Do you recall a while ago I mentioned I had a new company? I’ve been putting in the hours with it big time recently. It’s called DCMI — which, by the way, stands for Data Centre Migration International. The site’s at dcmi.co.uk.
The headline elevator pitch runs like this:
DCMI provides the only software solution available to dramatically reduce the workload, risk & cost of data centre migration.
The solution enables organisations to save up to 60% of the time and 40% of the effort required to consolidate or migrate their data centres.
DCMI’s management team brings over 90 years of IT experience to the data centre migration issue and includes hands-on experience from HP, Oracle, Lehman Bros, UBS, Vodafone and Reuters.
Working with CTO Martin, we’ve put together a phenomenal team of Data Centre brain surgeons — so if you happen to be considering a data centre consolidation or migration, we sould talk — firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 845 130 5838.
If you think we can do business, let me know — we’re hunting for partners.
PS: Which one of the world’s biggest mobile related companies is MONTHS behind on it’s data centre migration project because they’re doing the pen-and-paper way?