Today we’re happy to announce another new partner, Adfinis SyGroup, that will be delivering our on-premise secure storage and collaboration solution to the Swiss market. As part of the partnership, Adfinis SyGroup provides comprehensive integration and support services for Nextcloud as part of its diverse portfolio of services for open source technologies and solutions.
About Adfinis SyGroup
Since 2000, Adfinis SyGroup AG has been consistently active in the open source area. At their three office locations in Bern, Basel and Zurich, Adfinis SyGroup employs around 50 people today and has successfully established itself as a leading provider of open source technologies across Swiss borders.
Adfinis SyGroup supports clients from the private and public sectors in the planning, testing and implementation of tailor-made software projects. The core competences of Adfinis SyGroup AG are open source engineering & devops, 24/7 services & support, managed services and open source development.
The partnership with Adfinis SyGroup gives our customers access to exclusive services and the broad know-how of the experienced open source experts from Switzerland
says Frank Karlitschek, Managing Director and founder of Nextcloud.
In the future, we are looking forward to implementing complex projects together with Adfinis SyGroup, to open up new paths to collaborative work with the highest quality and safety standards
Nextcloud complements Adfinis SyGroup’s open source portfolio strategically and for Nextcloud customers, Adfinis SyGroup ensures uncomplicated migration of existing data into the cloud, seamlessly integrating Nextcloud into existing IT infrastructure enabling Nextcloud to be used a business environment in the most effective and care-free way.
Nextcloud is unique among vendors for storage solutions in terms of security, collaboration and user-friendliness
said Nicolas Chistener, CEO of Adfinis SyGroup.
Nextcloud is making tremendous advances and we are proud to be able to count another innovation leader from the open source world to our partners
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