July 22, 2013
BERLIN, July 22 -- Zimory, the Berlin-based experts for cloud management software, announced today the expansion of its circle of partners through Devoteam, a leading European provider of IT Transformation. Devoteam will advise Zimory's customers how to smoothly transition critical business processes to the cloud while maximizing the greatest benefit possible from their technology investment.
With its Zimory Cloud Suite, the Berlin-based software company specializes in cloud infrastructure management. Cloud computing infrastructure designed as service offerings can be deployed and managed in accordance to the needs and levels of security, as public, private, virtual private or hybrid clouds. Zimory expands its consulting expertise by partnering with Devoteam and now offers its customers comprehensive support for the implementation of cloud solutions throughout the entire process.
"Many of our potential customers associate the paradigm shift to cloud technologies as a strategic challenge, not only for IT operations, but also for the core business as a whole," says Juliane Frömmter, Partner and Alliance Manager at Zimory. "Through this new partnership, Devoteam will serve our customers during this transformation process by setting and defining the right priorities when creating flexible sourcing strategies to meet individual IT requirements."
"The Zimory Cloud Suite helps companies to better integrate their businesses with IT in order to secure a competitive advantage in dynamic, changing markets. We welcome Zimory's innovative solution to our cloud portfolio. This partnership will help us expand our range of effective cloud solutions, and it supports our strategy to provide independent support to customers on their way to the cloud," says Jürgen Hatzipantelis, Executive Vice President Central Europe at Devoteam.
Founded in 2007, Zimory provides carrier-grade cloud infrastructure management software that allows service providers, enterprises and cloud brokers to fully leverage the power and elasticity of cloud computing. Zimory's intelligent Cloud Suite simplifies, automates and expedites the creation, launch and management of all types of cloud environments -- whether public, private, virtual private or hybrid. Zimory software is also a key enabler of cloud marketplaces for enterprise services, applications and infrastructure. Headquartered in Berlin, Zimory has development centers in Erfurt, Germany and Minsk, Belarus, a subsidiary office in New York City and is expanding its expertise and presence globally.
Devoteam is an IT consulting group created in 1995, a preferred partner for accompanying the IT transformation of its clients. The combination of consulting know-how and technical expertise enables Devoteam to provide its customers with independent advice and effective solutions that meet their strategic industrial objectives. In 2012, Devoteam achieved revenues of 515M EUR and an operating margin of 3.5%. The Group consists of 4,517 employees in 23 countries across Europe, North Africa and Middle East. In Germany Devoteam operates with nearly 300 employees in Weiterstadt, Hamburg, Cologne, Stuttgart and Munich. Since October 1999 Devoteam is listed at Euronext in Paris (ISIN: FR 0000073793).
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