Avast, mateys! Softcat employees in Marlow and Manchester have turned up for work dressed as pirates today. Why? Because it be Pirate Day, of course...
IT provider Softcat has won Mimecast’s Premier Partner of the Year award for the fifth year running, thanks to its exceptional sales figures and passion for customer service.
The lively, customer-centric IT provider Softcat has achieved a coveted place in the UK’s 2012 Best Workplaces list. It came 10th in the Medium Category for 75-499 employees.
To support the expanding role of access control solutions that leverage the intelligence of the network, Softcat announced today that it has achieved Identity Services Engine (ISE) Authorised Technology Provider (ATP) status from Cisco. This designation recognises Softcat as having fulfilled the training requirements and program prerequisites to sell, deploy and support Cisco ISE products and solutions.
On Friday 11th May, Softcat hosted an event in Ystradgynlais to showcase mobile technologies from major mobile device manufacturers. The event, organised in conjunction with Powys County Council and promoted by Value Wales, attracted attendees from 4 Local authorities and around 20 schools across South Wales.
The Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC) has appointed Softcat, among a select group of suppliers, to provide backup, archiving and networking solutions to a wide range of institutions involved in further education throughout the UK.
Softcat has recently signed up the 100th customer to use its managed firewall support service. The service, which forms part of Softcat’s growing managed services security portfolio, offers clients proactive availability monitoring and protection against malicious attacks over the Internet.
Softcat has won two major awards – Partner of the Year and Corporate Reseller of the Year – at the EMEA Partner Connections 2012 conference hosted by Sophos, the developer of security software and hardware, at the Grand Hotel Princesa Sofia in Barcelona.
The SUPC Universities purchasing consortium has selected Softcat, along with five other suppliers, to provide IT related parts and accessories to over 100 higher and further education institutes in the UK.
Employees and partners of Softcat used their May Ball on Friday 4 May to raise £100,000 for their charity of the year, the Wooden Spoon Cancer Care and Haematology Unit at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.