Reseller Central Telecom has strengthened their presence in the City with the launch of a new hi-tech facility to service their clients from London and the south.
The company, which already has offices in Burton on Trent and Guildford, has expanded its City operation with the relocation from its existing offices on Cannon Street to a new purpose-designed facility on King Street.
The company says the expansion will enable Central to provide the ultimate in customer service and response to its existing City-based customers and make it ideally placed to capitalise on new and emerging business opportunities from London and the home counties.
Sales, pre-sales and engineering staff will be based at the new facility, which features a 30 person briefing centre, a multi-vendor demo suite, test and pre-stage facility and a dedicated source maintenance store.
It will also house Central’s disaster recovery data centre, which includes back-up domain servers, exchange and Great Plains Server, so that in the event of a disaster at the company’s headquarters in Burton, work can continue as normal.
The company have recently staged a number of seminars and events at the new offices to give existing and potential customers the opportunity to take a tour of the new facilities and meet Central’s new City team and key personnel from Avaya, one of Central’s principal business partners.
Julie White, marketing director at Central, commented: “Central Telecom is one of the UK’s leading integrated communications specialists and our decision to open the new City office reinforces our commitment to remaining at the forefront of what is a hugely competitive industry.”