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Crédit Agricole in Belgium chooses integrated storage and Escala server solutions from Bull

To meet its growing needs for storage and servers, Belgian banking and insurance group Crédit Agricole has turned to Bull, for both hardware and services. Bull’s flexibility and speed in presenting its solutions, based around the Escala server family, played a decisive role in Crédit Agricole’s decision. Banks are some of the biggest consumers of IT.

“Hosting the Motor Trade” – How Bull Helped ADP DSI Revolutionise its Software Delivery Model

ADP Dealer Services International (ADP DSI) is a market-leading supplier of advanced software solutions, computer services and business communications technology to the retail automotive industry. Traditionally, the company sold its own developed software solution, Autoline, directly to end user organisations. The solutions were subsequently delivered and installed on servers at individual dealer sites.

s+c moves towards virtualization with bullion

Schmidt + Clemens (S+C) – a family-owned, international corporation – has drawn on Bull’s expertise to modernize its IT environment.   From the town of Lindlar, near Cologne in Germany, Schmidt + Clemens provides high-quality stainless steel products to its worldwide customer base. The company has production facilities in Spain, Brazil, Malaysia, the Czech Republic and the UK.

Business-focused infrastructure at Ricoh

Ricoh secures its infrastructure with Bull   Information: at the heart of Ricoh’s business In the market for document management services, Ricoh is interested in how organizations gather knowledge, as well as how they can process information more efficiently and manage their business exchanges.

Mauser: Open heart surgery

Databases are at the very heart of every organization’s IT infrastructure. Which is why so many users hesitate when it comes to migrating these systems onto modern and durable hardware, even if this is often a very necessary step. When Oracle announced, at the end of March 2011, that it was ending all software developments for the Intel Itanium® microprocessor, the news triggered a public outcry in the HP-UX® community.