Retarus Press Release
T-Systems adds Retarus Fax and SMS Services to its Dynamic Services for Collaboration
With Retarus, T-Systems customers can now consolidate their IT infrastructure
“Our cloud-based fax and SMS services are available worldwide, providing a holistic solution to replace proprietary systems that are both costly and require regular maintenance. Our proven expertise in electronic business communications goes back over 20 years, allowing us to offer a wide range of innovative services that help reduce the complexity of IT infrastructures in the long term”, explained Retarus CEO Martin Hager. “Global market leaders from a wide range of different industries such as Adidas, Bayer, DHL, Honda, Puma, Sony and Thomas Cook use our services to streamline and optimize their business communications. Connecting the Dynamic Services for Collaboration to our global messaging infrastructure enables T-Systems customers to also benefit from Retarus’ highly efficient cloud-based messaging services”, Martin Hager added. As a Unified Communications & Collaborations (UCC) platform, Dynamic Services for Collaboration (DSC) target the messaging needs of companies with 5,000+ employees.
Retarus fax and SMS services provide DSC customers with added value
By entering into partnerships with niche technology market leaders such as Retarus, T-Systems is able to provide solutions that extend beyond DSC’s native features, i.e. Exchange, SharePoint and Lync. Retarus fax and SMS services provide customers with practically unlimited delivery capacities, user and use-based billing, and centralized administration via the EAS customer portal.
Retarus offers Enterprise Cloud solutions for Messaging, Email Security, and Business Integration. At the highest service level, with top performance, security, compliance with data protection regulations, and global availability. Retarus' services are successfully used for cloudification and securing messaging and email infrastructures, as well as for the intelligent automation of business processes and workflows. Retarus, headquartered in Munich, was founded by Martin Hager in 1992 and has been owner managed ever since. The company employs around 500 people in 20 offices on four continents. Over 40 percent of the companies listed in the S&P Global 100 rely on Retarus. More information: www.retarus.com