Lamda Hellix Implements Hybrid For Eurolife ERB
Lamda Hellix implements hybrid for Eurolife ERB
21 October 2019 | Jason McGee-Abe
Lamda Hellix has implemented a hybrid cloud solution, expanding its cooperation with Eurolife ERB, member of Fairfax Group of companies.
Eurolife ERB, within the context of its digital transformation strategy, was looking to transfer its infrastructure, systems and backups to the cloud environment, through an optimum solution that would be “efficient, resilient, cost-effective and tailored to the requirements of the company’s customers”.
“In Eurolife ERB we design, offer and promote insurance products and services that cater for all the needs of modern living. The cornerstone of our strategy and everyday activities is to offer the optimum level of support to our customers, through our technological evolution,” Ioannis Kostoglou, IT Manager at Eurolife ERB.
“Lamda Hellix is a valuable partner, always ready to provide innovative, efficient and cost-effective solutions towards the evolution of our digital transformation. This is the reason why we decided to double our infrastructure in Lamda Hellix Hybrid Cloud in order to support even more services.”
Lamda Hellix, in response to the increased needs of Eurolife ERB, implemented a hybrid cloud solution for its computing needs and a cloud backup solution, based on innovative storage devices, allowing exclusive use and uninterrupted functionality.
Alexandros Bechrakis, chief commercial & technology officer at Lamda Hellix, added: “We are very proud that Eurolife ERB, one of the leading insurance providers in the country and member of Fairfax Group of companies, has trusted us for the implementation of such an important ICT solution. The hybrid cloud solutions we offer through our data centres, guarantee uninterrupted availability and scalability, designed by the different needs of our customers. Our holistic data centre services portfolio enables companies of all sizes to grow with reduced or even zero initial investment while maintaining control over their operational costs.”
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