ESA will be the first customer of the new data centre in Amsterdam, the company said
Project portfolio management software firm Daptiv has opened a data centre in Amsterdam, the Netherlands to meet the customer demand for the company's SaaS-based PPM software.
Daptiv also announced the Telecom and Integrated Applications (TIA) directorate of the European Space Agency (ESA) has expanded its Daptiv PPM subscription and will be the first customer of the new data centre in Amsterdam.
ESA is an organisation with 19 Member State that shapes the development of Europe's space capability and ensures investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and worldwide.
The company is also expanding its presence in the UK and has opened an office in London's Holborn area.
The new UK based office is comprised primarily of sales, support and professional services personnel and enables Daptiv to serve its growing customer base in the region. Daptiv UK director Mark Dallimore will oversee operations for the new office.
Daptiv CEO John Baldwin said, "This new data centre is ideally located to serve our customers in the region particularly those with international security and privacy concerns."
The company said its SaaS-based software has more than 100,000 subscribers worldwide across industry verticals ranging from healthcare and education to technology and financial services.