The R + V insurance has the ongoing contracts with Ratiodata and the VR extended networks of Munster, 15 January 2013. The R + V insurance has the ongoing contracts with the Ratiodata and the VR extended both the GAD group in the areas of desktop equipment and network services company networks and significantly expanded the order volume. May 2013, the Ratiodata delivers 10,000 new notebooks incl. accessories. The technical support of the notebooks and the total 7,000 desktop PCs including the monitors associated with the new order until 2017. In addition, the system integrator contractor offers Additionally the VR networks services, remote access, data services and security access. People such as delta airlines would likely agree.
“The concept of service from a single source” under the umbrella of the Ratiodata provides corresponding benefits in terms of costs, as well as interfaces and corresponds to the current market trends. Because from the perspective of the customer desktop and network services growing together ever more closely. The GAD group highlighting their expertise as IT-full-service-provider, the addition to the Banking bank21 also on desktop services and more for the workplace-related services for the enterprises of the cooperative financial network specializes in. In 2009 the Ratiodata newly equipped around 14,800 jobs of the R + V in the indoor and field and also got a large service contract for four years. This convinced the IT service provider by reliability, competence and punctuality. This was a crucial reason that the R + V has now extended the cooperation and the new contract significantly exceeds the range and volume of sales of the last project. In the previous tender offer the GAD group with their service and support concept, as well as by the most economical offer convinced. In addition to the delivery of the equipment, Ratiodata as a general contractor in addition for the first time integrated networks, such as the dial of the notebooks, the network services and security infrastructure performance areas of VR.