Boortmalt moves to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Malt-expert takes next step in IT-strategy with Quistor
Bergen op Zoom, 20-11-2019 – Boortmalt is the world leader malting company with 3 million tonnes production capacity. This member of the Axereal-group is present on 5 continents with 27 malting plants. Their expertise is widely acknowledged by brewers and distillers who rely on the supply of top-quality barley malt. Boortmalt expects the same level of dedication, quality and expertise from their own suppliers. That’s why they recently partnered with Oracle Platinum Partner Quistor Enterprises for migrating their business-crucial JD Edwards application to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). ‘We reviewed multiple solutions. The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, offered by Quistor, came out as our number one choice’ says Boortmalt’s CIDO Stein Vanhove.
Teaming-up with Quistor Enterprises
Selecting a specialized partner that could help Boortmalt migrate their JD Edwards development, test and production environment was an essential part of their cloud strategy. Stein Vanhove: ‘Quistor was able to coop with our high demands for cloud-infrastructure and provide us with the desired information in-time, every step along the way. We felt a deep expertise and a strong commitment from them to work with Boortmalt.’
BOORTMALT is the world’s leader malting company with 3 million tonnes of production capacity. The group is present on 5 continents with 27 malting plants. Boortmalt’s expertise is widely acknowledged by brewers and distillers who rely on the supply of top quality barley malt.
About Quistor Enterprises
Over 170 Quistorians provide their IT-consultancy services to over 200+ international JD Edwards, Oracle Infrastructure as a Service, Oracle Platform as a Service, Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, Oracle Analytics Cloud and NetSuite customers daily. With Delivery Centers in The Netherlands, Spain, Italy, and the Czech Republic, Quistor is committed to providing the best software solutions, 24×7 services and expertise to help its global customer base.
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