Cheshire firm confirm deal with Manchester cloud provider
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Businesses are set to gain easier access to their payroll, procurement and HR systems thanks to a new partnership between tech giant UKFast and Cheshire ERP specialist Percipient.
Percipient has offered supported and licenced Enterprise Resource Planning solutions, such as Sage and Oracle, to businesses since 2003 and has improved access to its services following the signing of a long-term deal with the fast-growing cloud and colocation provider.
UKFast CEO Lawrence Jones said: “We’re delighted to bring Percipient on board and give them access to truly enterprise-grade hosting services through eCloud. They have a great business model and we are looking forward to supporting their growth as they develop over the coming years.
“It’s a perfect match because their team bring an incredible level of experience to the software delivery and we are backing it up with our 17 years’ experience of managing enterprise-grade hardware. Between us we offer two layers of support to their users, ensuring they are looked after to the highest standards.”
ERP solutions help organisations manage their business processes and are traditionally delivered through an on-premise server, but Percipient is evolving this model and delivering Sage and Oracle licences to clients via the internet.
Percipient MD Chris Stock said: “Cloud-based solutions are critical to the growth of our business and our choice of hosting partner is a huge part of that. Security, scalability, flexibility and customer service were key to our decision and UKFast came out on top across the board. This partnership gives our customers the satisfaction that their data is in safe hands, allowing us to focus on what we do best.”
eCloud is UKFast’s full-service cloud platform, allowing businesses the flexibility to scale and grow their solution in line with their business needs. Launched in 2013, the eCloud model has surpassed all expectations at the fast-growing hosting firm, with cloud services now netting more than £12 million a year in recurring revenue.