Using Internet of Things was a very natural choice for MCS Kollmorgen because always-on connectivity to industrial machine controllers installed in their machinery could help MCS to control equipment at any time and optimize technicians’ visits on site. Before, this data depended on human capital and could be easily lost. So, MCS began to transform their products.
Softline has completed the project of deployment of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager in Coopealianza, a Costa Rican financial company. As a result, the client can now completely control the existing software assets and all phases of software lifecycle including deployments and upgrades.
Softline delivered a single, holistic collaboration platform for employees. It ensures easy collaboration and improves productivity, and meets customer’s security requirements.
A Cement Manufacturer Migrates Communications to Office 365 and Azure Web Apps.
The IT department of Dataformas in search of access, stability, security and scalability appealed to Softline to find the best solution, and the final choice was Microsoft Azure.
Softline has successfully implemented a Microsoft System Center 2016 project in Constructora Meco, a leading Costa Rican construction company. As a result of the project, the client has improved IT infrastructure management with prompt technical support.
Hospital Alemán was using Lotus Notes as its email platform. Given its functional constraints and its required administration efforts, the organization decided to renovate its environment and move to the cloud. It assessed Gmail and its associated tools, but it finally migrated to Microsoft Office 365, backed by Exchange Online and fully integrated with Active Directory on Windows Server, which allows it to keep its user network administration in sync with its new communication productivity and collaboration infrastructure.
The first software asset management project in Vietnam at Vitranschart, the regional maritime shipping and cargo deliveries operator involved an integrated analysis of Microsoft software usage. The project team inventoried the company's software assets and analyzed the status of available licenses. The team formulated a Microsoft software procurement plan tailored to the specifics of the IT infrastructure that will maximize licensing compliance.
Rostelecom, one of the largest telecom operators in Russia, operating on all communication market segment needed to provide the uninterrupted operation of user workstations and peripherals on 63 sites at its Branch in Primorye Region. Softline provided a unified technical support service that increases the client's IT service fault tolerance and reduces the risks of hardware outage due to service unavailability.
Softline announces the completion of a SAM Baseline project dedicated to comprehensive analysis of Microsoft software usage in Etazhi company. The project result was the client’s IT infrastructure inventory and existing licensing status clarification, which simplifies the software asset management and reduces the costs on their acquisition and maintenance.