For Enterprises

We have a thorough vision of the needs of large holdings, corporations and groups of companies. The point is not only that the project might be carried out simultaneously in 25 premises in six time zones, not only that thousands might be using the IT systems and they will need unified and administered working places, learning and support. The main point is that in any large company IT powers all business processes, both main and secondary, from warehousing and marketing to claims management and accounting.

This is the very case when 99.9999% fault-tolerance rate is not just a good-looking figure and even the fourth nine after the dot is mission critical.

For Small and Medium Businesses

Every small or medium company is somehow unique, but all such organizations share common IT needs. Each business needs to store data, keep accounting books and communicate with the outside world - and it is required only for survival, as a matter of fact every company would strive for more. For example, setting up a file server is good, but building protected and extendable file storage available for everyone is many times better. E-mail, instant messaging and phone can be replaced with unified communications, random scattered software and miscellaneous systems can be turned into consolidated remotely controlled infrastructure. Moreover, it is necessary to stay within budgets and avoid saving at the expense of functionality.

We believe that these requirements are both consistent and realistic. Nowadays enterprise level IT systems are affordable for small and medium businesses.

For Public Sector Organizations

The level of information technology usage by public sector organizations directly influences the competitive advantages of a country as a whole. That's why we consider that working with the state is a great honor and an enormous responsibility. We are sure that the state will manage to break the common stereotype about government agencies known to be inert, to establish simple and convenient interaction between citizens and businesses on one side and authorities on the other side. Furthermore, we know well the peculiarities of IT budget allocation and
implementation, as well as acquisition regulations that are obligatory for governmental structures.

And, finally, we possess deep knowledge of software licensing mechanisms, which enables us to get maximum discounts and to make good use of special conditions offered by vendors for government organizations.