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Q.beyond subsidiary to market turnkey IT services for SME logistics

Monday 6 December 2021 | 10:02 CET | News
German provider of IoT and cloud services Q.beyond said a new subsidiary will market its turnkey IT services for SME logistics in future. The service will be offered under the "logineer" brand. The subsidiary will focus on offering fully equipped digital workplaces including CargoWise, SAP Finance, desktop applications, hardware, infrastructure services and internet connectivity.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Q.beyond
Countries: Germany
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