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M&C Saatchi simplifies collaboration across 20 offices globally

Egnyte provides IT with centralized control of corporate data and ease of use for distributed teams

annual savings


Fast sharing of ideas and content from anywhere is critical for M&C Saatchi, and the company needed a more efficient way to share files, manage versions, and protect sensitive data. Without a central file infrastructure, designers and account managers were putting sensitive corporate content at risk by resorting to unauthorized consumer solutions such as Dropbox.


By replacing a disparate file infrastructure with the Egnyte platform in a hybrid deployment, M&C Saatchi now has real-time file synchronization across global locations, automated version control, and built-in business continuity.


  • Efficient cross-site collaboration and greater productivity
  • Greater performance and security of data delivery across global locations
  • Over ₤25,000 in annual savings for storage maintenance by reducing server footprint and tape backup
“We are able to securely store, edit, and share files between multiple offices around the world without running into bandwidth, file versioning, or access issues. M&C Saatchi is a fast paced organisation and Egnyte keeps up, bottom line.”
Alistair Roberts
Alistair Roberts
Director of IT

M&C Saatchi is one of the largest independent advertising agencies in the world with over 14 divisions that help create multi-media advertising campaigns that launch companies, breathe life into brands, boost careers and change consumer behavior. Founded in 1995 by brothers Maurice and Charles Saatchi, the agency now has more than 20 offices across the globe, including locations in London, New York, Los Angeles, Singapore, and Sydney. Its clients include Adidas, Coca Cola, Etihad Airways, Flora, Land Rover, Virgin Holidays, and more.


Headquartered in London, England. Over 20 Offices around the world.


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