Featured case study
Football is the one of the world’s greatest passions and UEFA is a giant in the game.

14 April 2015

The Union of European Football Associations is not just the governing body of football in Europe, it is responsible for driving innovation in the way the game is experienced from the ground up. For the last 3 years it has chosen Interoute as its preferred ICT partner.

We host almost all the ICT applications and services used by UEFA, including the UEFA.com website and FAME, its Football Administration and Management Environment that UEFA uses to manage its European Football competitions for the fans, teams, referees, sponsors, media and commercial partners.

Read the full case study

Implementing eg operational intelligence at BGL’s Fusion contact centres to support a blended strategy

30 January 2014

Through its partnership with eg, Fusion developed a solution to help manage its back office, and also support the “blending” of short-cycle ‘one & done’ tasks from the back office, into the contact centre.

BGL Group was established over 20 years ago, and has seen significant year-on-year growth to become one become one of the UK’s largest personal lines insurance groups. The BGL Group provides administration and contact centre services for its own brands, as well as on behalf of other well-known insurance companies. The Group’s success means that it has established a presence in a number of international markets.

Read the full case study

SEGA Europe reduce IT costs and increase system availability with virtualisation

30 January 2014

System Professional initially met with Stuart Wright (IT Director – Europe) at the SEGA Europe UK Head Office to discuss the future IT strategy of the business. Stuart had been recently appointed as the new IT Director for Europe and wanted to explain his strategic IT plans, highlighting areas where System Professional could complement his existing IT team’s skills and technical ability.

Stuart had inherited a legacy data centre environment, with ageing equipment that had grown organically over a number of years. The server infrastructure wasn’t standardised, proved difficult to manage and was inefficient in terms of power consumption and space utilisation.

Read the full case study

Remote cloud hosting offers LAMP high speed access to mission-critical systems

30 January 2014

Leading IT solutions consultancy, ramsac has provided legal and medical insurance company LAMP Group with fast, reliable world-wide access to its critical business systems, addressing slow connections for the company’s office in China and providing remote access for all its global offices. ramsac recommended and facilitated the hosting of LAMP Group’s software on servers with Rise DataCenter’s on Demand™ platform, providing the company with a solid and cost-effective platform with scalability for long-term future growth, along with disaster recovery protection.

Read the full case study

Virgin Management goes for the ‘full cloud’

15 November 2013

Virgin Management Ltd (VML) provides corporate and general management services to all of the global companies across the Virgin Group. A decision to relocate its UK head office to a new HQ in the Battleship building (pictured) near Paddington prompted the firm to evaluate its IT requirements.

With its physical infrastructure coming to the end of warranty and supportable life, VML concluded that its existing system was too restrictive and limited in scalability. With many disparate components bolted on over the years, it required a great deal of management, such as client updates and upgrades on local user machines, which meant high opex. VML also lacked a robust disaster recovery (DR) strategy.

Read the full case study