Our client, an international professional services company headquartered in London, needed a solution to enable a more flexible modern workplace for their global end users as well as increase the overall agility of the organisation.
Our client, a leading property consultant with 1500 employees, had a history of expansion and acquisition. The company’s internal IT team was well established but needed to extend its strength and capacity to help deliver a fully optimised service that was more robust and scalable to support the company’s future growth.
Our client is one of the UK’s largest trade unions. The organisation’s current IT contract with a single provider for 1st – 3rd line support was not delivering the service value they needed. As a result they decided to split the services and move to a multi source agreement.
Our client, a specialist UK insurer had previously relied on consuming “shared services” delivered from their group. Historically, this model had served them well, but as a growing business, and a regulated entity with the Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), it was starting to present them with a number of challenges around their IT infrastructure.
Our client, a world leading manufacturer, distributor and service partner for water cooler systems and purification products, sought strategic IT advice from Acora’s consultants to address a number of post-acquisition challenges – most notably highly fragmented IT systems, limited IT skills and capacity to support growth and a lack of formal governance processes.
Our client provides wholesale out-of-town data centre space for some of the world’s largest companies. Having lost 2 members of its IT team – the company decided to outsource their IT because they wanted to focus on business and not be concerned with day to day IT operations.
Our client is a world leading provider of veterinary services to small animals. Following a decline in services from their incumbent provider, the practice entered in to a three year contract with Acora to deliver 24/7 infrastructure management and VIP support for their 2 key personnel.
A major international recruitment company undergoing rapid global expansion needed to replace their ageing infrastructure and migrate to the cloud to improve business agility and performance.
A well known London based championship league football club wanted to reduce their web hosting contract (IaaS) and invest in a new platform that would enable future enhancements and minimum support for their web hosting platform.
We were engaged by a leading international water dispenser company to carry out the IT due diligence for a multi-million pound acquisition.
Our client a multinational private equity and venture capital company based in London with over 350 employees, issued a formal RFP to select a new IT Services partner to support an infrastructure transformation activity and transition from their long-term, incumbent service provider.
Our client, a home finance company, part of a larger financial services company in London, is a high-profile, financial services organisation, with over 200 employees. The company sought a new IT Services partner to support an infrastructure transformation activity and successfully transition away from their incumbent provider.