Digital Space has a mission to enable change for its customers through connected, productive and secure solutions that are delivered via the company’s own cloud-management platform.
Neil Muller, CEO, Digital Space (pictured) explained that the rebrand is representative of the company’s own internal digital transformation, recent acquisitions, and a desire to drive sustainability and enable meaningful change for customers.
Muller added, “The world as we once knew it has changed. Whilst we as society have changed how we communicate and what we value most, the world of business has changed too. Fundamental to this is the acceleration of technology, and more specifically, the centralisation and widespread adoption of connectivity and IT services in the cloud.
“To help our customers maintain competitive advantage whilst adhering to new, agile ways of working, we have acquired new capabilities, restructured our technology, and developed our own connected, productive and secure spaces, which integrate via our digital space cloud management platform to help organisations accelerate growth.
“Whilst I am proud of everything we achieved as Timico, I am extremely excited about the future that lies ahead for Digital Space.”
Digital Space is backed private equity firm Horizon Capital and aims to become the UK’s leading cloud-first solutions provider for corporate enterprise and public sector organisations. The company is headquartered in Newark-on-Trent and now employs over 350 team members.