The move is in response to the massive growth in the use of Apple’s iPhones, iPads and other Mac products in theworkplace,says ramsac managing director Robert May.
“Traditionally, customers using a mixture of PC and MAC based products have been forced to appoint two separate IT support providers,” explains May. “We recognised the gap in the market for combined support and supply of both Windows-based and Apple systems, so have designed our combined service offering to give a well-rounded solution – following our promise to ‘make IT simple’.”
The firm posted a 20 percent increase in turnover, along with 28 new outsourcing contracts, in its 2010/2011 financial year results. Over the last year it has introduced its 24 hour support service, launched a Unified Communications business unit and an IT mentoring service to assist client’s in-house IT teams, as well as embarked on an apprenticeship programme to nurture new IT talent.
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