Partnerships

Century IT are proud to be associated with many of the leading IT hardware and
software companies.

These associations give our clients the added assurance of quality and professionalism:


Microsoft Small Business Specialist

Microsoft Partner

Microsoft is a world leader in computing software. Its operating systems can be found on servers, computers, television media centres and even mobile phones. IT consultancies that have earned the Registered Partner status have expertise in Microsoft technologies and choose to align themselves closely with Microsoft to serve their customers more effectively.

Novell

Novell

Novell helped invent the corporate network in the early 1980s and continues to drive technology for business today. Network software began with the sharing of files and printers within local area networks (LANs) and evolved into the management of wide area networks that enabled enterprise-class computing and, ultimately, the Internet. Today, Novell continues this technology leadership with its unique combination of the best-engineered Linux and IT management software to help lower cost, complexity and risk on virtually every platform.

Microsoft Small Business Specialist

Microsoft Small Business Specialist 2011

Microsoft partners who qualify as Small Business Specialists have proven a competency in marketing, selling, planning and building solutions for small businesses. This qualification is based on real past experience of consulting, planning, implementing supporting and troubleshooting real computer systems for small businesses.

Dell Registered Partner

Dell Registered Partner

Dell was founded in 1984 by Michael Dell on a simple concept: by selling systems directly to customers, we could best understand their needs and efficiently provide the mort effective computing solutions to meet those needs. Their evolving business strategy combines their revolutionary direct customer model with new distrabution channels to reach commercial customers and individual customers around the world.

Sophos Silver Partner

Sophos

Sophos has over 20 years of experience offering a complete antivirus, anti-spam and anti-spyware solutions. Their solutions currently protect over 100 million users in over 150 countries. With a range of different solutions to help protect companies, from the small business through to the corporate enterprise level.

Acer

Acer Partner

Founded in 1976, Acer ranks among the world's top four branded PC vendors and second in EMEA Region (source Gartner 3Q 2006). In 2000, Acer spun-off its manufacturing operation to focus its resources on developing technologically advanced, user-friendly solutions. The decision to support the sales of its product lines through specific marketing activities that best utilise distribution channels, has allowed Acer to achieve excellent results worldwide.

CA Channel Partner

CA Channel Partner

CA's Channel partners include resellers and solution providers that resell, influence or add value to CA software.They deliver CA software solutions to customers of all sizes.

Exclaimer Partnership

Exclaimer Partnership

Exclaimer develops one of the world's most popular email toolkits. As of 1 October 2008 the Companies Act was amended to meet EU legislation requiring limited companies and partnerships to include their company details in business emails or risk a fine of up to £1,000. Exclaimer Mail Utilities makes it easy for users of Microsoft Exchange to comply with that directive as well as add other disclaimers, brand and sign their messages, and a whole lot more.

Mdaemon Partner

Mdaemon Partner

Altn was established in 1996 with its headquarters in Grapevine, TX (USA), its products are used in over 90 countries and in 20 languages. The MDaemon windows-based email server is one of the most widely used servers on the internet.

Websense

Websense

Websense, the global leader in integrated Web, messaging, and data security, enables its customers' success by protecting essential information in the Web 2.0 world. Only Websense solutions provide complete visibility and control over who is authorized to access Web sites, information, or applications; what information must be protected; where information can be sent; and how information can be exchanged.