Sage, a supplier of accounting and business management software for SMEs, has grown rapidly through acquisition.
But expansion put the company’s Newcastle HQ under increasing strain, and a new premises was needed.
The relocation to a new purpose-built office allowed Sage the opportunity to address its legacy network infrastructure, which was at maximum capacity and very complex to manage.
Steve Leggetter, Sage’s Internal Systems Director said that the company had ‘aggressive timescales’ and needed ‘to bring in some expertise’.
‘Omnetica adopted a highly collaborative, flexible approach and took time to really understand our business needs,’ he said.
Omnetica has headquarters at Hemel Hempstead and offices in the UK, France, Italy and the US, and employs over 1000 people.
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