Capital Tool Company has chosen The Bunker, a provider of data centres and managed services, to provide secure hosting for the web-based receivable management and finance platform, TREFI.
After careful research, Capital Tool chose The Bunker due to the fact that The Bunker delivers one of the most secure hosting solutions in the world and the transparency and flexibility of the service model it provides its clients.
Rob Grimberg, managing director at Capital Tool, said: “Security is extremely important to our high profile clients including banks, large corporations but also SMEs [small and medium-sized enterprises]. We needed transparency of the services offered, with a flexible and ultra secure solution. The Bunker is the perfect data centre partner for us. The highly professional and personal relationship that we also have with The Bunker is another key aspect that won us over.”
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