All the help that you need, from an experienced IT partner you can trust
Service Management from Proact gives us complete peace of mind. They’re constantly monitoring, analysing and improving. And should anything go wrong, we have the best help available to get things sorted as quickly as possible.”
We chose Proact Monitoring as a Service because we know that everything is being monitored and we’ll get the instant support we need when things go wrong.”
Some of the benefits of our strategic consulting services
How we transform IT
We know the market so we can help you choose the right hardware, before working with some of the most renowned providers to deliver it
Support and management
We can support & manage your existing hardware or services, removing the burden from your IT team & ensuring excellence with 24/7 expert attention
As a service
We design & deliver managed services wherever they’re needed – your data centre, ours, private/public/hybrid cloud – providing maximum flexibility & agility
Example support services
Specialists on our 24/7 help desk will help fix your problem as fast as possible, contacting (multiple) vendors on your behalf if they need to, saving your team precious time when it comes to solving issues.
Add proactive monitoring, where we monitor your environment and notify you when there’s a problem. This means that we can help you start fixing the problem right away.
Add incident resolution, plus change & release management to keep your IT environment performing at its very best, and leaving your IT team free.
London-based law firm Bates Wells has chosen IT services provider Proact to design and implement a significant IT infrastructure refresh, along with enhanced customer support, to help them enable new ways of working.
Modernised infrastructure delivers streamlined IT operations, improved protection against cyberthreats, and room to grow. At Liseberg, Sweden’s largest amusement park, preparations are well underway for
Data management service provides redundancy and cloud-readiness Colly Company had adopted a cloud strategy which required a step-by-step migration from their on-premises IT infrastructure. Before