Recarta IT was established in 2005 as an end-user subsidiary of Powercore Holdings. In March 2008 the company was subject to a management buy-out, and is now owned and managed by Daren Bland, Managing Director and Toby Harris, Sales Director.
The company has grown year on year since conception and a large part of our growth has been attributed to our partnership with select ISV’s, to help deliver infrastructure or hosting to their clients. This has been a catalyst in the large growth we have seen in our managed services and professional services businesses over the past few years. We have seen a great shift towards outsourcing of skills and resources to Recarta as companies look to outsource specialist areas of their support and reduce costs.
In the summer of 2017 Recarta IT acquired Signature Consulting, boosting their client portfolio to over 300.
To date Recarta has clients ranging across the UK Mainland and the Channel Islands largely covering Banking and Finance, Retail, Distribution and Manufacturing sectors.
Recarta launched its data centre services, specialising in Recarta’s deep skills and experience of IBM Power p and IBM Power i and offer clients the opportunity to outsource or co-locate IBM Power Systems and management with confidence.
Recarta launched Enterprise Lifecycle Management which assists with the recycling and disposal of retired IT Assets. This business has seen great success in providing secure data destruction services of disk and tape, both on client premises and off-site.
Following a commercial agreement with Infor – Recarta successfully established itself the leading IT Infrastructure Partner supporting Infor applications. Recarta currently provides support and services to over 60 Infor M3, Lawson, S21, XA and LX clients and partners.
Recarta becomes IBM’s second largest Support Partner – and is now working towards IBM TSS Platinum Status.
Recarta become an IBM Technical Support Services (TSS) Platinum Partner
Recarta acquires Signature Consultancy, boosting client base to over 300.
Recarta hits £10m turnover