TIE Kinetix announced today that it has become a Google for Work Premier Partner, effective August 1st, 2015. The premier tier is reserved for companies that have demonstrated highest levels of competency and performance based on commercial results and implementation success.
GSA is a scalable hard- & software solution that brings Google Search technology to an organizations’ content, whether it lives in file shares, databases, public websites, online shops or systems for PLM, content management and ERP. With GSA, the search experience shared by millions across the globe can be harnessed by individual companies with specific enterprise enhancements that make searching easier, intuitive, and customizable.
TIE Kinetix has helped many clients like Swisscom and Sky to implement Google Search into their business. Becoming a Google for Work Premier Partner will allow TIE Kinetix to deliver even more innovation and value for customers.
Erik Jan Hengstmengel, Managing Director at TIE Kinetix GmbH, said: “The Google for Work Premier Partner status will help us enhance the value of GSA for all our clients. GSA offers a broad set of powerful API’s that enable us to provide our customers with the most powerful search solution on the market today. The Premier status is the result of our long and intensive cooperation with Google to help customers, including 3 DAX companies, to bring their E-Business forward.”
About TIE Kinetix
TIE Kinetix transforms the digital supply chain by providing Total Integrated E-Commerce solutions. These solutions maximize revenue opportunities by minimizing the energy required to market, sell, deliver and optimize online. Customers and partners of TIE Kinetix constantly benefit from innovative, field-tested, state-of-the-art technologies, backed by over 25 years of experience and prestigious awards. TIE Kinetix makes technology to perform, such that customers and partners can focus on their core business.
TIE Kinetix is a public company (Euronext Amsterdam: TIE), and has offices in the United States, the Netherlands, France, Germany, United Kingdom and Australia.