TIE Kinetix Introduces Real-Time Disaster Recovery for Business Critical Data

first_img Pinterest Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 25, 2021 WhatsApp Twitter Facebook TAGS  Local NewsBusinesscenter_img Facebook Previous articleWells Fargo Surpasses $10 Billion in Renewable Energy Tax-Equity InvestmentsNext articleOnRobot Releases World’s Most Powerful Electric Vacuum Gripper for Heavy-Duty Palletizing Applications Digital AIM Web Support TIE Kinetix Introduces Real-Time Disaster Recovery for Business Critical Data Pinterest TEWKSBURY, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 25, 2021– TIE Kinetix announced today that a custom-made Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) is now available to new and existing FLOW Partner Automation customers. The DRC supports real-time disaster recovery with continuous data replication in two cloud locations and ensures business continuity in under five minutes. “No business can afford extended downtime, data loss, or lack of support in a crisis situation. It’s even worse when something happens and you know that it could have been prevented,” says Juan Vicente Vidagany Espert, CTO, TIE Kinetix. “Not to mention, a traditional recovery process could last a few days. Our DRC gets you up and running in a matter of minutes, and it’s complete with 24/7 support. You can’t put a price on that level of security.” The added security comes from the assurance that all data is continuously replicated in more than one public or private cloud instance for SaaS and Managed Services customers respectively, as well as the comfort that support can be reached outside of normal business hours. This extends to multi-location support, along with the guarantee that the location in which the data is stored is in line with individual business and legal requirements. Supply chain disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have led to a revived interest in the topics of supply chain resiliency and business continuity. Electronic document exchange is repeatedly flagged as a high-priority item in these discussions and has received increased media attention as a result. The DRC is part of a larger company initiative to migrate existing customer data to two clouds: Microsoft Azure (for all customer data) and Google (for front-end application data). This is in line with the company’s strategic 2016 decision to move away from local cloud suppliers in favor of the two major cloud suppliers listed. “We recognize that many of our customers are actively seeking new ways to ensure business continuity in the case of an unexpected event,” says Jan Sundelin, CEO, TIE Kinetix. “We’re doing everything we can to address the immediacy of this need by upgrading our cloud infrastructure and providing our customers with a tailor-made solution for their concerns.” The cloud migration decision and new DRC enable TIE Kinetix to provide their customers with the best possible business continuity assurance. This level of security would not be possible without the combined infrastructure of Microsoft and Google, both of which have highly secure data centers around the world and provide the option to store data in any given region. Additionally, both suppliers offer global and regional compliance for country- and industry-specific needs. This includes, but is not limited to, the following certifications: ISO 27001, ISO 9001, GDPR, SOC 1,2, and 3, PCI DSS, WCAG, GxP, EU-US Privacy Shield, and CDSA. TIE Kinetix supports all EDI and e-invoicing standards worldwide and is dedicated to providing their customers with best-in-class service. With the advantages of the Microsoft Azure and Google Clouds in combination with the DRC, TIE Kinetix customers benefit from near-unlimited scalability, high reliability, and enhanced data protection. For SaaS customers, the DRC will be included on all premium service-level agreements (SLA) going forward. SaaS customers with a standard SLA may also request a custom DRC for an additional monthly fee. Managed Services customers are also eligible for the DRC following an individual quote. Download Brochure About TIE Kinetix At TIE Kinetix, we deliver Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions to companies, governmental institutions, and their suppliers, to help them exchange all business documents electronically and simplify supply chain processes as a result. FLOW Partner Automation, our software platform, empowers its users to engage in smart business exchanges and streamline communication through seamless integration with any existing system. Since 1987, we have supported all EDI and e-invoicing standards and communication methods worldwide. Today, our global team of experts share their knowledge with our 2,500+ customers, facilitating the exchange of over 1 billion documents through FLOW each year. TIE Kinetix is a public company (Euronext: TIE), and has offices in the Netherlands, France, Germany, Australia, and the United States. For more information, visit www.TIEKinetix.com, and follow us on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, Xing, and YouTube. END OF PRESS RELEASE View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210225005192/en/ CONTACT: TIE Kinetix N.V. Patrick van Boom T: 781-272-4252 E:[email protected] W:www.TIEKinetix.com KEYWORD: EUROPE UNITED STATES NETHERLANDS NORTH AMERICA MASSACHUSETTS INDUSTRY KEYWORD: SOFTWARE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY SECURITY RETAIL OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING TRANSPORT MANUFACTURING LOGISTICS/SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SOURCE: TIE Kinetix Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/25/2021 08:00 AM/DISC: 02/25/2021 08:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210225005192/en WhatsApplast_img read more

