Unified communications systems and information sharing are two essential tools for upgrading organisations. For this reason, the information management sector has experienced continuous growth. To help its customers improve performance, SPIE provides companies with information and communications systems that are efficient, flexible and tailored to the service and security challenges of their business sectors.
Support for information management
In the fields of communications and information systems, SPIE offers proven expertise in unified communications, IT security and cloud services. As data has grown exponentially, data centers have become a central feature of information and communications systems. SPIE continues to serve a broad portfolio of customers in Europe, offering services ranging from technical, financial and energy studies to the operational maintenance of data centres.
Consulting, integration and operation
SPIE’s offer includes consulting in IT governance systems, development support, systems management and optimisation.
SPIE also handles a wide range of services for integrating solutions: work stations, servers, VDI networks (voice, data, images), telecoms services (fixed and mobile networks), information system security, telephony, video protection, networks, storage, etc. These solutions were notably adopted by EADS Defence & Security for its network and security infrastructure, as well as Mann+Hummel for the electrical, IT and access control systems at its site.
Lastly, the Group provides its customers with operation services: business continuity, onsite services and remote services (managed, hosted and user services).
Continuously developing innovative solutions
SPIE offers proven expertise in unified communications using innovative technology. This is notably the case in Cloud Computing, which is an essential tool for the comprehensive optimisation of information systems. For its customers, the Group combines information systems on a single interface for communications services, web portals and electronic message services, so activities can be managed through an optimised, tailored and efficient network.