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Big Little Fish changes the way small businesses consume IT services thanks to Colt

Big Little Fish, a Cloud service provider to small and growing businesses required assistance with delivering enterprise-class cloud services to their customers and growing their customer base. Their mission was to ensure that small businesses have access to the same technologies as major corporate players.

To deliver on this mission they needed multi-tenanted cloud computing services and they were seeking a partner with a level of flexibility in cloud infrastructure and services that would suit the needs of smaller businesses.

Colt proved unique in having an extensive portfolio of quality enterprise-class cloud services that could be scaled from a single user upwards. Colt offered white-label solutions helping them to build their own brand. Colt also provides active technical and ongoing business support. Colt’s platform, portfolio and support was critical to Big Little Fish winning its very first piece of business, with its very first prospect, within just one month of the company’s launch. With Colt on-board as a long term partner, they are now looking to extend their offerings further with software-as-a-service offerings such as CRM, conferencing and Microsoft Lync messaging.

With Colt as our partner, we’ve been able to focus on advising our customers and translating jargon into business benefits for them, without worrying about service provision and management, or the underlying capital and development investment.- Rebecca Scally, co-founder Big Little Fish

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