The Polish companies Centuria and Adminotaur decided to merge in order to become the leader of the business continuity market, the companies announced. In the coming months, Centuria and Adminotaur will integrate some of their business processes. The merging brands provide services for e-businesses generating over PLN 3 billion in sales annually.
“Continuity, or business continuity services, is a market whose value in Poland is currently estimated by experts at approx. PLN 4 billion. Wielkopolanie from Centuria have ambitions to fight for the position of its leader. They have just merged structurally with one of the rivals – Adminotaur Sp. z o.o., adding much-needed DevOps services to the portfolio.
Today, the merging brands provide servers and IT support for e-shops generating over PLN 3 billion in sales annually and generating over several hundred thousand transactions in one day.
“We are sure that thanks to the integration of Centuria and Adminotaura services, owners of e-commerce platforms and companies selling services in the SaaS model, IoT (Internet-of-Things) platforms, information and entertainment portals or software houses will quickly gain significant benefits, such as such as facilitated scalability, improved data security and more effective management of IT projects,” said Adminotaur founder and CEO Marcin Migacz, quoted in the release.
Poznań’s Centuria is one of the leaders in professional server and administration solutions for e-commerce. The company’s clients include the CCC group (eobuwie and DeeZee), Homla, Lancerto and Medicover, who lease server space from Wielkopolska and maintain hosting continuity for their online businesses, and also use the so-called. SysOps (System Operations), i.e. maintaining the stability and efficiency of IT systems.
Krakow-based Adminotaur specializes in DevOps (Development and Operations), focusing on integration, automation and software delivery as well as cloud projects, in particular based on Amazon Web Services. Their portfolio includes projects for brands such as Sensi Labs, Woodpecker, TimeCamp and Property Group.
“Centuria is expanding its portfolio with extensive DevOps competencies and cloud services. Thanks to the merger, Adminotaur will be able to take advantage of Centuria’s structural strengths – both in terms of hosting competence and high service standards. Centuria is ISO 27001 certified and provides services compliant with the PCI-DSS standard (i.e. security standards for the processing of payment card data). Adminotaur’s customers can expect an increase in the standard of services, an increase in infrastructure security or even higher standards in personal data protection.
In the coming months, Centuria and Adminotaur will integrate some of their business processes, aiming at increasing competitiveness. Importantly, both companies are actively recruiting employees, offering 24/7 support to the market, 365 days a year.