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TIEVA parent company, Fulcrum IT Partners, acquires AI Specialists, Razor Limited

TIEVA is excited to share the news of the recent acquisition of Razor Limited

Razor is a distinguished technology consultancy business renowned for its prowess in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and virtual reality. Razor has recently been acquired by TIEVA's parent company, Fulcrum IT Partners.

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"We are delighted to see Razor become a Fulcrum IT Partner company," exclaimed Mark Lee, CEO of TIEVA.

"This acquisition not only strengthens our ongoing partnership but also underscores our commitment to delivering cutting-edge IT solutions that empower our clients in the age of digital transformation."

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In 2023, TIEVA and Razor formed a strategic partnership to address the growing demand for AI-centric services. Together, they developed a comprehensive AI Assessment service tailored for organisations navigating the complexities of AI adoption. This assessment identifies key areas where AI can have a substantial impact on their business and recommends the most suitable applications for achieving these objectives, simplifying the understanding and implementation of AI.

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"We are delighted to be working in collaboration with TIEVA, a company that shares our passion for innovation and customer-centric solutions,” said Jamie Hinton, CEO at Razor.

“This partnership is ideal for TIEVA customers as the offerings from both companies dovetail perfectly, with Razor extending the services and solutions available to clients. AI is a great example of this and a key component in our joint mission to advance technology and enable businesses to unlock their full potential."

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To discover more about the benefits of the AI Assessment service mentioned in this news story and how it can transform your business, please visit https://www.tieva.co.uk/landing/ai-assessment.

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