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CRS Group provides their clients with essential IT services

CRS use Colt services to provide their clients with essential IT services

CRS Group offers ICT services to small and medium size enterprises with limited internal IT functionality. Specialising in the legal industry, they provide assistance to local law firms in Italy and focus on minimising the risk of network interruption, which their research indicates can result in potential revenue loss of up to 15 million euros for their clients.

Colt’s network, voice and data centre services help CRS to serve their clients in crucial areas such as network availability and connectivity, reliable communications between offices in multiple locations and resilient data centre environment for business continuity.

CRS Group use the solutions offered by Colt to help their customers with their network, connectivity and data centre needs. Colt’s high quality network reduces the risk of service interruption, ensures business continuity and provides CRS Group’s clients with continuous access to confidential legal files across multiple locations.

CRS customers work with Colt and CRS as a single team creating solutions such as consolidating data, voice and video traffic onto a single platform and introducing LANLink services to connect multiple offices.

We and our clients also appreciate the stability and higher availability of the service, the technological innovation and the excellent quality-price ratio.- Roberto Castiglia, IT Manager, CRS Group
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