Established in 1954, Stiller is a family-owned logistics provider with over 50 years’ experience in the sector, specialising in palletised goods, warehousing, and distribution. Stiller appointed razorblue as their Managed IT service provider in 2017 and have worked together in partnership ever since.
The firm now has over 180 employees and has seen annual sales increase by over £5million since the partnership began. They are committed to environmental initiatives to reduce road-miles and Co2 emissions through use of the latest logistical planning and equipment technologies.
- Future-proof and scalable cloud solution
- Migration of all data to the cloud with minimal downtime
- Disaster recovery
- Data backups
"We have worked with razorblue for the past five years, utilising a number of the company’s services with great success. The seamless move to the cloud alleviated many of our business challenges, enabling us to deliver outstanding service to our customers consistently, and the ongoing support and proactive approach that razorblue takes is allowing us to focus on continued growth."
Stiller had multiple on-premise servers that were reaching end of life and running legacy applications. The investment required to upgrade and maintain such hardware can be costly and poses risk of data loss.
Over the years, the business has grown their online offering, including tracking of stock and deliveries. They needed a reliable platform that offered scalability and could cope with large data sets as well as disaster recovery and backup capabilities.
Following an initial investigation to determine the requirements, razorblue proposed a future-proofed cloud platform solution. The migration sees Stiller’s data located within razorblue’s UK datacentres, eliminating the requirement for upfront expenditure whilst providing 24/7 support.
razorblue’s private cloud has provided a scalable and reliable environment to host Stiller’s business applications, removing any prior concerns about complex backups, disaster recovery solutions, or power issues.