SOURCE: Cast Iron Systems

March 21, 2007 12:56 ET

Cast Iron Systems Presents at Success On Demand Tour

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 21, 2007 -- Cast Iron Systems, the fastest growing integration appliance vendor, today announced its national support for the "Success On Demand Tour." Simon Peel, Cast Iron's senior vice president of marketing and integration strategies, will present on how an appliance-based approach to integration saves IT managers months of time and 80 percent of costs on integration projects when compared to software based approaches.

The "Success On Demand Tour," which attracts thousands of sales, support and marketing executives worldwide, kicks off on March 21 in Houston and finishes April 19 in Denver. The tour dates are as follows:

-- March 21 in Houston, Texas     -- April 5 in Detroit, Mich.
-- March 22 in Arlington, Va.     -- April 5 in Atlanta, Ga.
-- April 3  in San Diego, Calif.  -- April 14 in Huntington, Calif.
-- April 4  in Raleigh, N.C.      -- April 19 in Denver, Colo.'s "Success On Demand Tour" offers users information on CRM options, product demonstrations and best-practices sessions. For more information about the conference, visit

About Cast Iron Systems

Founded in 2001, Cast Iron Systems is the fastest growing integration appliance vendor. The company's flagship iA3000 application integration appliance garnered Network Computing's Product of the Year in 2005 and 2006. Customers include Allianz, Emerson, Intuitive Surgical, Lawson Software, and Toyota. Backed by leading venture capital firms, Cast Iron is privately held and led by experienced technology executives from PeopleSoft, Sun Microsystems, Vitria and webMethods. More information can be found at

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