Cloud computing specialist CMS Group is celebrating a record quarter for new business after winning contracts worth more than £1m.
The wins include a contract with asset valuation and recovery group Winterhill Largo, to design and install an IT system across its eight offices in the UK and overseas.
Neil Duckworth, chief executive of Winterhill Largo, praised the work done by CMS Group: “Winterhill Largo has undergone exponential growth in the last three years both organically and with several acquisitions. As a result, we now have offices in Europe and the Middle East as well as in the UK, and around 100 employees. For us it was really important that we sourced an IT infrastructure that could cope with our rapid pace of growth,” he said.
“CMS approached the issue strategically and came up with a solution that could scale quickly but also created a full wraparound service that ensured our end users could carry out their jobs with a complete support mechanism in place. We’ve now got a flexible IT infrastructure that is both resilient and more suited to the demands of our rapidly growing organisation," he added:
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