Outsourcery changes how SMEs use technology
Published:  24 July, 2009

MANCHESTER: Thousands of small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) across the UK will have the opportunity to slash costly IT budgets and obtain access to solutions that were previously the preserve of big business.

Outsourcery provides software solutions to SMEs on a per user, per month basis without the need for hardware or maintenance contracts. The company's software and services model run from as little as £6 a month. "We aim to help businesses work smarter, not harder," said Piers Linney, a director of the company.

It has invested around £10m in what it calls ‘bullet-proof’ data centres, which provide small businesses with the latest technology, enabling SMEs to be competitive against major corporations with multi-million pound IT budgets.

"Our aim is to empower our customers so that they can get on with the business of running their business and do what they do best,” said Mr Linney.

“The cost savings and business efficiency improvements that our customers are enjoying are helping them to thrive in difficult market conditions."

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