Today, it has just been announced, that Tabellae has been chosen to deliver the new Output Management solution to FET (Forsvarets EfterretningsTjeneste), also known as Danish Defence Intelligence Service.
"We have worked on this deal for a very long time, but it has been impossible for us to tell about it or even to forecast the deal in our internal sales pipeline.", says CEO Lennart Garbarsch, Tabellae International.
The solution is based on the leading software, Lasernet, which is developed under very secure circumstances - sometimes even mystical, in various places. The solution is here and there and everywhere - in the Cloud, Hosted Server or even as a small hidden service on an old server - also seen in disguise as a print-server.
The Solution will be delivered during 2018 and will be installed on Danish ground only along with some Cloud services - hanging purely over Danish territory.
In 2019 the Output Management solution will expand to Greenland, Faroe Islands and a third "location" (close to Russia).
Having Output Mgt. from Tabellae really brings us in the forefront of the new age of modern communication.
Dan Hansen, Colonel (Oberst).
FET will use the Lasernet environment to enhance their Trans-Promo capabilities, making it more seamless to communicate with the various document formats that are used by PET, CIA, FBI and other foreign intelligence agencies.
Danish Defence Intelligence Service (DDIS) is Denmark’s foreign intelligence service. We are also Denmark’s military intelligence service
Justin Nolde starts working the 1st. of October at Tabellae Inc as a Lasernet Implementation Consultant.
Based in Saint Louis, Missouri, Justin will assist our existing US customers as well as new customers to implement Lasernet for Dynamics 365 Operations and Lasernet for other ERP applications such as SAP, Oracle and Dynamics NAV.