Press Release: VINTIN launches new digital workplace solution to support church and welfare organizations in a digital transformation
Sennfeld, Germany – February 2020: Digital technologies are becoming increasingly important for church organizations and charitable organizations where innovative technologies can streamline responsibilities for permanent and voluntary workers and make collaboration significantly easier. With digital support, social offerings and services can be taken further and tailored even more closely to people’s needs. But with little time and budget, the introduction of modern workplace solutions often presents these organizations with significant challenges. IT service provider VINTIN GmbH today announced the availability of its Modern Workplace Bonus Plus, a new technology solution that provides church institutions and welfare organizations with a complete, cloud-based workplace, which can be used independently of location and user device.
Digitization opens new possibilities for day-to-day work in churches and welfare organizations. To give organizations easy and secure access to modern digital workplaces, VINTIN has developed the Modern Workplace Bonus Plus cloud service that leverages Microsoft 365 and not only includes support for Microsoft Windows 10, but also solutions for enterprise mobility and security through integration with Microsoft Azure Active Directory.
With Modern Workplace Bonus Plus, church and welfare staff can forgo having to invest in their own server infrastructure and can immediately use the latest Office 365 applications and collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams. Volunteers can also be provided with a digital workplace in a very flexible and cost-effective manner. All software and operating system updates are applied automatically, ensuring that organization digital workstations are always up to date.
“With our Modern Workplace Bonus Plus package, we can use the standard services of Microsoft 365 and go beyond allowing us to accommodate the special requirements of church and welfare organizations,” says VINTIN Managing Director Christian Krug. “For example, we can integrate industry-specific applications into the digital workplace and provide a reliable backup solution for the sensitive data processed in church and charitable institutions. Our offer further includes personal user support by certified specialists via e-mail and telephone.”
Security and data protection was the top priority during the development of Modern Workplace Bonus Plus. All processed data is protected from cyber threats by an integrated security concept that includes malware protection and DSGVO-compliant data management. Enhanced security such as Microsoft Information Protection & Compliance and Microsoft Identity & Threat Protection can be added on request. In addition, users can rely on the proven quality of VINTIN’s existing services. All processes – from endpoint to cloud – are certified in compliance with ISO 27001.
“Microsoft 365 enables SMBs and organizations like Vintin to benefit from the same options and IT capabilities as the bigger players in that sector. We welcome ,VINTIN, with its 15 years’ experience, offering cloud-based digital workplaces to further the needs of their customers,” says Mike Ammerlaan, director, Microsoft 365 Ecosystem at Microsoft Corp.
VINTIN has been active as an IT service provider for church and welfare organizations for several years. The company supports its clients in planning and implementing holistic digitalization strategies, modernizing workplaces and infrastructures, and developing new digital services and business models. VINTIN combines nearly 30 years of IT experience with expertise in the field of digital innovations, outstanding service expertise and an integrated portfolio of services. Clients benefit from strategic technology and business consulting, comprehensive project support, managed services and cloud services from a single provider.
VINTIN employs more than 170 people, including 150 highly trained technical specialists. The company is headquartered in Sennfeld near Schweinfurt and also operates sites in Fulda and Malters (CH). VINTIN’s clients include corporations of all sizes, public administration organizations and numerous church and welfare organizations.
Further information at www.vintin.de.