Kobil Systems signs partnership with IT solutions provider Seven Principles
Both companies have their respective focus on the processes in mobile enterprise. While Kobil Systems, with its platform and project business, focuses on integrated identity management and mobile security, 7P is a specialist for enterprise mobility. As a strategic partner for enterprises, the listed group bundles cross-industry expertise and combines vendor-independent consulting skills with the implementation of technologies. "We complement one another both in the product and service portfolio as well as know-how and in our respective industry expertise: Kobil as driver and innovator in mobile security and supplier of m-Identity Protection platform for binding and universal communication in mobile business processes and 7P as a leading service provider in the enterprise mobility branch", explains Dirk Rössig, Head of Solution Management at Kobil Systems. Seven Principles has established itself as an innovative service provider, making a name for itself particularly in the telecommunications market, and continuously expanding its position in the energy and automotive industries. Kobil system, by contrast, is particularly strong in the banking, insurance, retail and logistics branches.
Carsten Marmulla, head of department responsible for the subject security at 7P, also emphasizes the potential of the future partnership: "Companies have just started to mobilise their business and IT processes. To accomplish this task, they need a lot of expert know-how and comprehensive professional advice. The combination 7P and Kobil can not only offer extensive experience and relevant expertise, but also implement it with our product, services and consulting portfolios so that we can help our customers demonstrably improve their added value."
The future partners want to present their customers with proposals that combine the strengths of 7P and Kobil. Both companies are already working on common themes and projects and developing them further. Thus functionality, identity management and security can now be offered from a single source.
About Seven Principles
Mobility determines the market and thus the business of companies with global transactions. Modern players therefore rely on digital business models - and provide agile collaboration. Seven Principles, as a supplier and IT services provider, enables the successful digital transformation. Leading corporations and German SMEs rely on Seven Principles because as a strategic partner the company pools cross-industry expertise. Seven Principles is focused in this process on the telecommunications, energy and automotive industries.
With a strong partner network, Seven Principles combines vendor-independent consulting skills with the implementation of technologies. The services include advisory services, software development and implementation, infrastructure services, quality assurance, IT security, intelligent data management and SAP services.
The development of enterprise mobility strategies and the strategic monitoring of the associated transformation processes are core for Seven Principles and provide companies with real added value. According to the Mobile Enterprise Vendor Benchmark of the Experton Group Seven Principles is "Mobile Enterprise Leader 2014". The company based in Cologne has many offices in Germany and Europe, employs 650 people and generated a turnover of around 100 million Euros in 2013.
Kobil Systems GmbH
Today Kobil solutions are a standard for digital identity and highly secure data technology. Founded in 1986 the 120-strong Kobil group, headquartered in Worms, Germany is a pioneer in the area of smart cards, one time passwords, authentication and cryptography.
It is the core of the Kobil philosophy to enable an ongoing identity and mobile security management on all platforms and on all communication channels.
Nearly half of Kobil's employees are working in development, among them leading specialists for cryptography. Kobil plays a crucial role in the development of new encryption standards.
Commerzbank, DATEV, the German Federal Parliament, Migros Bank, Société Générale, UBS, ZDF and many others put their trust in Kobil.