Let’s find out how Wellness Telecom are utilising ENTICE virtual machine image reduction technology to improve their services and win new customers.  Unified communication is an integrated and tailored service that allows you to have all business communication in the same application.  The custom images needed for the service are stored and managed by Wellness.  The users pay for the resources used in their storage.  While there are solutions to allocate extra resource to attend to unforeseen demand, there is often a drop in quality of service given the difficulty in meeting a spike in demand the challenge and business opportunity for us here at Wellness is to find a solution where users only pay for the resources they need without a reduction in quality.  Working  with ENTICE we have a solution that lets the service use new resources only when needed taking advantage of ENTICE’s faster deployment speeds and adapting to demand and as Wellness manages all tailored images needed for the service users leverage size reduce if provided by ENTICE to pay lower prices whilst we use less resource all round.  For more information about how ENTICE is helping businesses enhance their service and to learn about the innovations behind ENTICE go to entice-project.eu.  

We offer a catalogue of services which provides third party enterprise solutions.  These are aimed at companies that don’t have the knowledge to instal and deploy themselves.  The customer is billed based on resource used for their service and the storage utilised for virtual machine images.  Currently the images are not optimised leaving the customer paying for extra resources.  Our objective here at Wellness is that the customer only pays for the real resources that are needed.  By taking advantage of size reduction of virtual machine images offered by ENTICE we make our services more attractive, lower costs, improve competitiveness and reduce resource use.  ENTICE helps us pass resource savings along to our customers, winning us new business and making our service users happy.