Aberdeenshire Clark Integrated Technologies has won a contract to support inverness based The Castle Group.
The Castle Group, based in Inverness are specialists in the provision of professional security services across Scotland, including static guarding, access control, key-holding alarm response, lockdowns, mobile patrols, CCTV remote monitoring and investigations, has announced a new contract which will provide the company with enhanced technology, upgraded devices and IT support.
Clark Integrated Technologies, a Microsoft Silver Midmarket Solution Provider will develop the IT infrastructure and provide Managed IT support as the company continues to target further expansion.
This investment will see the Castle Group benefit from a fully managed, secure and robust IT estate with the introduction of enhanced technology and devices which will be supported by Clark.
Jim Ferguson, Managing Director of The Castle Group said: “This partnership provides critical IT support and comes at a key time, as we continue to expand. Our staff are key to our success and we want to ensure that they have the tools and systems readily available to perform at the highest standard. Security of our systems and data is imperative to us, Clarks took this on-board and recommended solutions which meet our requirements now and importantly also for the future. We are pleased to have Clark on board as our IT provider.”
Clark will provide support for The Castle Group’s bases and will work with them to develop a robust and effective IT estate.
Austen Clark, Managing Director – Clark Integrated Technologies said: “We are delighted to have been chosen to work with The Castle Group on this contract and supporting the company in its strategic growth will be an exciting project for us.”
Clark Integrated Technologies has over 20 years of experience in providing industry leading support and delivering business-class technology. The company’s integrated solutions will provide The Castle Group with a productive and cost effective IT platform for business growth.