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Aleyant Adds Servers in Amsterdam to Host its European Customers

Friday, November 13, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Enables Faster Response Times and Continued Customer Growth in Europe

Wheaton IL - Aleyant, an innovative leader in providing robust software services to the graphic communications industry at value-driven prices, today announced it is establishing new servers in Amsterdam. The facility is a top-tier, state-of-the art data center with highly automated security and environmental monitoring. It is designed to provide efficient access to a wide range of network providers and fiber throughout Europe. These servers are in addition to Aleyant’s existing servers based in Singapore and Chicago.

“As our customer base continues to grow in Europe and following establishment of our office in Spain,” said Greg Salzman, Aleyant’s President, “it is important to have  European servers to ensure that we are fully compliant with all European laws and regulations. This is especially important now due to the recent European Court of Justice ruling that lifted the 15-year-old European Safe Harbor data pact used by thousands of firms to transfer Europeans’ personal data to the U.S.” 

Aleyant provides web-to-print and workflow automation solutions for printing, packaging and other industries in an increasingly global customer base. “When providing these types of services,” Salzman adds, “it is critical to consider all aspects of the service to ensure rapid response, regulatory compliance, and to provide a safe and environmentally friendly environment for customer data. The Amsterdam facility provides all of that for our European customers.”

 

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