In September 2010, Pulse reached 1 million developers worldwide. Well, just 5 months later we are please to announce that Pulse now supports 1.5 million users globally.

It is without question that Pulse is now the most widely used software provisioning and delivery technology on the market - and that level of success can only be achieved because Genuitec's software is that good. </horn tooting>

So, it is with great pleasure we say "thank you" to all of our customers for putting Pulse at the top of software management technologies.

And if you haven't tried Pulse today, we think it's time. Go here to learn more.

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Posted on Mar 1st 2011