Case Studies

At Advance7 we work for blue chip clients in just about every sector. Some of our recent projects have included vital work for law firms, financial organisations, manufacturers, retailers and more. Have a look at these examples and see how we are constantly working with our clients to help them meet the challenges of delivering IT performance and stability.

Database Replication Problem Stalls Cloud Project at UK Retail Bank

Database Replication Problem Stalls Cloud Project at UK Retail Bank

A major program to deliver solutions using a cloud and on-premise model was put on-hold for several weeks due to a database replication problem

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Outlook Spinning Blue Circle Problem at Managed Service Provider

Outlook Spinning Blue Circle Problem at Managed Service Provider

This MSP provides Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to its Public Sector customers using the latest technologies. Outlook users were experiencing freezing with a spinning blue circle for long periods causing severe frustration and significant productivity loss.

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INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT SOLUTION CRASHES AT GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES ORGANISATION

INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT SOLUTION CRASHES AT GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES ORGANISATION

Whilst updating a client portfolio the browser would intermittently freeze for indefinite periods, leaving pending updates in a hung position.

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Intermittent Outlook 2013 Hang Problem at International Legal Practice

Intermittent Outlook 2013 Hang Problem at International Legal Practice

Our customer is deploying a new desktop build with a sophisticated configuration that integrates Office, Outlook, Worksite and CommVault. Pilot users intermittently suffered prolonged hangs in Outlook.

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Web Application Problem at Distributor and Wholesaler of Healthcare Products

Web Application Problem at Distributor and Wholesaler of Healthcare Products

This healthcare provider uses a CRM system that was developed and supported by a third party software vendor. Performance of the web based system steadily degraded each day until it became unresponsive

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