Warwickshire-based software and services specialist Centralis has clinched new partnerships with four major international IT companies.
The new partnerships with VMware, Wyse, Macrovision, and Scriptlogic firmly position Centralis as one the UK's leading independent full service consultancies.
The company, which was also recently awarded Citrix platinum solution advisor status, specialises in flexible working and business continuity, delivering a complete end-to-end access solution to businesses in the UK. Centralis becomes the first company in the UK to be awarded top-level partnership by all these companies.
Collectively known as Agile Enterprise Solutions, the new practices allow Centralis to provide a full range of IT solutions for organisations, simplifying their client devices, making access to systems more flexible and reducing costs by centralising and managing IT services.
Ewen Anderson, managing director at Centralis, said: "This supports our commitment to offer customers independent advice.
"We are always striving to find the most effective ways to reduce the complexity and cost of IT infrastructure and increase its flexibility and resilience.
"Our practice based approach is essential to delivering high quality access solutions to our customers. The addition of the new practices and strategic partners to our portfolio increases the scope and flexibility of what we can offer to our customers."
VMware is one of the global leader in virtual infrastructure software for industry standard systems and works with some of the IT industry's biggest names, including Intel and Unisys.
Its partnership with Centralis will provide UK businesses with easy access to cutting edge technology and expertise from one of the world's leading virtualisation companies.
Wyse Technology supplies and implements scalable thin computing solutions to some of the world's largest businesses and institutions. Working with Wyse, Centralis will offer the hardware, software, and services to ensure its customers desktops are as secure, reliable, and agile as possible.
Macrovision is among the market leaders in content protection, software licensing and installation, and digital rights management (DRM) technologies.
The US-based company currently works with entertainment content owners, publishers, software vendors, IT professionals, enterprises, network system operators and internet service providers and will be offering its full range of services in the UK through Centralis.
Meanwhile, ScriptLogic is one of global leaders in network administration software for Microsoft Windows-based networks.
The company claims its solutions virtually eliminate administration errors, shrink overhead and manage system updates faster and more efficiently - improving enterprise productivity and freeing IT resources to be applied to more business-critical tasks.