We are proud to introduce our new partner: 4Consult. They have been delivering advice and IT services in the field of cloud and infrastructure for seventeen years. With this, they have become a well-known IT service provider in the Netherlands and are doing very well, particularly in the health care industry. With a fast-growing customer base and a team with a lot of knowledge, the ambition is to continue to grow steadily in the future. 

In the coming years, the cloud will play an increasingly large role in the total IT landscape. “It is our job to investigate all the possibilities and impossibilities of, in particular, the public cloud for our customers, and to adjust our service portfolio accordingly. In the coming years, a hybrid cloud model is the most obvious model. Plenty to do and plenty of challenges. We are ready “, says Peter Swaneveld, Director of 4Consult. 

‘’It is inspiring to see that 4Consult, just like us, invests a lot in their employees, both personally and technically. We look forward to a great collaboration,” says Gijs van Hees, Success Maker at Workspace 365. 

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