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Extrasys, a new division of Bailey Teswaine, specialising in providing software as a service, has announced its official launch in the
, targeting small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
The company says it can host all of an SME's applications and data on secure and remote servers in state-of-the-art datacentres. This new service, Extrasys says, will enable SMEs to receive enterprise-grade security, accessibility and flexibility at a sustainable cost. SMEs will not have to have to buy, install, license or update software and will be able to access entire desktop applications remotely.
Simon Arbuthnot, director of operations, Extrasys, says, "The launch of Extrasys comes at an important moment in the development of the SME industry within the
. The SME community is becoming increasingly aware of the need to invest in better IT support, greater accessibility and the importance of protecting the business. Due to the changing business environment there is a real demand for a solution which enables SMEs to meet stringent regulatory criteria and also to improve their market position."