a privately held company headquartered in Andover, Mass. For more information, visit Sentillion vBusiness at http://vthere.net/.

Contact:
Jennifer Haas
Sentillion
(978) 689-9095 x262
jennifer.haas@sentillion.com

Source: Sentillion, Inc.

CONTACT: Jennifer Haas of Sentillion, +1-978-689-9095 ext. 262,
jennifer.haas@sentillion.com

Web site: http://vthere.net/
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