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Expands its contract for Verizon Business IP Application hosting to meet demands for its SaaS management offerings.
Plateau Systems, a software provider, yesterday announced that it has renewed and expanded its contract for Verizon Business IP Application hosting and content management services.
The extended deal gives Plateau a managed hosting service to meet demands for its Software-as-a-Service talent management offerings and to provide end-user broadband for Plateau's global clients and their employees. The addition of Verizon Business IP Application Hosting services includes iContent solution - a hosted service for procuring, integrating, deploying and managing both custom and commercially available learning content and resources, claims the company.
"Bandwidth and server requirements have exploded in tandem with Plateau's market success," said Edward Cohen, Plateau's Chief Technology Officer. "The talent management industry is moving from on-premises to Software-as-a-Service delivery models such as Plateau's Talent Management and iContent offerings. This trend is also increasing bandwidth requirements. With Verizon Business, we can stay ahead of the technology curve and remain focused on our core business - helping to improve organizational performance - and deliver content and applications that are secure, reliable and highly available to enterprise managers and employees."
"Verizon Business is dedicated to meeting enterprise customer needs to deliver new IP services," said Nancy Gofus, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Verizon Business. "With Verizon Business managed hosting capabilities, companies such as Plateau can better focus on core competencies while benefiting from secure and reliable performance for applications, including new SaaS offerings."
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