Senior Labour MP Andy Burnham today officially opened the offices of fast-growing managed services and cloud computing firm Intrinsic Technology.
Burnham, who is also shadow health secretary, cut the ribbon outside Intrinsic’s state of the art new building at The Parks, Haydock, following a tour of the premises.
The office move caps off years of consistent growth for Intrinsic, with the business set to continue its impressive growth in the coming years.
The company also works extensively in the healthcare sector, carrying out numerous ICT projects to help improve efficiency of hospitals and NHS trusts across the country, something Burnham is strongly in favour of.
Adam Jarvis, CEO at Intrinsic Technology said: “It was an honour to have Andy with us to officially open our new offices. Our move here was an important step, and we’re in the perfect position now to really push on and expand further.”
Burnham said: “It’s always satisfying to see businesses in the North West enjoy such success on a national scale, and I take great pride in opening Intrinsic’s new offices as it looks to build on its recent growth.
“I congratulate Adam and the team for the great work they continue to do, particularly in improving ICT in the healthcare sector, and wish them the very best for the future.”
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