EcoDataCenter has nabbed high street giant H&M as a new client, allowing the retailer to preform safer IT operations, providing it an important steppingstone towards an increased level of climate-smart data management.
“To gain trust from such a large and sustainability-focused player as the H&M Group is fantastic and also an important step for us. We are dedicated and proud to facilitate their digitalisation, by fulfilling high set demands on accessibility, as well as to contribute to the H&M Group’s strong focus on sustainability,” commented Magnus Angermund chief marketing officer at EcoDataCenter.
EcoDataCenter has expert knowledge in data centres and is specialised in various combinations of services. Therefore, the company can guarantee a large-scale operation with an extremely high level of availability.
EcoDataCenter has achieved a strong position within sustainability and security, and the company is primarily known for the climate-positive data centres in Falun.
The H&M Group has well established and high set sustainability goals, and by choosing EcoDataCenter as a supplier, an important step is taken towards a more circular and sustainable business.
The agreement covers the clothing company’s data centre needs for Northern Europe, which in addition to large-scale operations also requires an IT solution with the highest possible security. This is something that fits very well with EcoDataCenter’s offer.
“We see a clear trend in that more and more companies and organisations start to realise the extent of the environmental impact that IT actually has,” added Lars Schedin, CEO of EcoDataCenter.
“This knowledge makes them value real and proven sustainability in the choice of data centre services. This agreement is a really good example. We are very proud to have won the H&M Group’s trust.”