Compare CenturyLink Symphony vs. Flexiant Extility

CenturyLink Symphony is ranked 23rd in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS) while Flexiant Extility is ranked 32nd in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS). CenturyLink Symphony is rated 0, while Flexiant Extility is rated 0. On the other hand, CenturyLink Symphony is most compared with Amazon AWS, whereas Flexiant Extility is most compared with .
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Overview
Symphony is an event management toolkit that event planners, conference organisers and corporate marketing teams use to manage and promote their events. The software can be used to create online registration forms, take payment, produce powerful reports and send confirmation and invitation emails to delegates. Symphony runs in the cloud, which means no installation or setup fees.

Extility is Flexiant’s software that powers the FlexiScale cloud platform. Extility provides a complete end-to-end solution, enabling you to start with a few of your own physical servers, a switch and some storage, add our software on top, and you have a complete working end-to-end cloud platform, including server/storage/network management, customer management, billing/chargeback, customer self-service, reporting etc. In addition, Extility is designed in a very modular fashion, which allows it to integrate easily with any of your existing CRM/Billing/Management systems.

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