Acora, an innovative UK-based IT Services company, is pleased to announce it has added two new team members in the past month to meet increasing demand from its growing client base.
Acora’s approach is to advise, transform and manage clients to modernise their IT platforms. To do this, Acora retains experienced architects with the knowledge, insight and innovation to understand how a client’s technology is currently working and design solutions that deliver the required change.
Firstly, Acora is pleased to welcome back Matt Hollins. Matt is a Solutions Architect in Acora’s Applications team which designs Microsoft ERP business software solutions. Matt will be part of the senior team and his design, manufacturing and warehousing experience are very welcome additions to the company’s strengths in production and distribution.
“Matt left us a couple of years ago to explore other opportunities, but we were always keen to bring him back when the time was right. Having him back is both a boost to us and a sign of the growing strength of our Business Central capability.”James Karp, Chief Customer Officer at Acora
Secondly, Acora is pleased to welcome Dean Woodcroft to the company. Dean is an Enterprise Architect in the CTO team, working with customers to create solutions in the server, cloud and messaging space. Dean has a wealth of experience in Microsoft Azure and Office 365, solutions core to Acora’s portfolio and crucial to its growth plans.
“Our vision is to provide the mid-market with an outstanding customer experience underpinned by innovation and great people. To fuel that vision and become the leading provider of IT services within four years we need to continuously develop our existing teams whilst attracting new talented people who complement our team. We look forward to adding more great talent to our strong team in the coming year.”James Karp, Chief Customer Officer at Acora
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