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When Swedish company Munters, a world leader in climate control solutions, needed a more modern architecture for its server backup, Proact had the answer. Initially Munters was trying to find appropriate products for its challenges, but after consideration and talks with Proact's experts, the company decided to go with a service instead. Learn why an "as a service" model was best suited to Munters, and discover how we helped the organisation gain more flexibility while also allowing IT staff to step away from day-to-day operations.
Options to expand service across more subsidaries
Underpinned by a "pay as you grow" cost model
Experts available 24/7 and administrative tasks reduced
In the past, Munters handled most of its IT functions in-house using internal resource. Some systems had been outsourced to external suppliers and the firm had also started using cloud services, but the organisation was still struggling to cope with business growth. Munters' main challenge was to support this growth without increasing costs because the IT department's budget had gone unchanged. That's where Proact came in.
To meet Munters’ backup needs, the original idea was to buy a solution and run it in-house, just as before. Munters’ US subsidiary was already using Commvault products, and these were considered to be the first choice. As Proact has a close partnership with Commvault, and uses this technology as part of our Managed Cloud Services, we were the perfect fit. Munters now uses Backup as a Service for its operations in Sweden and for five of its European subsidiaries, enjoying greater flexibility within the confines of the company's streamlined budget. Find out more about the benefits of Backup as a Service by reading Munters' story.
We see that the cloud has major long-term potential and Proact’s services tie in well with our philosophy.
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