Cosentry Supports and Elevates Exits' Online Export Platform

By CIOReview | Wednesday, March 16, 2016
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FREMONT, CA: Cosentry, a provider of IT solutions in the Midwest has enhanced Exits, Inc.’s IT operations with its cloud and managed IT services. Cosentry’s services helped Exits to effectively reduce the expenditure for operating and managing its web-based export platform.

The firm opted Cosentry to support the growth of business critical applications. Exits’s web-based platform assists exporting companies to comply and deal with trade requirements and the process of producing international customs forms, thereby avoiding delays and making successful deliveries. Cosentry is also focused on helping the Exits IT team to ensure high performance of the Global Wizard software suite.

"In the beginning, it was important for us to have a partner who could help us fill any of our knowledge gaps. Over time, as our skills have increased, it's been important to have a partner with an entire team of dedicated IT specialists, that can help us proactively address business challenges," said Heather Noggle, CIO, Exits.

Cosentry guides Exits’s IT team to implement a highly strategic management of IT infrastructure which includes a private cloud, a full Microsoft stack up to the database along with data backup and security. Additionally, the company is also assisting in the proper planning of IT and businesses, server switchovers and database timing. Cosentry acts as a reliable and proactive partner, working with Exits to solve critical and minor issues with an innovative approach. Cosentry offers a set of services including Managed Hosting, Colocation, Managed Services, and Cloud. The firm operates as the client's local business partner to provide innovative solutions based on specific technical and business requirements.

"We are proud to witness the positive business effects our managed services have on helping Exits cost-effectively grow their business while maintaining a high level of service with limited IT staffing," said Brad Hokamp, CEO, Cosentry.