One of the 1st Islamic banks in Malaysia with more than 10,000 employees nationwide, was requesting a renewal of their Microsoft licensing on The Server and Cloud Enrollment (SCE) under Enterprise Agreement licensing. SCE offers customer to standardize broadly on one or more of the four Microsoft server and cloud technologies. Softline stood out among other 5 Microsoft licensing solution providers (LSP) and successfully won this project.
The customer is an investment holding company with principal activities include motor vehicle assembly and distribution, auto parts manufacturing, property, education, trading and motor-related financial services – both locally, Malaysia, and abroad in 5 other SEA countries.
A fastest-growing retail company in Thailand embraces technology solutions for its business operations and expansion. With its mission of becoming the largest retail network in ASEAN and servicing more than 100,000 stores, this customer required reliable tech-enabled business solutions.
Onninen is an industrial equipment supplier working with production and construction companies. It employs more than 3.000 people in 8 countries. Onninen found itself needing its IT systems restructured as a result of organizational changes to its Russian business division. It was important to enable continuous operation of their services and business processes. The management ordered migration of a part of corporate IT resources to the cloud.
To process the requests of customers via the hotline in the Eastern Europe region, Baltika Breweries, a part of Carlsberg Group, used the ServiceNow IT service management automation system. Softline was the company responsible for the implementation and technical support of this system.
ManpowerGroup Russia & CIS provides workforce management solutions and services. The IT Department of the company needed to make an infrastructure audit, reveal the potential data security risks, and assess the correctness of IT asset management.
The Russian branch of Bonduelle has a geographically-distributed infrastructure with plants in Krasnodar region and office in Moscow. Before the project, each business unit independently bought necessary Microsoft licenses following the Open License model. The SAM project became a necessity because the company wanted to assess the existing software contracts and choose a more flexible licensing model.
Our customer MCS Kollmorgen leveraged always-on connectivity of industrial machine controllers installed in their machinery to control equipment at any time and optimize technicians’ visits on site. Procewssing and stroring data at Microsoft Azure the client manages to have a full history of the industrial machinery that they operate throughout Brazil.
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.