Total Produce – Business Continuity Case Study

Total Produce is one of Europe’s premier fresh produce providers with over 4,000 employees operating out of 100 facilities across 20 countries. The company grows, sources, imports, packages, distributes and markets over 200 lines of fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers. The Total Produce group distributes some 300 million cartons of fresh produce to the retail, wholesale, foodservice and processing sectors across Europe and North America annually.

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Smyths Toys – Business Continuity Case Study

Smyths Toys, based in Galway, is a leading provider of children’s entertainment products with 68 stores throughout the UK and Ireland and sales of €250 million. The company’s goal is to provide consumers with high quality products at competitive prices. Recently, Smyths implemented a new ERP application on VMware and this runs their entire sales and operations.

DNA IT Solutions – Disaster Receovery and Business Continuity Case Study

DNA IT Solutions offer clients highly invested and highly personal level of dedicated service. By delivering custom level support plans, from entry-level support which may include working with an in-house IT department to providing plans that offer a fully outsourced and managed virtual IT department.

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The Medical Company – Secure Hosting Case Study

The Medical Company was using some big name providers; these providers were unable to deliver the security required, guarantee the exact location of the data or assist with the deployment of the underlying solution for their software as a service. Security being the key concern, as the solution that they provide to hospitals, doctors and global medical services contains highly sensitive data; they required a secure, dedicated environment to host their Software as a Service solution.

McDowell Purcell – Disaster Recovery Case Study

McDowell Purcell wanted to put a sophisticated Disaster Recovery solution in place to meet their high standard of business requirements and spent considerable efforts in sourcing the most suitable vendor for this solution. consultants were successful in assisting with evaluating their options and costs. They designed and delivered a custom solution which met the stringent requirements of Disaster Recovery.

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The Anthony Nicholas Group

Anthony Nicholas Group – Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Case Study

The Anthony Nicholas Group required a solution that could provide an enterprise Business Continuity plan combined with an efficient cloud based recovery solution. With key emphasis on ensuring optimal service to the customers, Anthony Nicholas required an RPO of seconds and an RTO of minutes. The previous solution was slow, required user intervention and was unable to fulfil the business requirements. It was essential that whatever solution was proposed would not impact the business operations in any way and a quick turnaround was required – measurable in minutes not days!

Maxol Group – Case Study

The Maxol Group, the country’s only family owned oil company has announced the roll out of a new series of online business continuity services for its company owned service station network developed by Irish firm
The new programme will be implemented across 100 stores nationwide and will see the retail convenience provider increase operational efficiencies in the event of any system failures.


Aurivo – Secure Data Case Study

Headquartered in Sligo, with 50 sites, 35 retail outlets and 4 marts, predominantly in the North-West of Ireland, it was absolutely necessary for Aurivo to ensure that their IT systems would not be exposed to any risk, be it internal or external. They have two Data Centres. They required a simple solution to provide resilience, reliability and security that their business demands.

O’Dwyer Real Estate Management – Business Continuity Case Study

Delivering results for corporate, private, global and local clients requires a robust and reliable IT system. ODREM had an antiquated, in-house customised Business Continuity Solution in place. This system was untested and did not meet their business requirements. It was also insufficient for their client requirements. Not only was it a risk for their own business but also in terms of fulfilling the contractual requirements for their clients.