SYNTAX announces its partnership with TmaxSoft
An all-day event took place today, March 15th, at the Museum of Cycladic Art, organised by SYNTAX. A vibrant conference room, full with company partners & clients, where SYNTAX launched its partnership with TmaxSoft, presenting Tibero; an alternative to RDBMS existing solutions.
The event opened by Mr. Nikos Afxentiadis, President & Co-Founder of SYNTAX Information Technology Inc., who went through a brief historical overview, starting from the foundation of the company to the present day, and talked about the innovative technological solutions that SYNTAX first brought into the Greek market.
According to Mr. Afxentiadis, “One of the most important issues facing every business today, especially in Greece, is cost reduction. If we can add value to businesses by reducing their costs, while maintaining quality, reliability, and creativity to achieve even more with the help of technology, then I think we have achieved our goal. This is also why we partner with TmaxSoft and Tibero, a cost-effective and reliable RDBMS for business, with flexible and clear licensing, a reducing TCO by 50%, low support costs and impressive ROI (Return on Investment)…
It is noteworthy that amongst major TmaxSoft customers, exclusively use Tibero, including Samsung, LG and Hyndai… “.
Dr. Daeyeon Park, co-founder & current CTO of TmaxSoft, appeared in a video screen and mentioned the importance of his company working with SYNTAX, while listing some of Tibero’s most significant advantages, such as its full compatibility with all other market databases, its stability & performance.
The event continued with two sessions, the first addressed to Management Executives and the second to Technical department of DBAs, Apps Architects, and Senior IT Engineers.
The closure of the event was a discussion with the audience led by a specialised & interesting panel, involving TmaxSoft and SYNTAX representatives.
The highlight of the event was the M.C.A.‘s special tour of “Cycladic Society 5.000 Years Ago” exhibition, which took place in between the lunch breaks.