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Selis

  1. 1. Company Presentation July 2000
  2. 2. Management Jonathan Gad, Co - founder & CEO Yigal Korolevski, Co - founder & CTO Amit Kleinmann, VP R&D
  3. 3. Advisory Board • Professor Ran Giladi Head of the Communication Systems Engineering at Ben-Gurion University • Dr Debby Koren Director of Internet Technology at RAD Data Communications Lecturer at Tel-Aviv University & Technion Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Network Management • Pini Lozowick VP Marketing at Chiaro Networks • Moshe Voloshin Engineering Program Manager at Cisco Systems
  4. 4. The Selis Networks Vision To become the leading vendor of Business Service monitoring and management solutions in the SMB market for enterprises and service providers
  5. 5. Traditional Approach
  6. 6. Next Generation Approach
  7. 7. What are Business Services? Intelligent information channels which can be logically combined.
  8. 8. Networking for Application Delivery Impossible to effectively manage a Multi-vendor environment
  9. 9. Current Solutions Point Solutions Do - it - yourself Frameworks (e.g. CA, Tivoli/IBM,HP) All these solutions monitor the technical aspects and not the business service impact
  10. 10. The Gap in the market Percentage of Enterprise Price(K $) 100 Managed Tivoli CA Unicenter Concor d HP-OV TAVVE 50 Frontline Manage.com Riversoft Optivity Ciscoworks WebTrends What’s Up MRTG Gold Point Frameworks Solutions
  11. 11. The Selis Solution: B - Watch • Business services and SLA monitoring and management • Business services and SLA portal monitoring and management portal • Real-time monitoring of all business services, networks, • Real-time monitoring of all business systems & applications and their SLAs services, networks, systems & • Trend analysis with Intelligent • Trend analysis with Intelligent Surfacing™ applications and for proactive maintenance their SLAs Surfacing™ • Wizard-basedmaintenance • Wizard-based installation & configuration& for proactive installation • configuration • 3-clicks architecture 3-clicks architecture • Integrates with point • Integrates with point solutions & frameworks solutions & frameworks The breadth of a framework without the complexity
  12. 12. B – Watch Main Screen
  13. 13. B – Watch Main Screen
  14. 14. B – Watch Main Screen
  15. 15. B – Watch Main Screen
  16. 16. B – Watch Main Screen
  17. 17. B – Watch Main Screen
  18. 18. B – Watch Main Screen
  19. 19. B – Watch Architecture
  20. 20. B – Watch Features & Benefits Feature Benefit
  21. 21. Target Market: SMBs SOHO ISPs (<20 ports) 12% 12% Large Enterprise (1000 +ports) 19% SME (499 ports) 45% Enterprise (500 – 999 ports) 12% Source: Cisco “The market reached $8.6 billion in 1999, and is expected to reach $21 billion in 2004.” “The whole small-to-midrange market continues to be under penetrated” *Gartner Group, September 2000
  22. 22. Window of Opportunity
  23. 23. SMB Channel Strategies SMB’s spent $23 Billion in 1999
  24. 24. OEM Channel Candidates • Nortel and Cisco made SMB Network Hardware significant inroads… Candidates Rank Rank Vendor H1.99 H2.99 • Cisco is investing 1 1 3Com significant resources…into 2 2 Intel the SMB market 3 3 Linksys 7 4 Nortel Networks • Nortel …launch… its SMB 4 5 NDC Solutions Division NR 6 D-Link 13 7 Cisco Systems 6 8 Netgear • Intel’s small business group continued to create 5 9 SMC/Accton and execute 8 10 HP 11 11 Kingston Source: In-Stat, April 2000
  25. 25. MSP Channel Selis Networks and MSPs • B-Watch ships MSP-Ready™ • Special B - Watch MSP version
  26. 26. Selis Networks Strategy • Launch multi-functional product • Development of new modules • Low pricing for wide penetration • Network manager group through company portal
  27. 27. Current Status  R&D center operational in Israel  Highly respected Advisory Board  Back-end service modules in Unitest  Europe-based VP European Sales recruited  US-based VP Sales candidates being interviewed  Customer Beta installation expected Q1.2000  Product release expected Q2.2001  Discussions underway with potential OEM and distribution partners
  28. 28. Future Directions • Future Features: • Future Products: – Voice/IP support – B-Watch MSP – Self-Healing – B-Watch appliance (Nokia ?) – Porting to Unix
  29. 29. Investment Highlights • B-Watch enables networking for business services delivery without complexity • Fills niche in the multi-billion dollar NSM market • OEM, two-tier distribution and MSP-ReadyTM strategy enables quick ramp up & wide penetration • Experienced management team with over 30 years in networking companies • Product development progressing • Positive feedback from potential OEM customers
  30. 30. Product Situation • Customer Beta installation expected Q1.2000 • Product Release expected Q2.2000 • Discussion underway with potential OEM and distribution partners

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