Excel secures datacentre support contract with global financial institution
Excel has secured a multi-year agreement with a leading global financial institution to provide 24×7 support across its UK datacentre estate.
Excel secured the agreement by demonstrating its exceptional service delivery capabilities within the datacentre environment, along with its reputation for focusing on cost reduction and service improvement.
Excel will now focus on the transition of service from a five-day-a-week to a full 24 x 7 support contract and work closely with the client to improve, as necessary, the operational services within the datacentres to fully reap the benefits of the new service.
The agreement covers all data centre Business as Usual (BAU) support, incident management, provisioning, DC maintenance, data destruction and management reporting.
The appointment further underlines Excel’s position as a leading provider of IT infrastructure and support services within the datacentre arena.
Excel Sales Manager James Carr said: “We are delighted to welcome this new customer on-board and to have secured this prestigious contract in the face of strong competition.
“We believe our success in securing this contract was based on a philosophy that sees our engineering teams leveraging new technologies for continuous improvement across service levels, quality, risk management and cost resulting in best in class support.”
Excel provides a cost-effective, reliable and flexible service for the support, maintenance and optimisation of client data centres and computer rooms.
We are currently delivering 24 x 7 x 365 onsite monitoring and management of twenty three data centres in cities across Europe. Our DCM service has been developed through years of experience in delivering support services for large organisations with multiple data centres. It can be provided as a fully-managed service, seamlessly integrated into the client’s wider IT operations, or in individual components as a complement to existing resources.
Excel’s front-line support engineers and business-as-usual (BAU) support services are recognised as leaders in their ﬁeld.
In addition Excel is at the leading edge of deploying and managing key data centre toolsets, including market leading DCIM and Intelligent Infrastructure Management (IIM), to help drive data centre efficiency and automation.