The pressure on enterprise IT departments is relentless. There’s a large and complex communications and network estate to manage. Multiple lines of business applications to control. New offices and branches to bring online, others to take offline. Issues to resolve. It’s a full time job just maintaining the status quo.
So where does that leave you? Firefighting most probably. Not having time for what’s really important – strategy, planning, making recommendations to the board or setting an evolution agenda for the business. And it doesn’t help when your network provider has more interest in sweating yesterday’s infrastructure, not helping you move towards tomorrow’s.
At Gamma we’re different. As a dynamic, independent network operator we’ve no legacy of infrastructure to protect. No fixed mind set. No hidden agenda. Just a different approach – fresh thinking and a commitment to developing innovative, disruptive products and services.
We take away the burden of providing and managing your infrastructure and reduce the complexity of keeping up to date with technology.
We remove the challenge of integrating and deploying robust security, proven continuity and disaster recovery. The difficulty of bringing on new initiatives like unified communications, mobility, BYOD, virtualisation, data centre hosting. All the things your business needs to stay ahead.
Uniquely we combine the power of a network operator with the flexibility of a systems integrator, giving us a true insight into your business, the IT challenges it faces, and the best way of solving them.
We free you from day-to-day IT infrastructure problems, leaving you to focus on tomorrow’s business goals. Not today’s problem of owning, running and managing infrastructure.
Head of IT,
Strutt & Parker
Our status as a next generation network operator and integrator means we acknowledge the role of the traditional, the legacy, but we’re not bound by it. We think out of the box, we disrupt – challenging the status quo to bring you clever new solutions.
With Gamma you’ll soon learn that next generation solutions can cost significantly less than their legacy counterparts, as well as being more flexible, more agile and easier to use.
Unlike many providers we’re not beholden to costly legacy assets. We are next generation through and through. That goes for our thinking and for our network.
We might be a young, vibrant company. But we’re also owner of one of the UK’s largest fixed networks and with a solid and strong track record in business. We’re also a PLC, so you can have confidence in our ability to deliver.
You’ll find our customer service second to none. Wholly UK-based, our team is knowledgeable and available 24×7 and helps us maintain our envied record for 99.999% availability.
Our customers include the UK Government, high street name PLCs, big banks and corporate enterprises through to medium-sized businesses, universities, charities and housing associations.
Satisfaction is our priority.
To maintain and enhance our standards, we have an ongoing programme to measure satisfaction:
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