PARTNERSHIPS: Net Logistics and Parallels, Mainpac and Poags

PARTNERSHIPS: Net Logistics and Parallels, Mainpac and Poags

Net Logistics deploying Parallels Plesk Panel Suite, Poags to use Mainpac 2011

Net Logistics partners with Parallels

Web hosting service provider, Net Logistics is deploying Parallels’ Plesk Panel Suite as part of a new partnership with the Cloud computing and desktop virtualisation vendor.

“We chose Parallels for its depth of experience in delivering solutions finely tuned to the needs of a hosting business model,” Net Logistics managing director, Karthick Rajendran, said.

The panel solution will assist Net Logistics in web hosting account and server management. It includes control panel technologies designed for hosting accounts as well as for reseller services, virtual private servers (VPS) capabilities, and dedicated and cloud platforms.

“Plesk Panel provides a powerful solution to ease hosting account administration across the full range of shared, reseller, VPS and dedicated solutions,” Rajendran said.

Net Logistics will also be deploying Parallels Virtuozzo Containers, which offer greater support efficiency and implementation of extremely-high-resolution backup solutions in mission-critical environments.

Mainpac 2011 deployed by POAGS

Australian port and bulk logistics company, Poags, will be deploying Mainpac 2011 to enable its business solutions to achieve maximum financial and operational returns.

Mainpac 2011 is an enterprise asset management (EAM) solution that provides integrated financial information, and adapts to individual business processes with flexible configuration tools.

“Mainpac 2011 was selected because we needed a user friendly system that could cater for the diverse range of equipment across our various sites,” Poags general manager of IT, Ray Connell, said.

The partnership with the software vendor will allow Poags to replace its existing maintenance system of records and schedules in order to standardise maintenance processes and procedures.

“Our aim is to provide high asset availability, maintain high safety standards, and effectively control our maintenance costs,” Poags national engineering manager, Mo Dowidar, said.

“Mainpac’s optional Asset Intelligence module was an important consideration in choosing Mainpac, as we plan for continuous improvement in managing our assets,” Connell added.

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