Surrey-based Microsoft Gold Partner ramsac has launched a dedicated Apple business unit and been accredited by the Apple Consultants Network in order to meet demand from end-users diversifying their IT estates.
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Managing director Robert May said that the massive growth in the use of iPhones, iPads and related products meant that businesses needed more choice in the type of platform that suits their needs the most.
"Traditionally, customers using a mix of PC and Mac-based products have been forced to appoint two separate IT support providers," he said.
"We recognised the gap in the market for combined support and supply of both Windows-based and Apple systems, so have designed our combined service offering to give a well-rounded solution," May added.
Ramsac, which ascended to the highest tier of Microsoft's partner programme earlier this year, has invested heavily in its services proposition in the last 12 months, launching a 24-hour support service, a unified comms unit and an IT mentoring service among other things.
The firm claims it has seen a 20 per cent increase in turnover as a result.