Auxilion, the Irish owned technology services company, signed a major strategic IT partnership with Actavo, the international engineering services group. The contracts included projects for Auxilion to assess and transform Actavo’s IT infrastructure, support and application environments.
Actavo, which has operations across Ireland, the UK, the Caribbean and the USA, offers a breadth of services from energy to events, business support to building solutions, communications to construction.
'From left Tim Crowe, director of engineering and IT at Actavo with Keith McGovern, account director, Auxilion. Photo Susan Jeffries'
“We selected Auxilion for this important work because, from the outset, they were keen to fully understand what our strategic IT and business goals are and to advise and implement the right technology/solutions to facilitate these,” commented Tim Crowe, director of engineering and IT at Actavo. “IT is more business critical than ever and it’s vital that we have the right partners to support us along our journey.”
He added, “Auxilion has worked with us to complete a major IT infrastructure review in order to ensure our technology is robust. The programme will help us utilise our IT architecture across the group to eliminate business risks, reduce operational complexity and leverage new technical opportunities.”
“Auxilion has industry leading experience in analysing existing technology architectures and how to cost effectively manage and upgrade and leverage the latest digital technologies,” commented Keith McGovern, account director, Auxilion. “We are delighted to be an IT partner for Actavo.”
The projects were across ERP, managed services, Office 365, Microsoft System Centre Configuration Manager (SCCM), desktop management, project management and consultancy services.
Ronnie Simpson, Simpson Consulting,
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