Stuttgart, Germany – October 1, 2021 – Syniti, a global leader in enterprise data management, announced today a cooperation agreement with T-Systems, one of the world’s leading IT services provider and suppliers of digital services, to offer a unified and comprehensive data migration and managed application solution for organizations in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (DACH). The agreement will establish a collaborative process whereby Syniti and T-Systems will leverage their flagship offerings, the Syniti Knowledge Platform™ and Managed Application Retirement Services (M.A.R.S), respectively, to accelerate digital transformation initiatives with end-to-end data migration, quality, management and archiving.
For data migration, quality and management, Syniti offers the Syniti Knowledge Platform™ and its Advanced Data Migration (ADM) solution to provide organizations with a 303% return on investment and an average eight-month payback period, among other significant business outcomes. It has supported many of the world’s most complex digital transformations among global leaders in the automotive, pharmaceutical and retail sectors, including nine of the top ten global pharmaceutical and life sciences companies, four of the top six retail organizations, and four of the top six industrial manufacturers.
“We’re pleased to partner with T-Systems as part of our growth strategy in DACH,” said Jules Beck, President at Syniti. “T-Systems is a leader in the technology sector, and this partnership will enable more organizations to access proven best-in-class data management solutions while reinforcing the value of that our clients and partners see in Syniti’s software and people.”
As one of the largest German and European IT services companies and a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, with Managed Application Retirement Services (M.A.R.S.), companies will save time and money by migrating and historizing data records- while retaining access to all relevant data. In addition, it reduces the data stock by up to 85 percent, as superfluous and redundant data records are deleted.
"This cooperation is another example of our client-centric approach relative to our managed services portfolio," explained Gerald Hoff, Director of Strategic Partnerships at T-Systems. "While working closely together with Syniti, we’ll open up enormous savings potential for our customers on their way to digital transformation."
Syniti solves the world's most complex data challenges by uniquely combining intelligent AI-driven software and vast data expertise to yield certain and superior business outcomes. For over 25 years, Syniti has partnered with the Fortune 2000 to unlock valuable insights that propel growth, reduce risk and increase their competitive edge. Its full end-to-end platform of capabilities span data conversion and data quality, data archival and replication, master data management, analytics, information governance, and data strategy. Syniti is a portfolio company of private equity firm Bridge Growth Partners LLC. Read more at www.syniti.com.
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With around 28,000 employees worldwide and a turnover of 4.2 billion euros (2020), T-Systems is a leading provider of digital services. With its headquarters in Europe and additional local presence in selected core markets and strategic production locations, T-Systems provides a global production and supply chain for its customers.
T-Systems is the market leader for IT services in Germany and has the second largest market share in the DACH region. The strategy is to protect the leading position in DACH and to concentrate on selected core markets – in Europe and worldwide.
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Managed Application Retirement Services (M.A.R.S.) is an end-to-end service for the historization of data from complex system landscapes. Legacy data are extracted from the application and the application logic is migrated to the new platform, ensuring quick and easy access to the data from anywhere.