Columbia software developer Tricerat
has had a busy few months.
Since the fall, Tricerat has brought on board a new president, attorney Vasilios Peros, and new CFO Timothy Beal. It also introduced new desktop management software, Simplify Suite, version 5.5 and a beta version of Scanect, a remote scanning software.
Founded in 1997, Tricerat is best known for creating the ScrewDrivers print management technology. It recently won Bayshore Technologies’ prestigious Enterprise Partner of the Year Award.
The company today boasts more than 10,000 diverse clients worldwide. They include KDDI, a Japanese logistics company; Australian resort Hamilton Island; and Cabrini Health, a nonprofit Catholic healthcare service.
Its user workspace and desktop management solutions protect thousands of IT organizations from operational and security risks that can impact their delivery infrastructure. The company’s software aims to boost performance and system reliability, while reducing support and hardware costs.
Tricerat is the brainchild of John Byrne, who spent 10 years with the Mercantile Bank Shares Corporation directing the transformation of the bank’s infrastructure to Citrix Metaframe. Realizing the apparent gaps within the print solution arena, Byrne pounced on the opportunity to corner the niche market.