The Swiss IT service provider Netsafe AG and the Leipzig-based DeskCenter Solutions AG, solution provider for IT management, are joining forces.
St. Gallen/Leipzig, 11.06.2019 – A stable partner network is the basis of successful companies. This is why Swiss Netsafe AG and the international DeskCenter Solutions AG, headquartered in Leipzig, are pleased to announce their new partnership. In collaboration with DeskCenter Solutions, Netsafe AG will expand its portfolio with cloud services for both IT management and IT service management.
Netsafe AG, based in St. Gallen, Switzerland, specializes in IT consulting and IT services from the cloud. They combine this know-how with the German DeskCenter Solutions AG. This allows Netsafe AG customers to manage their entire IT infrastructure easily and efficiently. DeskCenter Solutions AG’s portfolio of solutions covers the entire lifecycle management process and offers a comprehensive, modular solution for inventory, software distribution, asset management, OS deployment, license management, service desk, patch management and mobile device management. Through its partnership with DeskCenter, Netsafe AG transmits components from these areas to cloud services that become quickly and easily available to customers.
Mathias Ebneter, CEO of Netsafe AG, is confident in the success of the partnership:
“As an IT service provider, Netsafe AG is now able to provide services such as asset management, workplace management or license management from its own data center across locations. In recent weeks, we have already been able to implement successful customer projects. We look forward to a long-standing cooperation and partnership as well as many satisfied customers.”
Christoph A. Harvey, Chief Executive Officer at DeskCenter Solutions AG: “We are delighted to have gained a strong Swiss partner in managed services with Netsafe AG. Their range of services, combined with the capabilities of the DeskCenter Management Suite, will take the IT management of our mutual customers to a new level.”