September 2, 2021 By Leah Valentine < 1 min read

SISA upgrades its infrastructure with IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service.

Case study: “Embracing change

After more than 28 years of providing solutions to utility companies, gyms and other businesses in Argentina and beyond, Soluciones Integrales SA (SISA) has seen a lot of change. One thing that hasn’t changed is SISA’s commitment to providing its customers the most technologically advanced solutions available.

In early 2020, SISA began to notice that running these solutions on dedicated hardware was becoming a challenge. Not only was SISA’s client base growing, but so was the level of complexity and detail each client required.

Read the case study to learn more about how Soluciones Intregrales was able to update its technology using IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service, and how IBM Cloud helped the company switch to remote work when the pandemic closed the office.

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