European migration of a global pharma powerhouse
Over the past eight years, we’ve developed a reputation for our high-calibre service and guaranteed no-risk, on-time delivery. But there’s a lot more to working with Nero Blanco – and it’s the reason our clients recommend us time and again.
Our case studies showcase the difference we make to our clients’ businesses. They bring our complex migration projects to life, sharing the Nero Blanco difference in the words of the IT directors of some of the world’s leading businesses.
Words like, “Nero Blanco just got it,” “The migration project was a true partnership,” and “We couldn’t find a problem they couldn’t handle” – from large-scale global businesses with hugely complex migration needs. Businesses such as Wunderman Thompson, HSBC and Ernst & Young.
ASMPT is the leading global supplier of electronics manufacturing and semiconductor process equipment. Founded in 1975, the company is on a mission to enable the digital world. ASMPT has been continuously developing and transforming itself – from a machine supplier to a complete end-to-end solutions supplier supporting the smart integrated factories of their global customer […]
For Octavius, Nero Blanco migrated large amount of data, reconfigured 235 workstations and workloads in a single big bang migration weekend.
The complex and highly customised iGo application was added to scope 2 weeks after the project start and migrated successfully.
For Cognifide, the switch from Dropbox Business to SharePoint and OneDrive within the WPP Cloud involved migrating large quantities of data and access rights within an aggressive two-month deadline, driven by the imminent end of the company’s annual Dropbox Business subscription, and the need to avoid further charges for the service.
The project needed to be completed by the start of November 2019, working around national holidays in Poland to minimise disruption to employees.
The tansition from Google Drive to Office 365 required migrating vast quantities of data and access rights within an extremely tight timescale.