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We help these customers to solve application performance problems
Videns ensures application performance for a wide variety of customers. Our clients are present in the following sectors: Technical services, trade, transport, engineering and manufacturing. Contact us if you would like to receive case studies in any of the areas of construction, government, finance, manufacturing, retail, services or utilities.
Bridon-Bekaert Ropes Group
In June 2016 Bekaert and Bridon have successfully closed the merger of their ropes and advanced cords businesses under the name Bridon-Bekaert Ropes Group. In order to improve efficiency, speed and collaboration after the merger, BBRG wanted to move from IT islands to a single global IT infrastructure with standardized and shared IT resources.
“Videns IT Services is a capable and knowledgeable partner for BBRG.”
Bilfinger Industrial Services
Bilfinger Industrial Services contributes to the safety and availability of industrial assets for clients in Belgium and the Netherlands. Bilfinger must be able to have people working on every location in the Benelux – including all necessary IT – within two days from receiving an order from their clients.
“Videns IT services and VeloCloud helped us to achieve all we wanted to, and more.”
Stolt-Nielsen Limited is a leading global provider of integrated transportation, storage, and distribution solutions for chemicals and other bulk-liquid products, delivered through its three largest operating units: Stolt Tankers, Stolthaven Terminals and Stolt Tank Containers. Stolt-Nielsen employs over 2,200 WAN users in over 40 branch offices spread out over more than 30 countries.
“With VeloCloud, our users immediately saw benefits in terms of better performance and user experience. Happy users is a very important metric for us.”
Vanheede Environment Group
Vanheede Environment Group is a family company that has been active in waste transportation, disposal, and recycling for over 50 years. Vanheede Environment Group has around seven hundred employees at twelve sites across Belgium and France.
“The world of waste disposal is slowly but surely becoming a technology-driven world. With all of the processes within Vanheede having been digitised, the need for a stable basis – our network – has grown tremendously.”
Ewals Cargo Care
For more than 100 years, Ewals Cargo Care has been providing the answer to logistics requirements. With 2.000 employees in 16 countries, 3.000 trailers and 500 trucks they arrange over 5.000 transports daily within Europe and further afield.
“In such a competitive environment as today’s logistics sector, it is crucial for any company to differentiate itself on service and quality. The Managed Ipanema Service by Videns IT Services makes sure we can keep the uptime of our network infrastructure at 100%. To us, that is another way of delivering quality to our customers.”
Worldwide manufacturer and supplier of plastic (styrene) components and applications for several sectors among which are the automotive industry, construction, healthcare, and the toy, sports, and packing industries.
“Managed Ipanema Service from Videns IT Services helps us prioritize our network traffic and consequently enables the company-wide deployment of Skype for Business over the existing infrastructure."
Huisman Equipment designs and builds advanced equipment for the onshore and offshore industries. Huisman guarantees application performance on hybrid network with Managed Ipanema Service from Videns.
“Capacity and flexibility; that’s what we demand from our network connections. Videns IT Services helps to facilitate and guarantee this with Ipanema.”
Marel is a provider of equipment, systems and services to the fish, meat and poultry industries.
“Without the Ipanema technology it would have been impossible to manage our new IT transformations. Especially for Microsoft Lync as people expect an excellent quality for their voice calls and desktop video meetings. If users are disappointed with the quality, they will stop using the new system and will go back to their old ways. This could become very costly and a big letdown for Microsoft Lync’s adoption.”