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Trobexis selects MDXi to deploy apps in West Africa

Trobexis selects MDXi to deploy apps in West Africa

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Trobexis, an international logistic management solution company has chosen MDXi to deploy its solution for an international oil and gas company in Nigeria.

MDXi, a MainOne company is the largest commercial data centre in West Africa offering enterprise-grade colocation and cloud services across the region. The company launched its operations in 2015 and currently provides colocation and cloud services to a mix of leading banks and international oil companies in Nigeria.

“We chose MDXi as our infrastructure partner because of the company’s regional footprint and competitive pricing. A key differentiator is MainOne’s presence in various West African countries and the opportunity to build a long-term strategic partnership,” said Jonathon Tilsley, Director and Head Strategic Partnership Opportunities, EMEA Trobexis Pty Ltd.

Trobexis currently leverages the Azure Stack at MDXi to provide their Enterprise Workforce Logistics Management System application, TrobexisOne, to an international oil company with stringent data compliance standards, security and performance requirements.

For many businesses, remotely launching services in West Africa can be a daunting challenge. Prior to the move to MDXi, the TrobexisOne application had been deployed in public Azure cloud infrastructure.

According Tilsley, deploying TrobexisOne at MDXi was a seamless experience. “We deployed everything remotely without having any member of our technical team on ground. The rollout was timely and the plan was adhered to. Our experience deploying our TrobexisOne application at MDXi has been excellent. We have never deployed this application in a hybrid environment and the team was able to lead us down the path to help us achieve our desired outcomes. We got the application for the International Oil Company (IOC) ready before the live date,” he said.

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