Every day, in over 50 countries worldwide, hundreds of organizations depend on Bull's products, solutions and services to support their critical business activities and processes. Bull's customers are extremely diverse, but they broadly share the same requirements: the need for high-performance, mission-critical systems that help them innovate and grow faster than their competitors. As 'Architect of an Open World', Bull has a unique ability to capture the world’s intelligence and make it work for its customers, providing made-to-measure solutions to ever-more complex problems.
C1000 consolidates IT Infrastructure on Bull novascale bullion
Supermarket-giant C1000 migrates its complete Windows infrastructure to four Bull bullion servers. C1000 will realize a consolidation of their already virtualized server farm from fifty physical servers to four physical servers, whilst retaining full performance and redundancy functionalities, and thus realizing significant reduction on energy consumption.
Non-stop e-commerce service delivery at Wehkamp
Wehkamp has long been the market leader in home shopping in the Netherlands. Having already replaced mailorder with telephone ordering as its principle sales channel, the company has enthusiastically embraced e-commerce. By totally modernizing its infrastructure with Bull, Wehkamp has succeeded in fundamentally tranforming its business.
Hosting the Motor Trade
Autoline is a full ERP System for the automotive vertical. To be effective, Autoline has to be run on reliable, robust and high-quality hardware systems. To fulfil this function, ADP DSI turned to its existing IT supplier, Bull Information Systems. Specifically, Bull assisted ADP DSI in optimising the use of its data centre servers by ‘virtually’ dividing them into lots of smaller systems, each running independently but sharing the resources of the larger servers.
O Boticário: a continental-scale challenge
Bull provides all the IT systems and services as part of the turnkey communications solution along with telecoms operator Embratel, and is responsible for its design, integration, implementation, operation and maintenance.
Bull supports every area of Carrefour’s business!
Europe’s number one retailer and the second largest in the world, with 15,661 stores, the Carrefour Group is constantly adapting its organization to ensure that it meets its strategic objectives. At the very heart of its business, IT support has become a key resource, guaranteeing the Group’s operational excellence. The smooth operation of checkouts and warehouses depends on the quality of this support, as well as on the effective management of the 400 or more applications that are currently in use. As well as these tools, service levels have been defined to align with quality improvement targets, whether they relate to the aborted call rate, incident resolution times, criteria for determining how vital an application is to the business, or escalation times.