Leading European software engineering firm DPS opts to offer its IT platform for industry to its 7000 customers in the DACH area. Ibermática offers all-round support in the management of full industrial processes from design to production and even logistics.
ABB (Asea Brown Boveri), the multinational corporation which is a global leader in electrical engineering and industrial automation, has included Ibermática in its network of partners to market and integrate its Enterprise Software solutions in EMEA, focusing on Spain and Portugal. Although the Swiss firm already has a commercial network in the two countries, until now it did not have one in the field of business software, as a result of which the agreement with Ibermática will enable it to expand its client portfolio and have a local integrator to undertake projects of this kind.
ITP has selected Ibermática to deal with any computer equipment incident that may occur at any of its production plants around the world. The service will be based on a ‘Service Factory’ model, which will cover the needs of the aircraft company’s IT users at any time and while dynamically adapting to demand for the service.
ICT specialist Ibermática has set up a specific line of business to offer Big Data services and solutions on the market that cover the full range of projects of this type. The company offers everything from consultancy to development and implementation of Hadoop solutions, in-memory appliances and advanced analytical solutions up to the commissioning of the necessary infrastructures on-premises and in cloud mode. The objective of the company is to provide a clear, overall working plan for tackling project of this type that gets away from the confusion that still surrounds this technology and the resulting uncertainty at organisations.
Bechtel Corporation, the largest construction company and the seventh-largest private company in the United States, has again placed its trust in Ibermática to deploy all of the network communications for a mine in Peru. The Ibermática subsidiary in Latin America, Tecnet, will be in charge of installing the fibre optic terminals and headends, the voice and data network, the structured wiring and supply the of the network equipment. When Bechtel completes its construction and launches it towards the end of 2015, the mine will become the third largest producer of copper worldwide.
Ibermática has been selected as a supplier of IT infrastructure support services for Iberdrola USA. These are business-critical services, subject to different security regulations, which need to be operational 24 hours a day seven days a week. With this contract, Iberdrola’s subsidiary in the US is looking to ensure compliance with the requirements of the business, providing support to critical systems that are available, reliable, scalable and secure. In addition, it wants to incorporate services that combine operational scalability and best practices to achieve optimum performance and costs by adopting a flexible cost structure.
In April this year, Ibermática will put the eleventh branch of its international network into operation: the first in the United States. With an initial workforce of ten and support from the head office in Spain, it will cover technological needs in areas of infrastructures for critical IT services: managed services, outsourcing, deployment projects, etc. Its area of action will be New York and the neighbouring states, although in the future it could spread further afield to provide services to customers that Ibermática captures in the North American market.
Following a rigorous accreditation procedure, Ibermática has achieved UVDB (Utilities Vendor Database) certification, which ensures its ability to provide services in the highly competitive British market for the following products and services: Specialist Business Software, Hardware Services, Software Development Services, Software Support Services, Facilities Management Services – IT, Call Centre Services and IT Consultancy.
Ibermática, through its Innovation Institute, i3B, has applied the CIC (Capital Innovation Code), its methodology for diagnosing innovative potential, to the European Tourism Futures Institute (ETFI) in Holland, in this case in the tourism sector of the country, as a basis for suggesting personalised measures to evolve towards greater innovation. The aim is to promote tourism by improving the innovative potential of SMEs in the tourist sector and Dutch haute cuisine restaurants (the latter via the sectoral solution of the CIC for gastronomy, which has already been implemented in Spain in businesses such as Mugaritz, Arzak, Martín Berasategui and Akelarre, among many others).
Ibermática, through its Latin-American subsidiary Tecnet, has been awarded a contract to install the entire communications network for Peru’s largest copper mine, run by the Swiss multinational Xstrata. Around 60 of the technology company’s professionals have been involved in designing and installing the infrastructure, which will speed up the mining corporation’s production process.