Dell, Atos To Deliver Cloud Services For Wolters Kluwer

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Dell Services and Atos announced an offering of IT outsourcing services that will provide a standardized cloud-based IT infrastructure and global support solution for Wolters Kluwer customers in the legal, tax, finance and healthcare industries.

The acceleration and adoption of workflow solutions, mobile applications and increased expectation of content available at the point of need requires access to cloud-based, high-availability solutions.

Today, up to 70 per cent of Wolters Kluwer’s portfolio is online, software and services, so the ability to provide a responsive, secure and high performance infrastructure is a critical customer service requirement. Dell Services and Atos will provide a catalog of standardized, tiered service offerings that enables Wolters Kluwer to support the varying processing demands and volume fluctuations across its diverse, global customer segments. T

Dell Services and Atos will deliver a variety of IT infrastructure services to Wolters Kluwer’s North American and European operations, including application hosting, service desk, storage,networking, and managed Security.

Atos is an international information technology services company with annual revenues of EUR 8.7 billion and 74,000 employees in 42 countries.


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