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Rapid growth underpinned by Proact's Managed Cloud Services
Having experienced a period of rapid growth across all areas of the business, including the opening of two new offices in Singapore and London, Taylor Vinters found that its old and complex IT infrastructure was struggling to cope with the extra demands of its expanding business.
Taylor Vinters is a progressive legal services business with a team of entrepreneurially-minded people sharing a clear vision of excellence. The firm is committed to being one of the world’s elite law firms operating in the areas of technology, investment and private client. With over 200 staff and offices in Cambridge, London and Singapore, Taylor Vinters prides itself on being honest and ambitious in its approach, offering first class legal services to clients across the globe.
Scales in-line with changing business needs
A dramatically simplified system which increases efficiency
Monthly cost mode eliminates upfront capital expenditure
With plans to accelerate growth even further, the company needed a scalable and agile IT solution that was flexible enough to grow with the business. The platform also needed to comply with the stringent security regulations that the legal sector must adhere to, ensuring the highest standards of data protection. Furthermore, Taylor Vinters wanted to simplify its operations as its existing architecture was overly complex and couldn't cope with the increasing demands of the business.
Proact stepped in to discuss Taylor Vinters' business strategy, gaining a true understanding of its objectives and requirements. As a result, we implemented a comprehensive range of services including Infrastructure as a Service, Software as a Service, Disaster Recovery as a Service, Backup as a Service and Service Management. Supporting the firm's storage needs, these Managed Cloud Services dramatically simplified the IT system while enabling scalability for future business growth.
We needed a partner and a relationship that could evolve with us. Proact offered that and it was in stark contrast to alternative options in the market.
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