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CEO of Global Messaging Provider Retarus Speaks on Cloud-based Messaging at CommunicAsia

Retarus, a leading global provider of professional messaging services, introduces their comprehensive cloud-based portfolio of communications solutions to the Asia Pacific region by exhibiting for the first time at CommunicAsia 2014.

Mr Martin Hager, Founder and CEO of Retarus Group, will be flying to Singapore from Munich to speak at CommunicAsia for the first time on managing the transition from server-based to cloud-based messaging. He will share about how cloud-based messaging service for fax, email, SMS and EDI can help companies become more efficient. Retarus is the only global company of its kind offering the full suite of communication services for fax, email, SMS and EDI, with a physical office in Singapore.

Mr Hager's talk "Mastering the Transition from Server Based to Cloud Based Messaging (UcaaS)" will be on 18th June, 2:40pm - 3pm, at Marina bay Sands Expo, Level 3, Cassia Hall (NXT studio).

Mr Hager says, "Some companies use in-house servers for their communications purposes, and they might think that the data is more secure this way. However, as the companies grow and their need for server space grows, they will have to invest significant amounts of money to procure these additional physical assets. With cloud-based messaging service provider Retarus, clients can rely on a world-wide technology infrastructure, so that they won't have to worry about capacity or scalability at all. With a pay-per use model of billing, our clients won't have to make heavy upfront investments. As we are certified to comply with PCI-DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard), our clients can be sure of the highest level of data security and privacy requirements. In addition, Retarus' cloud-based solutions are much faster than any traditional on-premise server, because of their scalability."

For more than 20 years, Retarus has pioneered the development and implementation of innovative, critical messaging solutions for a broad range of global businesses. Recognized worldwide for superior security, reliability and customer service, the Retarus portfolio includes managed fax, email, SMS and EDI services. As an all-in-one messaging solutions provider, Retarus supplies companies of all sizes with completely customized, end-to-end electronic communication solutions, for stable, secure and seamless process-transactions between different IT systems.

Mr Joerg Kalisch, Managing Director of retarus (Asia) Pte. Ltd. in Singapore explains "There's a high demand for managed communication solutions in the Asia Pacific region, especially from companies with operations in multiple countries. More and more businesses are outsourcing IT services and that's where Retarus can really help. Through our Singapore hub, we can leverage our 20 international offices and 7 data centers to consolidate IT infrastructure, providing a one-stop for messaging services. Our wide range of innovative, cloud-based communications solutions include email, fax, SMS and EDI. And, we are well versed in national and regional compliance laws and regulations. More than 4,700 companies around the world rely on Retarus for critical messaging services. No other company offers such a broad range of customizable cloud-based communications solutions, that reduce the complexity of processes, consolidate IT landscapes and help streamline operations while significantly impacting your bottom line."

Mr Hager and Mr Kalisch will be at booth BF3-08 of CommunicAsia 2014 to share with visitors on how cloud-based messaging solutions can assist companies in Singapore and in the region become more effective. They will also provide tips on selecting the right type of cloud-service-provider suited for individual companies' needs, and other information about Retarus.

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Categories: Telecommunications

Tags: cloud messaging, edi, email, fax, sms

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