IBM announced that technology services firm EACOMM Corporation has selected IBM Cloud to host custom-built information systems that it develops for Fortune 500 businesses. These new systems will include web or cloud-based software, mobile applications, embedded systems, and multimedia applications.
Operating from the Philippines, EACOMM Corporation has been providing customized solutions to businesses since 2001. The company specializes in web and mobile application development, multimedia solutions, cloud-based application hosting, and voice over Internet protocol projects.
After evaluating cloud service providers, EACOMM decided to go with IBM supposedly “because its platform offered the right mix of infrastructure options, including bare metal and virtual servers, along with the global reach and operational simplicity required to respond to growing customer demands.”
“Clients want on-demand information to respond to market needs and cloud provides them standard accessibility and connectivity regardless of location and type of businesses. It is our commitment to deliver these with speed to our customers,” said Mike Torres, managing director at EACOMM Corporation. “Our adoption of the IBM Cloud helps us drive the delivery of next generation applications that provides our clients greater visibility and flexibility of their data as they adopt a cloud strategy. With IBM as our partner we are able to deliver on our promise.”
EACOMM will utilize the IBM Cloud platform to provide flexibility and control, which can be configured to meet customers’ security, data, performance, and compliance needs based on the application.
IBM Cloud delivers public, private and hybrid cloud services. IBM Cloud is a collection of services including analytics, mobile, networking, storage, Internet of Things and cognitive computing. IBM now has more than 40 global cloud data centers.