TET Partners with Centreon
April 14, 2021
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TET and Centreon are joining forces to help digital businesses build the scalable IT strategies that will drive success in the uncertain post-Covid reality.

The partners see ITOps monitoring as an integral and strategic element of future-ready IT solutions. A vision shared by a majority of organisations that say IT monitoring is a top or high priority to their business’s IT strategy.

Founded in 1985, TET’s focus is on listening to clients’ needs and recommending the best IT strategies to help them create value and face change—most recently in the context of a pandemic that accelerated enterprise innovation.

“Businesses are aware that COVID-19 recovery will also be driven by employee and customer expectations,” explains Paul Knight, Account Director, TET. “But they still don’t know where they’ll land in this new phase of the digital journey.”

A recent survey reveals workers want to decide whether they’ll be working from home or the office, and they’re evenly split on the matter, while consumers are split between new and traditional shopping habits.

Marc-Antoine Hostier, Chief Revenue Officer at Centreon says “the lesson businesses have learned from the pandemic is to be ready to deploy anything, anywhere, fast. This entails relying on hybrid cloud, and generally speaking, growing a more diverse, spread-out IT estate. In that context, ITOps monitoring becomes a strategic part of TET’s services and projects.”

The VAR recommends an IT monitoring platform at the outset of any innovation project. “This explains our decision to partner with Centreon—they can monitor anything,” says Paul. “We’ve started using Centreon for large public sector and enterprise clients and one of the key advantages of such a scalable, business aware monitoring platform is that it gives us and our clients more control from initial project design to continuous feedback on the performance of the solutions that are implemented.”

“Through an interconnected, cloud-to-edge approach, Centreon can easily support the transformative journey of businesses,” says Juan Lyall, Centreon’s Country Manager in the UK and Ireland. This year, the average percentage of IT infrastructure in the public cloud is expected to rise.

“One thing is certain—businesses, no matter their size are looking to keep their options open as they build their post-COVID strategy, and we’ll be there to support them.” concludes Paul.

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