For more than 30 years, Ebro Armaturen has developed, produced and distributed industrial valves, actuators and automation technology. The company is one of the world’s leading manufacturers in this industry, with a wide international network of production plants and representatives.
Ebro Armaturen relies on innovative solutions in the development of its own products as well as in the operation of its IT systems.
In the last seven years of successful cooperation, Comarch proved its ability to deliver high quality IT services. The implemented solutions have already been growing with the fast, global development of Ebro Armaturen. We are sure that partnership with Comarch is future-oriented and adjusted to our needs. We highly recommend Comarch solutions to any large enterprise that is looking for a reliable IT partner.“
Mr Athanasios Margaritis
CIO Bröer Group
Comarch has been supporting Ebro Armaturen for seven years by providing a range of services: hosting and managed services for ERP Enterprise software (Comarch created an environment for 250 ERP business users, hosted in Comarch Data Center for more than five years), hosting and managed services for infrastructure services in Comarch Data Center (archiving solution, quality management system, sales force access to the ERP database, accounting and file services). Because of positive and successful cooperation, Ebro Armaturen decided to renew and extend the contract and migrate to the new Comarch Data Center in Dresden.
Only three months after the kick-off meeting, in April 2017, the go-live fornew Infrastructure in Dresden Data Center was established. All managed services from the previous Data Center were transferred to the Data Center in Dresden, and, month by month, more services were introduced: ERP System, SharePoint, Exchange and Exchange Archive solution. a multi-layered IT infrastructure was designed to ensure the annual availability of more than 99.8% and was extended up to almost 600 business users.
Modern data processing and storage facilities used as an alternative for companies to expanding their IT infrastructure resources.