Novosco delivers major IT project for leading Irish car dealer group

  • The project involved supporting the company’s transition to the cloud.

    Belfast headquartered Novosco has delivered a major IT project for Windsor Motors, one of the largest car dealers in Ireland.

    The IT infrastructure and managed services company delivered a range of services for Windsor Motors, including a refresh of its IT hardware and the virtualisation of its network.

    The latest project - valued at over €150,000 - involved supporting the company’s transition to the cloud and migrating its mail from a traditional server to Microsoft Office 365. 

    Windsor Motors has around 300 IT users across its headquarters and dealerships in Dublin, Galway, Meath and Wicklow, with this set to increase to around 320 later this year when it opens its 17th location.

    “We are working closely with Windsor Motors to support them to make the transition to the cloud," said James Kelly, Enterprise Sales Manager, Novosco. "Benefits include the ability to use Microsoft Office 365, bringing improved communication between the whole team, as well as improved productivity through a range of tools, including being able to use Office anywhere, from any device. This work will also support Windsor Motors’ ongoing expansion.”

    Novosco, who recently joined the Munich-based CANCOM Group as part of a £70m deal, employs nearly 300 people, with offices in Belfast and Dublin, as well as an office in Manchester. 

    Its clients include many county councils, seven leading universities, such as Trinity College Dublin, one of the largest financial services companies operating in Ireland, and a wide range of public and private sector organisations in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Great Britain.

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