Don’t just take it from us…
At K3 Starcom, we believe a job well done is thanks enough.
However, we’re also very proud of the work we’ve done with clients, both past and present.
Read our case studies below to see practical examples of how our services have instigated business growth, delivered a great return on investment and how we provide ongoing support.
Our case studies span the breadth and depth of the range of clients we can work with, so if a similar business to you has benefited from our work, the chances are we can help you out too.
Chambers Recycling required a fully-virtualised server, as well as a cost-effective backup plan.
With hundreds of venues to manage, English Heritage needed infrastructure that could support thousands of daily bookings.
Holiday operator Shearings needed immediate help with a server issue, which started a lengthy relationship with K3 Starcom.
Hobbycraft needed a large-scale ERP system and infrastructure to cope with the fluctuation of seasonal demand.
Behrens group called on K3 Starcom to manage a new server migration and introduce a remote working provision.
Lloyd Shoe approached K3 Starcom to implement a scalable ERP programme and infrastructure to enhance business performance.
The Lowry’s vision is to be ‘the most successful arts venue in the world’ and it relies on robust IT infrastructure to succeed.
With the potential loss of six month’s worth of data, K3 Starcom got Together back up and running.
TRM Packaging wanted increased efficiency and greater product visibility, alongside a number of managed services.
By consolidating their in-house servers to a cloud-based environment, Palatine Private Equity gained wider business visibility and reduced their costs.
K3 Starcom helped Metaltech Precision with a cloud-based ERP and robust disaster recovery plan.
K3 Starcom moved Bentley’s to a cloud-based server and saw major improvements to working practices within one day.
If security is a concern for your business – maybe you’ve suffered from a cyber attack or want to find out how to prevent staff from ‘leaving the back door open’ – then join us.
Thursday 11th October 2018