S&G Response moves to the cloud with Converge TS

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29 March 2017


Converge TSS&G Response have committed to a significant investment in moving their existing IT capabilities to the cloud with Converge TS, the cloud provider for law firms.

S&G Response is an established and trusted provider of professional business outsource solutions to all stakeholders throughout the motor industry.  The company has seen rapid expansion over the past two years and have made a number of senior appointments to boost their growth.

Moving from on-premise IT to a private cloud solution enables S&G Response to scale their IT and provides flexibility and enhanced security as employees are able to log into company systems securely from any location, on any device. And as data volumes and employee numbers increase, the platform is adjusted to deliver optimal system performance. S&G Response’s ambitious growth plans mean they will shortly be taking occupancy of new premises, a move that is made considerably easier with a cloud-based platform.

Andy Whatmough, MD at S&G Response said “As a fast-growing business it’s vital our infrastructure is both flexible and scalable to adapt to our requirements. We’re continuously looking for ways to increase efficiencies, facilitate better ways of working and improve security. This new solution supports us in achieving these goals and enables us to take our business to the next level.”



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