Hansen Technologies, a customer care and billing solution provider with clients in over 40 countries, has selected AIS as its new IT infrastructure service provider for consolidated data center operations in the United States. The announcement about this deal has been made by AIS (American Internet Services (News - Alert)), a Southwest provider of tailored data center and cloud service solutions.
Before selecting AIS, Hansen utilized an in-house data center in southern California and an external colocation provider in New Jersey.
Hansen executives has selected AIS to cut down the complex city in IT information infrastructures and make IT environment simple, easy to manage, and highly efficient. Hansen executives elected to consolidate U.S. data center operations with one strategic IT service provider partner: AIS.
Hansen's primary objective in the transition were improved operational efficiency, higher network performance, better economies of scale, and wider deployment flexibility.
"Strong data center and IT solutions are essential to our ability to innovate, deliver, and grow," stated Andrew Hansen, Managing Director of Hansen Technologies. "Hansen owns and operates data centers in Australia and the U.K. and we felt that the services offered by AIS were a good fit for our needs in North America. AIS meets the high standards that we deliver from our own facilities."
The Hansen Technologies Group develops, implements, and supports proprietary customer care and billing solutions for service providers within the energy, PAY TV, and telecommunications sectors in 40+ countries. The company products- HUB, ICC, NirvanaSoft, Peace, and the Utilisoft product set, also offers outsourcing and facilities management services.
Greg Rollet, CEO of AIS, said in a statement, “Hansen is the perfect fit for AIS. We've got the facilities, team, and experience to handle the scale and complexity of their enterprise-class requirements, as well as the insight and attitude to respond quickly with custom-crafted solutions tailored to their environment.”
Edited by Alisen Downey