The strategic partnership will enable public sector organisations to migrate from existing legacy operating systems, such as Windows 7, to Windows 10. It will also allow these organisations to harness proven new technologies to improve operational efficiency, further develop frontline services, and to deliver better outcomes for citizens.
With a wealth of public sector knowledge, expertise, and Microsoft Gold Partner status, Cantium will work together with Triangulate, harnessing its technical experience in legacy application migration to deliver reliable and cost-effective modern applications and hardware to public facing organisations.
Mark Scott, CEO of Cantium Business Solutions comments: “With both local and central government keen to realise their digital ambitions, our partnership with Triangulate allows us to open the door to new opportunities. It will help the public sector escape legacy lock-in and, most importantly, positively impact frontline services.”
Having the right compatibility between applications is often considered as the biggest hurdle to making a successful transition to a new operating system like Windows 10. Together, Triangulate and Cantium will enable public-facing organisations to make the transition, removing the most common pain points from planning to testing right the way through to deployment.
Lee Murray, Director at Triangulate comments: “It was important for us to choose the right partner, and we’ve found that in Cantium, who have been created by the public sector for the public sector. Managing the migration of an operating system across multiple users and devices can feel like a complex and overwhelming project. But, combining our technical knowledge and Cantium’s experience in the public sector, we’ll be able to deliver value and the best experience to end users.”