Managed service provider to enhance services with cloud provisioning and orchestration
Putten, The Netherlands, 9th October 2012 Cordys, The Enterprise Cloud Platform provider today announces that it will provide ICT services company, Getronics, with the ability to extend the orchestration of IT processes from its cloud architecture.
The solution, which includes Cordys Cloud Provisioning, will give Getronics the ability to offer an augmented catalogue of new products combining existing applications and cloud services. Enhanced orchestration will allow Getronics to remove organizational and technical silos in order to enable process led agile operations. This will enable Getronics to deliver an improved level of service to customers and in doing so, reduce their costs.
With a complex application and service portfolio, Getronics continues the pursuit to improve operations through automation giving greater flexibility and efficiency, reducing manual effort and associated costs. Customers will benefit from self-service provisioning through a number of channels including the Getronics customer portals.
Getronics will have the option to separate processes and data out by customer, environment, application, user and transaction. This can be offered in a single platform, making it easier for Getronics to manage its portfolio and providing commercial flexibility in metering and billing. By adding Cordys Cloud Provisioning to the Getronics Online Services technology stack, Getronics is positioning itself ahead of its competition as a next generation Cloud Service Provider.
Mark Cook, Chief Sales Officer at Getronics comments: “By investing in a number of selective technology partners, Getronics differentiates itself in an increasingly competitive marketplace. The ability to offer new products and value added services, whilst managing the complexity and cost, allows us to move beyond commodity offerings and innovate on behalf of our customers. Cordys Cloud Provisioning enhances our cloud computing capabilities and signals our commitment to providing our customers with improved services through innovation.”
Art Landro, Chief Executive Officer at Cordys, continues: “Getronics is in a unique position to meet the complex needs of its customers and gain visibility into operations, to meet KPIs, and keep costs under control. Cordys will give Getronics that control while harnessing the power of the cloud to transform its business operations. This will equip them with a platform that will scale up as the business grows and drive new business opportunities from the cloud.”
Cordys is a global cloud platform software provider that helps businesses move to the cloud quickly and with minimal risk. The Cordys platform combines Platform as a Service, enterprise application development, a complete Business Process Management Suite (BPMS) and the next generation of high productivity middleware. Global 2000 enterprises choose this analyst-recognised platform to improve their business operations, deliver better customer service and release additional value from existing IT. Service providers implement the platform to leverage cloud business opportunities, create new high value products and services in the cloud and reduce cost while driving innovation. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Cordys has offices in the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific.
The Getronics family is an ICT Services group consisting of the Getronics and Connectis brands and is owned by the AURELIUS Group, a holding company headquartered in Munich, Germany. With an extensive history that extends over 125 years, the Getronics family has approximately 4,000 employees in 13 countries across Europe, Asia Pacific & Latin America, and has a complete portfolio of integrated ICT services for the large enterprise and public sector markets. This includes Workspace, Applications, Communication, Data Centre, Cloud, Consulting, Product and Managed Services. https://getronics.com/
Getronics is the lead in the Getronics Workspace Alliance, a unique model that provides customers with a consistent IT service throughout the world, with one single point of contact and billing entity. According to independent research by Datamonitor, the alliance collectively manages 6.1M client workspace assets, positioning it within the top 3 players in the world today. www.workspacealliance.com/