Tikit NIS implements new IT infrastructure for WMT

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5 July 2011


In 2010, highly successful UK accountancy firm WMT undertook a top-to-bottom review of its IT infrastructure model and requirements in order to ensure alignment with the company’s broader business strategy.

Tikit NIS delivered a complete solution, developing not only a tailored new IT strategy, but also taking responsibility for full implementation and support. This included providing new servers and systems, transferring data and setting up all the required software, hardware and network support.

“Tikit NIS has helped us define and then execute our network restructuring making us more efficient and cost effective with our investment in systems and hardware, whilst remaining productive as a firm through implementation. We were certain we could rely on Tikit’s expertise for this task and we weren’t disappointed”, said WMT partner Adrian LeRoux.

Tikit NIS director Danny Hoffman added: “Our restructuring project with WMT involved both strategic thinking and the ability to install new equipment and systems quickly and effectively to avoid disruption to the firm’s activities. I’m glad that we have been able to achieve this and that we can continually support them as they continue to grow and develop their business.”

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