A major UK financial services business undergoing rapid expansion wanted to improve support for their global teams. In addition, they needed to provide secure access to confidential data and increase their data management capabilities.
Following strong business growth, our client, a leading UK logistics organisation, had outgrown the capabilities of their existing provider and needed access to a wider set of skills and experiences to support the ongoing strategies of the business.
We were engaged by a leading international water dispenser company to carry out the IT due diligence for a multi-million pound acquisition.
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.
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.