Delivering Enterprise-Grade Apps and Services
to a Wide Range of Companies
What do chocolate and furniture and seafood and petroleum and ice cream and tacos have in common? They’re just some of the products sold by companies that have chosen Cybera to manage their virtual application networks and keep them secure. See the use cases below.
Operating multiple Arby’s restaurants, Lavco Food Services values simplified, easy-to-use technology that delivers immediate business impact. The company got that and more when it upgraded to a network based on the CyberaONE solution. In addition to being more reliable, the new network has significantly reduced the amount of hardware devices while providing highly dependable 4G wireless backup. Case Study
With 225 regional stores to manage on a limited IT budget, CEFCO Convenience Stores needed innovative technology to keep pace with business growth. The company chose Cybera to build a secure, software-defined WAN across its entire distributed enterprise. By leveraging the cloud-based network, the IT team can now deploy new customer-focused apps in just days—while reducing managed network costs by 15 percent. Case Study
Shell Oil moved payment processing at their 14,000+ US locations from VSAT to the Cybera Platform. Shell franchises have several other Cybera-enabled applications as well such loyalty, lottery, tank monitoring, ATMs, car washes and more. Business service manager Scott Taylor said, “The economics of the Cybera Platform is truly astounding when compared to the fragmented alternatives or big box retail solutions on the market today.” Case Study
ExxonMobil migrated the VSAT network in their stores (Exxon, Esso and Mobil) to the Cybera Platform to address reliability and functionality problems, allowing them to launch new applications like loyalty, high-speed POS support and tank gauge monitoring while improving security and reducing TCO. ExxonMobil shared its case study in an Open Networking User Group (ONUG) panel session. Video
Kahala Brands turned to the Cybera Platform for a standardized security solution for its 3,000+ locations, adding Wi-Fi hotspot service in the bargain. Cost and complexity was not an issue, as the solution is easily installed by store personnel, up and running within minutes.
With 500+ locations running over high-latency, low-bandwidth VSAT connections, Captain D’s needed a better network for their in-store and back-office applications. The Cybera Platform gave them better performance and security at a fraction of the cost, allowing them to also achieve PCI compliance and deploy video training with a lower TCO.
Chicago Scoops, a fast-growing franchisee of the Cold Stone Creamery brand, is lighting up applications quickly and securely, while avoiding greater margin pressure and maintaining its people-first approach. Hospitality Technology Magazine talks to Kyle Welch, president of Chicago Scoops LLC and Ron Robinson, SVP of sales at Cybera to find out how they collaborated to standardize security across 30+ stores in one month. Case Study | Executive Insight | Video
With the Cybera Platform, Kirkland’s home decor implemented security services at its 340+ stores, improved resiliency and redundancy for secure payment processing through the built-in backup 3G wireless application, improved the security of their payment process and lowered their infrastructure costs. Case Study
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory selected the Cybera Platform to deliver a standardized security solution across their 400+ stores, including managed firewall, intrusion detection service, rogue wireless detection and reporting, hosted security information and event management, and 12-month remote log storage.
Using the Cybera Platform, E-Z Mart went from cumbersome VSAT and dial-up at 300+ remote sites to a fast and secure PCI-compliant one-box broadband solution that integrates VPN, ATG, ATM, surveillance, online training, loyalty, and managed guest-access Wi-Fi. Case Study