Industrial shredding specialist UNTHA UK is no stranger to Vapour’s cloud toolkit, having long been a user of the TeamsLink solution for savvy Microsoft communication. But impressed with the quality of the collaboration to date, the growing business has returned to Vapour once again, to further strengthen its Microsoft estate.
The engineering firm has been independently recognised for its progressive use of technology, having been hailed as a ‘leading light’ in the Digital Enterprise Top 100 hit list for 2022. And UNTHA UK’s pioneering use of Microsoft Dynamics functionality throughout its entire business, is one of the main reasons for this prestigious accolade.
Because their existing Microsoft partner could no longer provide the organisation’s licences, UNTHA UK turned to Vapour for alternative provision. But instead of simply supplying the licences ‘as is’, the Vapour team conducted a thorough audit and optimisation exercise, ensuring the licence types were fit for purpose for individual colleagues’ existing and future requirements. Not only does this align to the collaboration and productivity goals of the growing business, but it helps protect UNTHA UK’s budget too. There was an evaluation of the current licences base being used and changed in line with the UNTHA UK business strategy.
Vapour’s senior sales support James Wood explains: “We’re very transparent, as a business, about our approach to providing the best possible service to customers. We openly call on the expertise of our partner network where required, and the UNTHA UK project represented a fantastic opportunity to bring in our peers at CloudCoCo for the licensing support. The relationship still sits with Vapour, so UNTHA UK has a single point of contact, but the customer benefits from the involvement of true specialists in their respective fields. This is when things start to get very exciting.”
With a visionary roadmap of upcoming activity still to unfold, conversations are now ongoing regarding UNTHA UK’s even more progressive use of Microsoft Dynamics moving forward, with key considerations around backup and automation already underway.