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Wily Technology’s Introscope software chosen by Land Registry to ensure service levels – proactively avoiding potential outages and systems failures

London — June 1, 2005 —Wily Technology, the leader in enterprise application management, today announced that it has been chosen by Land Registry ( to monitor and manage the performance of its online services and applications, based upon the IBM WebSphere platform.

“We are planning to extend our online services,” said Paul Maycock, Head of IT Services at Land Registry “and we bought in Wily to ensure that we proactively manage our applications to avoid any possible outages or system failures. We also recognised the significance and impact that any breakdown of our online services will have to the property market, and the cost to business and the pubic, in the event of any service failure or breakdown when these systems are fully up and running. ”

In light of these requirements, Land Registry realised that it needed a robust and flexible application performance management solution to monitor and manage the applications and online services that would be running on the IBM WebSphere platform. After comprehensive market research Land Registry narrowed its choice down to two possible products, one of which was Introscope from Wily Technology.

“Wily Technology’s Introscope product won in terms of its ease of use, functionality, customer support and its speed of deployment,” continued Paul “Wily installed the product in half a day and we were able to design our own user interfaces and quickly get the system up and running. In addition, Wily provided excellent support and ensured consultants were on site when they were needed. Wily Introscope has the scalability and flexibility to support our entire set of online applications and services.”

Wily Introscope has initially been utilized to manage a pilot service that allows forms to be lodged electronically by a selected number of solicitors and conveyancing professionals rather than having to submit paper forms to the appropriate Land Registry Office. Once the pilot scheme is successfully completed, the service will then be extended a wider customer base.

Paul Maycock said : “The development of services such as this is part of our commitment to meet UK government targets for public bodies to provide information and services online to the public and businesses. The ultimate aim is to speed up property transactions in the UK and provide a more transparent and efficient service.”

Mike Fisher, UK Sales Director at Wily Technology, said: “We are delighted that HM Land Registry has decided to use Wily Introscope. It validates Wily’s position as the best application performance product available to businesses today. More and more key business processes and customer service functions are being trusted to these new application platforms and Wily’s approach to Application Performance Management ensures that business availability and performance targets are met.”

The announcement of Land Registry’s use of Wily Technology comes on the back of the company recently announcing that its UK operations ended 2004 with a record growth rate of 335% over 2003 and that on a global basis Wily Technology grew 69 percent year-over-year in 2004.

Key Facts about Wily Technology
o Wily is the only enterprise application management vendor to manage the entire application platform suite.

o Wily’s comprehensive approach helps solve the real problems customers face when deploying today’s composite Web applications—bridging multiple teams across the organization and delivering insight on the performance of all aspects of the application.

o Wily’s customers include 16 of the top 20 global banks, 6 of the top 10 automakers, 10 of the top 30 global telecoms.

About Land Registry
With the world’s largest property database, Land Registry underpins the economy by guaranteeing ownership of many billions of pounds worth of property. Around £1million worth of property is processed every minute in England & Wales.

As a government department established in 1862, executive agency and trading fund responsible to the Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs and Lord Chancellor, Land Registry keeps and maintains the Land Register for England Wales. There are 24 offices in England and Wales, each providing land registration services for different counties and local authorities. The Land Register has been an open document since 1990.

For more information about Land Registry, please visit its website at:

About Wily Technology, Inc.
Wily Technology is the market-leading provider of Enterprise Application Management solutions Wily's products enable companies to successfully manage their critical Web applications and infrastructure by providing real-time, end-to-end visibility into the performance and availability of these systems. Wily’s collaborative management approach allows enterprises to rapidly detect and diagnose application slowdowns and failures, and better assess the impact of application performance on business success. This means better customer service, more stable revenue streams, and higher IT productivity. Based on the strength of its innovation, partnerships, and solid customer base, Gartner, Inc. has placed Wily in the leader quadrant in the J2EE Application Server Management Magic Quadrant. To learn more about Wily and Introscope, visit or call +44 118 902 6531.

Introscope is a registered trademark and Get Wily and Management 360 are trademarks of Wily Technology, Inc. Magic Quadrant is a trademark of Gartner Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks or registered trademarks herein are property of their respective owners. Other products mentioned are the trademarks of their respective corporations.

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