krz is a system partner for IMSWARE
The municipal data center Minden-Ravensberg / Lippe (krz) with headquarters in Lemgo, East Westphalia, is now a system partner for IMSWARE, The IT service provider has many years of experience with the integration of IMSWARE in the municipal environment. The krz will be using its services CAFM software from Dinslaken now nationwide.
The krz is a regional IT service provider in Westphalia. In this context, the municipal data center has already implemented numerous CAFM projects with IMSWARE, including in the districts of Lippe and Minden-Lübbecke, as well as the cities of Löhne and Vlotho. In 2016, the long-standing partnership resulted in a framework agreement, which has now been extended to a partner contract.
"We are very pleased to have gained an experienced and nationwide recognized partner for municipal customers," says Michael Heinrichs, Managing Director of IMS. "This is krz with its extensive qualifications in client-server solutions, cloud connectivity, the integration from DMS Systems, Finance and Process Management, an excellent provider of municipal CAFM solutions with IMSWARE. "
"After the positive experiences we have gained in recent years with IMSWARE, the conclusion of a partnership agreement to expand our municipal solutions business to the federal territory was the logical next step," says Martin Kroeger, Head of Financial Services at krz.
About the municipal data center Minden-Ravensberg / Lippe (krz)
As a specialized IT service provider, this offers krz offers its municipal users a variety of solutions. It employs more than 300 people who currently support around 8,000 computer workstations in 3 districts and 37 municipalities. More than 600 other customers from the local community use the services of krz. This directly or indirectly over 11 million inhabitants in NRW are served with services from Lemgo. The solutions with IMSWARE are hosted by krz as an ASP offer with BSI certificate directly in Lemgo.
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