MDXi, a MainOne company that provides enterprise-grade colocation and cloud services across the country. The business began operations in 2015 and currently provides a mix of leading banks and foreign oil companies in Nigeria with collocation and cloud services.
MDXi has recently been selected by Trobexis, a multinational logistics management solution provider, to deploy its solution to an international oil & gas company in Nigeria.
“Because of the company’s regional footprint and competitive pricing, we chose MDXi as our infrastructure partner.
“The presence of MainOne in various West African countries and the opportunity to build a long-term strategic partnership is a key differentiator,” said Jonathon Tilsley, Director of Trobexis PTY Ltd., Head of Strategic Partnership Opportunities, EMEA. Trobexis PTY Ltd. is currently leveraging MDXi’s Azure Stack to supply TrobexisOne, its Enterprise Workforce Logistics Management System application, to an Enterprise Workforce Logistics Management System application.
For several companies, it can be a difficult challenge to launch services remotely in West Africa.
The TrobexisOne application was deployed on the public Azure cloud infrastructure prior to the move to MDXi.
The deployment of TrobexisOne at MDXi was a seamless experience, according to Jonathon Tilsley.”We deployed everything remotely without any member of our technical team on ground.”
The rollout was timely, and it adhered to the plan. Our experience with the deployment of our TrobexisOne application at MDXi was outstanding.
In a hybrid environment, we have never deployed this application and the team was able to lead us down the path to help us achieve our desired results.
We had the International Oil Company (IOC) application ready before the live date.
However, sustaining world-class SLAs for customers requires a high degree of process integration and team collaboration beyond deploying applications. From a support perspective, the MainOne team was very supportive, the response and support were very timely, Jonathon Tilsley explains. The project was excellently managed in the roll out of the application.