Vigía is an appliance that permanently provides information about the status on your network, devices and applications.
Through the years Pulsar is staying a step ahead in professional monitoring by keeping evolving and developing the tool. Pulsar uses Open Source tools such as NAGIOS (Pulsar belongs to its development community) and Nagvis.
The continuous development has resulted in Vigía 4.1
Members from the Pulsar team gathered to celebrate Pulsar’s birthday, including representatives from Lisbon and Casablanca.
On this sunny but early Thursday morning on the 12th of June the bus left for Rascafria, natural park of Peñalara, for a hike to Cascada del Purgatorio. On their way to the waterfall the Pulsar team enjoyed the views and the beautiful weather. For some the lunch came just in time after the 14 kilometers turned out to be quite a hike!
It was a great day and the (internationally) growing team got the opportunity to get to know each other better and definitely worked on Pulsar´s 4th core value: FUN!
Pulsar has almost 14 years of accumulated experience in the sector we serve, mainly because of the continuous research and development of the tools and services that have proven to be useful for end customers, and also by simplifying the tasks of their suppliers. These suppliers can be as diverse as computing maintenance companies, consumable suppliers, printer resellers, leasing companies, resellers of cost per copy programs, solution integrators and outsourcers, which over time have created our distribution channel and have become our business partners.
Since the beginning of 2014 Pulsar Technologies is collaborating with the international paper-roll printing company FESA.
About the company
FESA is leading the preprinted and plain paper-rolls market. The company has specialized in rolls for big business areas, like banking sector, distribution and shopping, parking, leisure parks, betting and lotteries.
Pulsartec Africa is the latest addition to the Pulsar group, and it is already operating from Casablanca, Morocco, which is the ideal location to serve the North African market.