Cirrus granted Royal Warrant

Cirrus has announced it has been granted a Royal Warrant, joining the ranks of innovative businesses to be given the seal of approval by Lord Chamberlain’s office.

The company, founded by Jason Roos in 2013, has been recognised for supporting the Royal Household by providing innovative contact centre technology solutions to the Royal Collection Trust.

The issuing of a Royal Warrant dates back to the 15th Century and is awarded to businesses that regularly supply goods or services to the Royal Household. Around 800 companies in the UK have a Royal Warrant, including BT, Samsung, Sony and Xerox.

Jason Roos, founder and CEO of Cirrus, said, “We consider it a great privilege to serve the Royal Household. To be granted a Royal Warrant is a great honour for everyone associated with Cirrus and is a fitting reward for the dedication of our amazing people.

“It’s fantastic to be recognised for the consistent hard work that we have put into developing a solution to overcome the many problems that have existed in the contact centre space. To display the Royal Warrant, something that has been proudly worn by businesses for 500 years, is extremely humbling.”

Cirrus serves many organisations within the public sector, including the FCA, Electoral Commission and Birmingham City Council.

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