Quintiq, the world leader in supply chain planning and optimization (SCP&O) platforms has selected the independent data and telecom specialist NBAS (‘Nothing But Air’ Services), Amsterdam to provide the company with a fully managed MPLS based IPVPN to connect their international offices around the world. This selection was essential in supporting Quintiq with their explosive international growth.
In the current market, where centralized applications are accessed and edited through terminals, stability and latency are key issues. “Quintiq is growing its international presence dramatically and we needed a partner to help ensure the integrity of our network,” said Wil Lamain, Vice President R&D and corporate support. “We are confident in the capabilities of NBAS and we are looking forward to working with them. This optimized and fully managed connectivity solution will support us in our business processes and in reducing overall TCO, enabling us to better service our customers”.
“As an international organization, Quintiq fits very well in the portfolio of NBAS, as we are specialized in connecting companies’ international branch offices and creating secure, reliable and stable Wide Area Networks (WAN’s)”, said Edwin Bijl, Sales Manager of NBAS. “The technical expertise of NBAS and the added value of NBAS’ managed data- and telecommunications services, allows Quintiq to focus more on their core business,” adds Edwin.
Quintiq’s revolutionary supply chain planning and optimization (SCP&O) platform enables enterprises to improve efficiency at every stage of the supply chain journey. It powers end-to-end planning and optimization of personnel, resources, and processes in a single planning environment, across all planning horizons. Many of the world’s largest and most successful enterprises rely on Quintiq to achieve their business goals, strengthen their competitive advantage, and create new revenue streams.
Established in 1997 and growing rapidly, Quintiq has a global presence with dual headquarters in the Netherlands and the USA, a global development center in Malaysia, and offices around the world. Quintiq’s software is in use at over 500 locations in 78 countries worldwide.