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Visualising technological transformation: VSIS unveils Digital Customer Experience Centre


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Leading Sri Lankan ICT Solutions provider and systems integrator, VS Information Systems (VSIS) unveiled its cutting edge new Digital Customer Experience Centre designed to facilitate the technological transformation journeys of customers by providing clear and precise visualisation of how its technologies can be integrated into a given business model to provide optimal return on their digital investments.

Situated at the VSIS office premises at No. 07 Suleiman Terrace, Colombo 05, the new digital experience centre was jointly developed in collaboration with VSIS’s respected multinational partners – Citrix Systems, VMware, Cisco Systems, Hewlett Packard Enterprises (HPE), Cloudera, Micro Focus, & Tableau.

Developed by VSIS’s own engineering team with redundancy and high availability to match an enterprise environment provides customers with a straightforward means of experiencing the broad range of sophisticated IT solutions on offer from VSIS in action and chart a clear pathway to embrace integration within their own organisations. 

“The launch of the VSIS Digital Customer Experience Centre marks an important milestone for our company. It is often the case with our industry that the abstractions necessary to understand some of the complex processes at work in areas like Big Data, cloud computing and automation can overwhelm those unfamiliar with these systems.

“Hence it is vital to provide our customers with a quick and easy way to reference these technologies and their potential impact in a client organisation without having to first undergo a rigorous Proof of Concept (POC). Our new Digital Customer Experience Centre is the ideal solution to this bottleneck, providing a flexible hands-on experience that illustrates how individual processes as well as the interaction between our portfolio of products can generate remarkable business returns,” VSIS Managing Director Priyanga Gunasekera explained.

Included among the extensive range of products and services being showcased at the experience centre will be HPE SimpliVity – the world’s leading hyperconverged infrastructure, together with VMware vRealize Automation Suit and Automation Management, Cisco Meraki – cloud controlled integrated network infrastructure, Data Centre 3D design and Modelling for energy efficiencies and Access Control Systems integrated with CCTV, face and license plate recognition.

Meanwhile, the centre’s own infrastructure includes data centre components from Panduit, the world leader in specialised physical infrastructure equipment, used by more than 80% of Fortune 100 companies and Citrix Secure Digital Workspace suite.

Additionally, the centre showcase Big Data and Analytics solutions from partners of such as Cloudera, Micro Focus, & Tableau and also offer VDI Solutions and real-time Cloud Demo centres of VSIS partners Citrix, Oracle, VMware and Redhat, which in turn can facilitate advanced demos in the areas of Containers, DevOps and Software Defined Networking (SDN). Additional demos of integration and operations of IP Surveillance and IOT systems from several of the world’s leading brands can also be found at the VSIS Digital Experience Centre, providing an ideal jumping off point for CXOs and technical staff to gain an understanding of how these technologies can be applied in a variety almost any sector be it in the Banking and Telecommunication, Corporate or public sector.

 


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