As technical teams go, Skanco’s is for sure the most diverse we have worked with on the island when it comes to experience and multi-vendor knowledge.
Skanco’s relationship with Annexio first began when Annexio established on the Island in 2011 and since then has grown into an effective business partnership.
Annexio, noted as the fastest growing online gaming company on the Island in 2013, has expanded rapidly over the years and so too has its IT needs.
“We run a 24/7 business model and expect 24/7 connectivity and effective IT across our business with two locations and 50+ staff members”, Seb Jeanneau, Head of IT explains. “Annexio has experienced exponential growth over the past 18 months and with Skanco managing our office infrastructure, it has allowed my team to be available to concentrate on growing the business instead of handling day to day issues.”
As Annexio is an international company it has a mix of requirements from remote users, satellite locations, high security demands and differing geographical regulations to adhere to.
“When looking for an IT partner, we were encouraged by Skanco’s approach. At the time, we had a limited understanding of what growth we could expect and therefore we were unsure as to what IT support we would need. Skanco were happy to adapt their offering to what we could commit to and designed a bespoke support model around what we required at that time. We needed to be confident that our IT partner could not only provide daily on-going support but also manage key projects for us. The completion of our recent Exchange and server migration has demonstrated Skanco’s ability in this area and when combined with the most up to date technology, the positive impact of these improvements can be seen throughout the entire business.
“As technical teams go, Skanco’s is for sure the most diverse we have worked with on the Island when it comes to experience and multi-vendor knowledge. They save us time, they recommend what vendors to use, organise the procurement of hardware at competitive prices and also ensure we are up to date with our licensing requirements.”