A luxury castle hotel that lies within a country estate on the route of next year’s Grand Depart is among a trio of new client wins for Yorkshire-based outsourced IT management company Vital Network Solutions.
The Knaresborough business has been selected to manage the IT for Swinton Park, near Masham, which is also boasts a conference centre, spa and cookery school, and is part of the 22,000 acre Swinton Estate.
Vital is now also in charge of the IT function for Bivouac, an award-winning luxury campsite also near Masham, that boasts yurts, wooden shacks and a bunk barn.
The third new client is Newby Foods, a chilled meat producer in Northallerton.
Founded in 1996, Vital specialises in providing small and medium-sized businesses across Yorkshire with outsourced IT support and management services.
Lee Evans, managing director of Vital Technology Group, said:
“This is an exciting time for us with our client base continually expanding as more and more businesses see the benefits of a managed IT service.
“In the past couple of months we have also become a Microsoft Cloud Accelerate Partner, which is a true demonstrator of our high-level of ability in delivering cloud computing solutions, and in particular Office 365.”
Compared with the traditional break and fix service outsourced IT management is, not only, more cost-effective but brings with it predictability in terms of costs and performance, along with the ability to budget for ongoing maintenance.
“Companies that outsource their IT soon find that it is a far more cost-effective solution than the traditional break and fix method offering business-owners peace of mind.
“In the vast majority of cases a managed service eliminates the need for unforeseen downtime and, as every business owner knows, being offline can be critical to a company’s survival.”