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Packaging Factory Implementation

TLUX has over the years gathered extensive experience with the setting up of Best Practices Packaging Factories. We have not only offered different levels of services to Enterprise customers, but we have on-boarded most of the Service Providers (both Near-Shore and Off-Shore) in setting up their Packaging Factories. We have worked together with Flexera Software in key implementations of Enterprise solutions like the WorkFlow Manager and AdminStudio Enterprise Server. Our approach and experience guarantee a continuous high quality with packaging.

Creation of an application catalogue
By examining and evaluating consistently the applications you are using we work out a documentation with you. This documentation discloses incorrectly applied software licenses and leads to a cost reduction instead.

Structures for your application
By defining processes and standards, the further processing of the information collected in the first step takes place. Additionally, information about packaging and testing is deposited here. For your company this means central access and complete transparency regarding your applications. By considering the Best Practices according to ITIL a continuously high quality is ensured.

Scripting and packaging
TLUX Limited is able to supply you with the highest quality of applications on the basis of reliable state of the art technologies by splitting the staff consequently into specialized teams.

Quality Check
We use state of the art industry standards to quality check all our output. Our team has extensive experience in defining and documenting Best Practices. We guarantee the delivery of high quality packages which will reduce your remediation efforts.

For your company this means: We integrate fast into your existing organizational structures! Would you like to learn more about our packaging-factory concept or require further information? Then get in touch.

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