SOURCE: Bluewolf

April 16, 2007 13:58 ET

Bluewolf Co-Founder Joins Executives From Akamai, ThinkStrategies and OpSource in Discussion of Software as a Service at SaaScon

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 16, 2007 -- Bluewolf, an on-demand enterprise consulting company that specializes in the deployment of complex enterprise software applications, today announced that co-founder and principal Eric Berridge will be speaking on "Software as a Service: Taking Technologies to the Next Level," at the upcoming SaaScon conference, held April 17-18 in Santa Clara, CA. A leader in software as a service (SaaS), Bluewolf has been a salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM) partner since 1999.

Berridge joins a panel moderated by Jeff Kaplan of THNKstrategies, with panelists that include Treb Ryan, CEO, OpSource Inc. and Willie Tejada, VP of Application Performance Solutions, Akamai.

Berridge and the other panelists will examine the best ways that on-demand solutions can be delivered to ensure those solutions meet an organization's business expectations. It will also look at how SaaS delivery systems can be configured and what service levels should be put in place to help an organization accomplish their short and long-term business goals.

About Bluewolf

Founded in 2000, Bluewolf is an on-demand enterprise consulting company that specializes in the deployment of enterprise software applications. Through its Customer Success Guarantee™, Bluewolf is reinventing the concept of enterprise consulting, one that is tailor made for the on-demand world. Bluewolf's practices incorporate three main areas: On-Demand Consulting, On-Demand Software, and On-Demand Remote Services. With offices across North America, Bluewolf's customers include Bank of America, ADP, General Electric, Wall Street Journal, Staples and Ann Taylor. More information about the company can be found at www.bluewolf.com.

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