As a growing business, and a regulated entity with the Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), ECIC were facing a number of challenges around their IT infrastructure which led to their decision to outsource their IT.
Househam Sprayers was using multiple niche systems and spread sheets to manage its business, which have now been replaced by one business solution and one database.
After a failure in its exchange infrastructure, Retirement Advantage decided to move away from their incumbent and asked Acora to invest in and develop a very secure managed back-up service under a strict NDA.
After a period of rapid growth, Power Panels needed a more scalable solution with increased functionality.
Marlin required a full review of their Line of Business applications to help identify areas for cost and risk reduction and to assess the general health of their IT systems.
After a period of rapid growth, Scorpio needed to upgrade their ageing infrastructure and add support to supplement their in-house team.
Whilst Dynamics NAV was able to provide a lot of the core functionality “out of the box”, Nationwide also required a number of other bespoke functions to be added to Microsoft Dynamics NAV in order to maximise the return on investment.
The privatisation of British Rail resulted in a fragmented IT infrastructure and disjointed IT systems. In order to perform as desired the company needed to review their IT and ensure they had the tools in place to support business strategy.
McGoech was relying on technology that was soon to become obsolete. They required a new and complex manufacturing and warehousing system, and so turned to Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Acora.