One of the pioneers of its field in Turkey, the new generation working platform Champs and Turkey’s leading cloud service provider Bulutistan signed a technological companionship. Champs Co-Founder and Managing Director Mahir Tüzün emphasized that they guarantee cost savings and high customer satisfaction to companies and said, “We have built our infrastructure, which we built entirely on cloud architecture, in Bulutistan’s domestic and powerful cloud environment.”
Aiming to introduce the companies in the EMEA Region to the mixed working model with its innovative business model in the field of consumer support services, Champs announced that it will host its infrastructure and solutions in the cloud as part of its cooperation with Bulutistan, one of the top 20 fastest growing technology companies in the region. According to the information obtained from the company, Champs, which built its technology on 100 percent cloud architecture thanks to cooperation, with the power of Bulutistan’s cloud environment in compliance with GDPR and KVKK; The company will securely store customer and employee information in Turkey. Thus, Champs will maximize the benefit it will derive from the advantages created by the gig economy (short term business).
“We keep the data of companies in Turkey in our country”
Champs Founder and Manager Mahir Tüzün, who stated that he is very happy with their cooperation with Bulutistan, said, “We guarantee that companies that have seasonal or sustainability needs in the field of consumer support services will achieve cost savings and high customer satisfaction without commitment, with a competent, educated and independent employee ecosystem. we do. We offer this innovative solution on top of our infrastructure built in Bulutistan’s native and powerful cloud environment. Thus, we keep the data of companies in Turkey in our country,” he said.
Expressing her satisfaction with their cooperation with Champs, Bulutistan General Manager Begim Başlıgil said: “Our goal is to professionally support Champs’ growth plans and to ensure the security of Turkish companies’ data.”