Thanks to its partnership with Softline, CDHWS can effectively carry out all actions to comply with law No. 209-FZ "On the State Information System for Housing and Utilities", which requires companies working with the housing and communal services fund to post information about their activities to H&U GIS. Also, this allows to use the array of data and information for analysis and planning.
Despite the fact that Step is at the very beginning of the path toward using BIM, over the past two years our specialists have been increasingly using 3D modeling, including the Autodesk Revit, in design for industrial construction.
After assessing the current state of IT in the organization, Softline developed an economic model that allowed them to estimate the cost of ownership and the return on investment when introducing new technologies. As a result, the concept of using cloud services, virtualization and thin clients in the organization was developed and a portfolio of projects was formed.
ABBYY's business development strategy required the modernization of its internal IT infrastructure using Microsoft cloud services. All existing software licenses had to be taken into account when upgrading. To analyze the current state of the IT infrastructure, inventory reconciliation of the deployed software and the entire computer fleet, ABBYY turned to the leader of the high-tech market – Softline.
To increase the competitiveness of its business, Eastwind planned to actively use cloud technologies. To determine the readiness of its IT infrastructure for the implementation of such technologies, to assess the efficiency and feasibility of moving to the cloud, the company's management turned to Softline, which has many years of successful experience in implementing projects in the field of Software Asset Management (SAM).
The implementation of SAM made it possible to minimize legal, business and other risks associated with the use of illegal software in the company, as well as create conditions for more optimal use of existing intangible assets, which helps reduce the power plant's IT budget significantly.
The introduction of Microsoft Business Desktop Deployment Enterprise Edition and Zero Touch technology allowed IT service employees to significantly redistribute labor costs while minimizing the time for updating and installing software products for users.