04.02.2022 IT Fintech Luxembourg Tech

Governance.com and Arhs Group partner-up to offer enhanced, Cloud-hosted operating environment for process management automation

The partnership fuels new digital transformation solutions optimised for cost, scalability, security and speed.

The new cloud-native solution delivers a rapidly deployable, scalable and secure platform for any business process automation need. Beside industry-leading security and resiliency mechanisms, the solution will allow the hosting environment to easily scale over time with the needs of clients. Further enhancements for clients include a “follow-the-sun model” for 24-hour service; reduced incident response times and faster infrastructure setup time for client onboarding. Shifting to a cloud-hosted operating environment for clients via this infrastructure partnership is set to be simple, cost-effective and secure for clients, helping them optimise the use of Cloud technology.

Rob Boerman CTO (photo right), Governance.com, says “We are excited to partner with Arhs Group to enhance our client service offering. Working with Cloud and PSF-certified specialised firm Arhs Group means we can help clients not only digitalise their business process management operations but host these operations on the Cloud in a highly secure and speedy way. The joint offering enables clients to continue scaling-up their digitalisation agendas as they onboard and work with us. This move is also a critical capacity-building upgrade for Governance.com as part of our scale-up operations as we service a rapidly-growing client base.”

Christophe Grosjean (photo left), Managing Director within Arhs Group, says “We are delighted to collaborate with Governance.com to bring together the strengths of both our companies and accelerate digital transformation of our customers. We can leverage our highly skilled Cloud team in order to support Governance.com and provide their customers with a Managed Service offering of the Governance.com platform in compliance with the Luxembourg regulation”.

Sources: Governance.com and Arhs Group