Global sites are connected with up-to-date security network
Mail processing offerings provider Neopost has signed a four year agreement with Deutsche Telekom’s corporate customer branch T-Systems to deploy its global IP based high speed network (MPLS).
The new T-Systems’ network will connect Neopost’s 30 major sites inside and outside of France including UK, USA, Canada, Japan, Italy, Germany, Netherlands.
The new network will replace existing heterogeneous, partly incompatible net infrastructures.
A highly secure virtual private network will offer the required intrusion protection against unauthorised access and will shield off the Neopost’s business from possible disruptions.
Neopost Chief Information Officer Philippe Doublet said T-Systems has best understood Neopost’s needs and specificities. T-Systems offered Neopost a personalised, strong and simple offering, adapted to Neopost’s infrastructures size.
"By bringing together a central expertise in France and a global one for deployement and run, they gave us the confidence to have found the right partner for the job," said Doublet.
T Systems France managing director Nikolaï Beckers said the company is delighted to work with NEOPOST in order to extend T Systems’s global network and support Neopost’s growth.
"All the more, since T-Systems has a strong experience in the mail processing sector with customers such as Deutsche Post, DHL and Posta Italiana," said Beckers.