Flexible monthly cost with Infrastructure as a Service
A smooth road for IT service delivery
With an ageing infrastructure which required significant capital investment, Auxillis needed a major upgrade of its server, storage and data centre services. Proact’s deep-rooted heritage and history of successfully delivering cloud services made us the ideal partner to design a service that would meet Auxillis’ needs.
Auxillis Group PLC is the UK market leader in the provision of accident assistance to innocent drivers involved in road accidents. Offering a range of services including hire vehicles, vehicle repair, claims handling and personal injury management, the Bath-based company has 20 years’ experience in the industry and over 25 depots across the UK.
Reduces time to get new services to market
Scalable service supported by monthly cost model
Improved SLAs ensure data availability and security
Auxillis wanted a solution that would improve service levels as well as increasing security and flexibility across the board. Despite these requirements, the company was also looking to control its IT expenditure in order to focus on profit growth. Ultimately, Auxillis required a top-quality solution that would also keep costs to a minimum.
By combining primary and disaster recovery components with servers, storage, network, backup and connectivity, Proact introduced a comprehensive Infrastructure as a Service platform, supported by a flexible monthly cost model. This service, which is part of Proact's Managed Cloud Services portfolio, is coupled with 24/7 Service Management, allowing Auxillis to deliver a top-quality, highly available service to its customers.
Working with Proact has given us complete peace of mind that our information is in safe hands.
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