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Outsourced IT success – 2012

Since its launch on December the 1st 2011, Acora has been on a mission to become the leading outsourced IT provider in the mid- market. Its growth and expansion suggests a positive first year for the company which is already looking forward to further growth in 2013.

The expertise of the Acora team ensures its services adapt to the individual needs of the customers, a characteristic which is attracting mid-market companies in particular due to their uniqueness, fast growth and tendency towards innovation and change.

Acora’s ability to provide a flexible service for each unique business within various industries, along with its reputation, has won the company numerous new customers this year.

Sales Director, James Karp explains “Our open approach, supported by our methodology that empowers the customer to take part in the key decision means that not only do we have a high probability that the project will be a total success, but we also have a great chance of building a lasting partnership with our customers. This is how we differentiate ourselves.”

This year alone, Acora has worked with a variety of industries including the following:

  • Motor manufacturing industry: Providing software to better manage stock, finances and production lines. Implementing a managed IT infrastructure, where aspects of customer’s business technology, such as hosting services are provided and maintained by Acora.
  • Law and finance sectors: Helping to manage the transformation from old IT systems to a new better equipped IT system. Acora has also created agile workspaces within this sector. Providing a flexible work place for employees, allowing them to work from home and use devices of their choice.
  • Hospices: Improving and upgrading their IT infrastructure, creating more efficient processes. For example, providing remote access and delivering retail hubs for management of their charity shops. Acora has also provided a 24/7 service desk to provide constant support for its Hospices.
  • Distribution industry: Installing new software such as Microsoft Dynamics NAV to help companies manage stock levels, costs and timings.

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