Aljex Selects CyrusOne Data Centers and Zimcom to Support Robust IT Infrastructure

Aljex Sought Comprehensive IT Solution for Web-based Application

Aljex Software is a leading provider of cloud-based transportation management software (TMS) that helps its clients manage large amounts of logistics data using a fully integrated software platform, garnering recognition from Inbound Logistics as a Top 100 Logistics IT Provider.

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The Challenge

Aljex was looking for a trusted partner to develop a comprehensive IT solution of their web-based application. The partner needed to be able to deliver built-in redundancy, scalability and a highly available solution.

Aljex also needed to expand its existing footprint in other regions for greater geographic diversity in order to bolster its disaster recovery plans to include a more robust data protection and availability solution.

 

The Requirements

Aljex was seeking a solution with the following requirements:

  • High degree of resiliency with no single point of failure
  • Complete redundancy and 100% uptime
  • Geographic diversity to complementing their regional focus and disaster recovery plan
  • A scalable environment to provide room for further growth
  • Interconnectivity for disaster recovery/business continuity

 

Reliable Partners Deliver Solution

Aljex found a partner in Zimcom Internet Solutions, a channel partner of CyrusOne. Working together, they have developed a solution that has been honored with an Inbound Logistics Top 100 Logistics IT Provider award.

“Working with CyrusOne and Zimcom makes it easy for me to go to sleep at night knowing that my company’s data is safe and secure,” said Joe Hirschman, Vice President & General Manager of Aljex Software.

 

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