Although digital solutions are become increasingly widespread in more and more business areas, many decision-makers in medium-sized companies are still flying blind when it comes to controlling their company, production or important projects. The reasons: They work with confusing Excel lists or rely on their tax advisor’s management analysis. They receive this every four weeks with data from the previous month. Are such figures updated daily and do they offer detailed insight into project margins and team performance? Definitely not.
If our customers need to adhere to certain compliance guidelines, we set up a virtual private cloud for them and thus an isolated data room in the Open Telekom Cloud.
As a classic software provider and IT service provider, FORSIT boasts many successfully completed projects and has extensive cloud expertise. “More than 90 percent of our projects and software developments are already cloud-based,” says Matthias Piksa, Managing Director of the FORSIT Group. There is very little demand for on-premises installations nowadays; customers are deliberately opting for the cloud instead. It was therefore soon clear that the new Canri analysis software should be developed and marketed as a SaaS solution.
In the search for a high-performance productive environment for the software, the long-standing partner T-Systems brought the Open Telekom Cloud into play. Furthermore, the fact that the cloud solution complies with the highest security standards and that all data, such as key financial figures, remain in Germany was extremely well received by the first users. These are convincing arguments for SMEs who do not want their data to be in the hands of US cloud providers, where it could also migrate to non-EU countries. “As the brand behind the Open Telekom Cloud, T-Systems also generated a positive, confidence-inspiring effect among our customers,” says Piksa. It is hardly surprising that plans are already underway to offer Canri together with T-Systems as a partner solution in the Open Telekom Cloud in future.
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