IDEAS Adds Two New Clients in Spain

Two new clients will use RPE2 to monitor their outsourcing contracts

SYDNEY--()--Ideas International Limited (IDEAS, ASX:IDE) has added two new clients in Spain that are using the IDEAS RPE2 server performance standard to monitor their contracts with outsourcing providers.

“We are delighted to add two new clients in Spain,” said IDEAS CEO Stephen Bowhill. “While the two companies are in different sectors – one is a bank and the other is a construction company – both are leveraging the IDEAS RPE2 methodology to track how much compute power they are being charged for by their service providers.”

“Leveraging RPE2 into these arrangements is a growing business for IDEAS. More and more businesses see how helpful it is to the client/provider relationship to have a source of independent data in the billing mechanism,” Bowhill added.

“For IDEAS, adding new end users as part of outsourcing arrangements with vendors is consistent with our strategic direction of diversifying our client base,” Bowhill said. “Moreover, we hope to see more of our established vendor clients using RPE2 as they transition some of their end-user base to cloud or hosted services. And, of course, we are seeing increased adoption of the IDEAS Advantage platform, which provides architects with an independent set of tools for IT planning.”

About Ideas International (IDEAS)

IDEAS provides enterprise IT research, insight, analysis, and tools to computer suppliers and consultants (IT Sellers) and large corporations (IT Buyers). The company’s research focus areas include servers, storage, software, services, and cloud. Many IDEAS tools are powered by RPE2, the atomic unit of compute. IDEAS is a publicly traded company on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX:IDE) and has been in business for over 25 years. IDEAS hosts users in over 100 countries and maintains offices in the US, EMEA, and Asia Pacific.

Release Summary

Two new Ideas International (IDEAS) clients in Spain are leveraging the IDEAS RPE2 server performance standard to track how much compute power they are being charged for by their service providers.