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Delta Informatique Deploys Mandriva for banking system

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Delta Informatique was looking for an operating system both reliable and easily deployed to minimise problems linked to client work stationswhen setting up its new core banking system.

Mandriva, with its Mandriva Linux 2009 solution, allowed Delta Informatique to migrate to a reliable and secure environment optimising work time and limiting maintenance and compatability problems.

« Amongst the operating systems we looked at, Mandriva was clearly the one best adapted to our needs. It is sound, easy to use and completely matches the bank servers' systems (AIX, IBM), » explained Sylvain PERCHAUD, Delta Informatique Project Manager.

The Delta Informatique project team was easily able to migrate to a stable environment designed to facilitate the work of Delta Informatique.

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