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Blog December 10, 2015

Customer Spotlight: Lendmark Financial Services

With so many IT challenges today, many companies are choosing to partner with a knowledgeable hosting provider so that they can focus on their own business needs.

Lendmark Financial Services, a consumer finance company specializing in providing a variety of loans and financial services, was faced with a challenge of acquiring their own IT infrastructure separate from their parent company. Lendmark was in need of a VMware hosting solution with high visibility that could expand with its growing business needs.

Rather than continuing with in-house support, Lendmark chose to outsource to a private cloud infrastructure through Connectria. Their private cloud uses VMware High Availability with Citrix XenApp, Windows, and Tegile storage solutions. Lendmark chose Connectria for several reasons, including our proven knowledge and expertise, competitive prices, flexibility in crafting a solution that met their needs, and our No Jerks Allowed® philosophy.  “In addition to having the technical expertise to architect, implement and support a solution that meets our needs, Connectria does so in a way that instills confidence that you’ve made the right decision,” noted Zaheer Kahn, VP Systems Architecture.

Are you in need of a hosting solution or have a challenge similar to Lendmark’s? Learn more about our wide range of solutions & technologies. Stay tuned for the full case study. In the meantime, watch the video here.

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