Castle Computer Services has successfully completed the implementation of a new IT infrastructure for Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA).

The project was awarded to Castle after an extensive tendering process and ensures that ACHA has a robust, flexible platform to meet the future needs of the organisation.

Castle supported the implementation of new servers as well as WAN and LAN in a virtualised environment, with enhanced Business Continuity arrangements.

Vivienne Kerr, IT Manager, Argyll Community Housing Association, said:

“Castle worked closely with our team to implement the new infrastructure within agreed timescales. We now have a new platform in place that gives the performance, efficiency and flexibility required to meet our needs going forward. The addition of a separate disaster recovery site will ensure that our business continuity arrangements are robust.

“This was a very challenging project that had to be delivered with the minimum of impact on day to day business for the organisation. We couldn’t have done it without Castle and they made sure that the system was up and running in good time.”

George Strathie, Software and Services Director, Castle Computer Services, said:

“This was a major and complex project for ACHA and we worked closely with them to plan every aspect of the project and ensure that it was delivered on time and within budget, without disruption to normal business.

“The new infrastructure will deliver measurable return on investment over the coming years and provides a high performance platform that meets all of the organisations’ needs.”