ODC lands $6-7B Nacero

first_img Creamy Fruit SaladFruit Salad to Die ForTexas Fried ChickenPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay GOOD NEWS: Names in the News Facebook WhatsApp MATTER OF RECORD: May 30, 2021 Home Local News ODC lands $6-7B Nacero Previous articleGOOD NEWS: Bustin’ for Badges WinnerNext articleFree screenings at TTUHSC Federico Martinez RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Pinterest Facebookcenter_img The Odessa City Council recently voted to have the Odessa Development Corporation negotiate an agreement with Nacero, Inc. which plans to build $6.5-$7 billion natural gas processing and production facility in Penwell. The company plans to use a more environmentally-friendly process to convert natural gas to methanol, and methanol to gasoline, Nacero officials explained to city council earlier this month during a work session. The plant will employ 350 full time operators and maintenance personnel in three shifts with a forecast annual salary of approximately $85,000 per person. (Jacob Ford | Odessa American) Twitter Local News ODC lands $6-7B Nacero Councilman calls it biggest deal since El Paso Products Pinterest Construction of a proposed $6.5-$7 billion natural gas processing and production facility could begin by the end of the year, a project that will create at least 3,500 construction jobs and then 350 permanent jobs in Ector County, a Houston-based gas manufacturing company announced Wednesday.The Odessa Development Corporation negotiated the agreement with Nacero, Inc., which plans to build the plant in Penwell.“This is the biggest deal in Odessa since El Paso Products was built on the south side in 1956.” Odessa City Councilman Steve Thompson said. “This is a great opportunity for the community.”Pump jacks operate in an oilfield Wednesday in Penwell. The Odessa City Council recently voted to have the Odessa Development Corporation negotiate an agreement with Nacero, Inc. which plans to build $6.5-$7 billion natural gas processing and production facility in Penwell. The company plans to use a more environmentally-friendly process to convert natural gas to methanol, and methanol to gasoline, Nacero officials explained to city council earlier this month during a work session. The plant will employ 350 full time operators and maintenance personnel in three shifts with a forecast annual salary of approximately $85,000 per person. (Jacob Ford | Odessa American)The company plans to use a more environmentally-friendly process to convert natural gas to methanol, and methanol to gasoline, Nacero officials explained to city council earlier this month during a work session.This is a unique large-scale energy project that produces zero-sulfur gasoline from natural gas using an environmentally superior process with a smaller carbon footprint compared to traditional gasoline production processes, they said during the presentation.“Ector County is the ideal location for us,” Nacero President and CEO Jay McKenna said in a news release Wednesday. “From a geographic and logistics standpoint you can’t beat it.“We will be in a major new market and beneficial home for the natural gas that is currently flared in the Permian Basin. Our zero-sulfur gasoline will reduce ground level ozone in cities across Texas and the Southwest, which is causing illness and limiting economic growth.”Nacero’s new manufacturing plant will be built in two phases, the news release detailed. Phase one will produce 70,000 barrels per day of gasoline component, which will be ready for blending.Phase two will increase that capacity to 100,000 barrels per day.Construction of the Penwell facility will employ a peak of 3,500 skilled workers during the four years of phase one construction.When fully operational, the plant will employ 350 fulltime operators and maintenance personnel in three shifts with a forecast annual salary of about $85,000 per person.Nacero has also pledged that its contractors will try to utilize local businesses during construction and operations.During construction, Nacero officials estimate that $263 million of combined equipment and services will be locally sourceable.The ODC recently offered a $20 million grant incentive to entice Nacero to come to Ector County, Wesley Burnett, director of economic development for the Odessa Chamber of Commerce, said.Those funds will be paid out over 10 years if the company maintains compliance with all terms and conditions included in the negotiated contract.“We have been working on this since COVID started in March 2020,” Burnett said. “There has been a lot of work by staff and volunteers who helped make this happen.“Grow Odessa and the Odessa Chamber of Commerce were also very instrumental in this effort.”As an additional incentive Ector County, the Hospital District, Odessa College and Ector County Independent School District have agreed to limit property values, which will provide Nacero a tax break, Burnett said.State Rep. Brooks Landgraf said he is thrilled to welcome Nacero to West Texas.“This world-class, innovative company will use 100% American resources to make 100% American affordable gasoline for everyday American drivers. Nacero will diversify our economy and remind the world of Ector County’s leadership in the oil and gas industry.”Nacero’s Chief Operating Officer Hal Bouknight said the company was impressed by the support shown by the ODC, Odessa’s business leaders, taxing entities and local residents.“I’d always heard that Odessa’s citizens have a “can-do spirit,” but I was really impressed by just how hard people were willing to work to help bring us to the area,” Bouknight said.Nacero’s news release detailed that all of the plant’s electricity will come from renewable sources, much of which will be produced on-site from solar panels co-located with the manufacturing facilities on Nacero’s 2,600-acre site, which will sit on the Penwell land originally slated for the failed FutureGen and then Summit endeavors.The plant will be the first in the U.S. to make gasoline from natural gas and the first in the world to do so with carbon capture and sequestration. Sequestered CO2 will be transported via an existing on-site pipeline.Odessa Development Corporation Chairman Tim Edgmon, in a news release, “This project proves once again that West Texas in general, and Odessa in particular, leads the nation in energy innovation and production.”Burnett described Nacero as a perfect fit for Ector County. “The regional economic impact of this single facility will be in the tens of billions of dollars. I thank my staff and all those who worked with them for their hard work in bringing this incredible opportunity here.” By Federico Martinez – April 22, 2021 Twitter GOOD NEWS: Retirement last_img read more