Merseyside IT and telecommunications provider Nemesis Networks has won a three-year contract worth £250,000 with one of the UK’s biggest portable building manufacturers.
The service contract – with Wernick Hire – will involve the centralisation of communications for all of the firm’s 28 sites across the UK.
One of the key factors in winning the contract was Nemesis Networks’ ability to deliver multiple services, from cabling, Carrier Services and Telephony solutions.
Nemesis designed a network that reduced Wernick’s operating costs while increasing efficiency. It was able to offer Wernick a fully-integrated communications package, which is why they chose Nemesis Networks to fulfil their needs.
David Griffiths, Director of Nemesis Networks, said: “Nationally, Wernick had over 250 users who were all using different software, communications systems and internet connections.
“As a result, none of the branches were able to connect with each other. Part of our solution involved the creation of a 28-site wide area network, connecting every remote site to the UK head office in Essex.”
Launched in November 2006 with the acquisition of 2 existing businesses, Nemesis Networks is set to reach a turnover in excess of £1.5m by the end of their first year.
The company accredits its success to its “one bill, one support call” strategy and dedication to providing cost- effective communications services designed specifically for SMEs.
Jane Southgate, supply chain manager for Wernick Hire, said: “Nemesis Networks were successful in winning the contract to provide the wide area network and internet connection based on the ability to demonstrate and deliver best value, while offering a multi-provider solution.”