Whoop Whoop, it’s 15 years of Axess Systems

Whoop Whoop, it’s 15 years of Axess Systems

News November 2015: 15 Years of Axess Systems

It’s a big day for us here at Axess Systems, as today we’re celebrating 15 years of Axess Systems.

So today we’re working away looking resplendent with our party hats and balloons.

For Founder and Managing Director, Ed Morton, it doesn’t seem like 5 minutes ago since he was providing his first customer with the latest Thin Client from the ThinStar Range. (Now there’s one to google)

However, other members of the Axess Systems team, have kindly pointed out that they were still at Primary School at this time.

No matter what you were doing 15 years ago, the IT industry has faced unprecedented change, as the move away from PC networks has continued apace.

As a company which has always focussed on providing IT Leaders with brilliant IT, through centralised IT systems. And we are thrilled to be at the heart of this fundamental shift in approach.

Whether you’re currently hosting your IT systems on your own premises, in a secure data centre, or on a public cloud platform, we have the experience and the scars to make sure you’re a success.

We can help you design, implement and support the right IT system for you, your users and your organisation.

2015 has been another fantastic year for Axess Systems; even more so with the recent new Ed has been named as a Finalist in the 2015 Storage, Virtualisation, Cloud (SVC) Awards.

Voting closes on Friday 13th November 2015 and you can see how you can vote for Ed here.

Commenting on the anniversary Ed commented “It’s flown by. It doesn’t feel like 15 years since I started out on my own and founded Axess Systems. I’d to thank a lot of people who over the years have helped me to make Axess Systems the success it is today. This includes the vendors, many of which we still have a working relationship to this day. Current and previous customers, the support from our distribution partners and to the current and past members of the Axess Systems team. I couldn’t have done it all without their support.”

In looking to the future Ed sees the pace of change only accelerating. “I think we are only now starting to see the adoption of centralised IT systems as the preferred method of delivering IT Systems. This is only going to accelerate as more IT Leaders grasp the opportunity of changing the way IT is perceived. Moving away from the traditional cost centre to a value adding part of the business, which helps achieve real business outcomes such as competitive advantages through innovation, efficiency savings, compliance and business continuity.”

Here’s to the next 15 years!

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