Softcat has raised £200,000 for children’s charity Dreams Come True at its 2013 May Ball, smashing last year’s record of £100,000. Over 800 Softcat staff, partners and customers attended the event, held at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel.
Softcat’s Headquarters is buzzing with excitement today as preparations reach full swing in anticipation for the company event of the year: the Softcat May Ball 2013.
Softcat has partnered with Miradore to deliver a web-based lifecycle management solution that enables IT teams to track and manage hardware assets, software and licenses in real time. ITSM Solutions, which Softcat is offering as a service, underlines the company’s commitment to creating a world-class managed services provision.
Softcat's Services Director and resident tech guru Sam Routledge chats to Simon Herbert, Cisco Collaboration Sales Manager about the value of video communications in the modern workplace.
On Thursday night Softcat took home two awards from the NetApp partner awards ceremony at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London.
Last Sunday, a marathon veteran, a first time runner, a footballer, and Sylvester the cat all joined together to run the London Marathon to raise money for the charity Dreams Come True.
Softcat has been awarded the accolade ‘Top Performer ProPartner of the Year’ by Veeam Software, following months of sales effort, which has resulted in soaring revenue. Veeam announced the award yesterday in recognition of Softcat’s 100% revenue growth over the past year.
Sam Routledge, Softcat's Solutions Director, catches up with @VMDoug, Veeam's director of product strategy
Sam Routledge, Softcat's Solutions Director, catches up with @VMDoug, Veeam's director of product strategy. We talk cloud backup, virtualisation strategy, and vodka…
140 Softcat staff and family members rallied together on Friday night to take over 3,700 phone calls for Comic Relief, raising a huge sum in pledges. The phone lines opened at 6pm at Softcat’s headquarters in Marlow, following a day of enthusiastic fundraising and fancy dress which saw the IT reseller raising £35,000 from company, employee and vendor donations.
Softcat doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to fancy dress, and last week was no exception as employees donated £5 each to Comic Relief to come into work in full 80’s costumes; the staff couldn’t move for legwarmers and neon accessories.