ZDNet – 16 November 2011
Supporting over 100 printing centres with only five IT staff can be a bit of a strain, which is why Kwik Kopy is now mainly a cloud shop.
Two years ago, Kwik Kopy’s server was on its last legs.
“Our server was getting really old,” C-Y Thew, business solutions manager Kwik Kopy, said. “It was dying. To reinvest in a new server was too expensive and complex.”
It was then that the company decided to turn to the cloud.
The cloud change involved migrating an in-house web-to-print service, and a management information system called PrintSmith.
The company looked around, and finally settled on Brennan IT as a cloud provider, quoting its reasons as being that Brennan’s datacentre was in Sydney, that Kwik Kopy was happy with the service level agreements and that the pricing was “right”.