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Founded in 2010, dbi services is the leading Swiss IT expert for the handling of enterprise information systems based on Oracle, Microsoft, OpenText Documentum, and Open Source technologies. At dbi services, more than 50 engaged, passionate, and experienced associates have the same goal: to design, realize, and operate cutting-edge IT infrastructures that enable companies to focus on their business and their core competencies. Thanks to this powerful team based in the Basel Area, in Nyon and Zurich, dbi services enjoys the trust of over 150 customer in Switzerland, Germany, as well as France. Our areas of expertise include database management, application integration & middleware, Enterprise Content Management, operating systems, and many more.

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